China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 6.8 percent on-year in the fourth quarter, slightly beating expectations.
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As Donald Trump prepares to take the oath of office Friday, the future of his ever-present Android smartphone is now a matter of national security.
Here's a research note Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank, sent to clients this week.
Wall Street may be expecting too much from Donald Trump's inauguration speech, and it's his actions that may count more.
Hundreds rallied outside the National Press Club, where the event billed as DeploraBall, was being held.
George Soros thinks President-elect Donald Trump will fail — and that will be just fine with the billionaire investor.
Thiel has not confirmed the appointment but, according to the newspaper, the announcement could take place within days.
Vladimir Putin could make a 'windfall' if the President-elect lets his 'emotions' get in the way, Hermitage Capital's CEO told CNBC.
Christian Ulbrich, CEO of JLL, said the Brexit decision caused "uncertainty" but he sees 2017 showing a rebound in London.
The euro clearing houses that trade from London could only remain in the city after Brexit if the new framework is "strong enough."
Janet Yellen said on Thursday that the U.S. central bank should continue to raise rates slowly to keep jobs plentiful and inflation low.
Boeing aircraft and U.S. soybeans may be among U.S. goods targeted by China if trade tensions escalate and Beijing retaliates.
Bill Gates says governments and private organizations need to make "substantial investments" to prepare for a bioterrorism attack.
As Macy's closes up shop at more than 60 U.S. locations, one off-price chain stands to gain the most from its contraction.
Global consulting firm Deloitte has some soothing news for those worried about the economic fallout in Asia from possible trade war.
North Asia will be hit the hardest when U.S. president-elect Trump follows through on his promises on trade, said Goldman Sachs.
Rising cement prices were signaling China’s economic growth will remain stable, said Mo Ji, chief economist for Asia ex-Japan at Amundi.