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The recent gyrations in China's stock market will have limited direct impact on global investors.
The World Bank has upped its oil price forecast for 2015, but the marginal rebound in the price of Brent crude won't pull energy prices up.
China needs to take these three steps to restore its markets and investor confidence, says Curtis Chin.
Sub-Saharan Africa has been the darling of frontier market investors for several years. However, a combination of factors could see its appeal for investors wane.
Mainland China's heavy-handed intervention in its stock market damages the credibility of its broader efforts to become a more open market.
An Iran nuclear deal could mean a possible arms race in the Middle East——or improved relations between historic enemies, experts say.
Investors looking for clues on how the slightly weaker-than-expected June jobs report figures into the Fed's thinking should relax, market watcher Richard Bernstein tells CNBC.
São Paulo is experiencing a water crisis so bad that experts say it could impact business internationally.
How China's new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank can rival the West's World Bank, says Curtis Chin.
China will hold a 30.34 percent stake in the AIIB, making Beijing the largest shareholder that will project the country's growing soft power.
With the perception of China using the AIIB to push its political agenda, Japan is unlikely to join as of now.
Failure to move forward on a trade deal spearheaded by the U.S. will raise questions about American presidential leadership, Larry Summers tells CNBC.
Shilan Shah, India economist at Capital Economics, expects India's consumer prices to rise 4.8 percent on-year in May, adding that inflation remains comfortably within the central bank's target.
Franziska Ohnsorge, lead author of global economic prospects at the World Bank, talks about the challenges facing emerging markets.
Jim Yong Kim, president of World Bank, tells CNBC about the discussions on global terrorism and climate change held between world leaders at the Group of Seven (G-7) summit.
Jim Yong Kim, president of World Bank, says he's watching for "spillover effects" when it comes to Greece and urging those involved to come to an agreement.
Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank, says the institution has supported Ukraine and he's very impressed with the country's leaders.
The housing crash created a much larger share of renters, and these Americans are not enjoying the new wealth that now-rising home prices afford.
Eswar Prasad, senior professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University, says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank poses a "significant challenge" to the existing structure of global institutions.
Jim Rickards, chief global strategist at West Shore Funds, explains why the topic about including the yuan in SDR's basket could steal the limelight at upcoming IMF and World Bank meetings.