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Growth in euro zone business activity surged in February to its highest level in almost six years, according to the latest survey of the services and manufacturing sectors by IHS Markit.
In an industrial park in Jiaxing, China, CNBC went to find a factory in which Wilbur Ross had invested.
During a visit to Singapore, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that his country was pursuing greater ties across Asia.
As the U.K. prepares to trigger Article 50, many companies are still in wait-and-see mode to see how the process will impact the economy.
Many Venezuelans have seen their weight plummet during the country's recent economic and political crises, according to ENCOVI 2016.
Exactly a year ago former British Prime Minister David Cameron officially announced that Britain would hold its EU referendum vote on June 23.
Japan's move to put the kibosh on karoshi, or 'death by overwork,' by addressing excessive overtime may hit growth, Deutsche Bank said.
The dollar finished the week just barely positive, and some strategists see the greenback heading lower as political uncertainty mounts.
South Africa, once a standout emerging market, is caught in the middle of a political hurricane that's adding to a downward economic spiral.
Jim Cramer suspects that companies are using the greatness of globalization to steal market share.
China should be more worried than the U.S. is about the latest developments around North Korea, analysts say.
France's left-wing is gearing up for what promises to be a tough presidential campaign against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
A handful of family-controlled companies dominate economic life in South Korea, New York Times reports.
Bitcoin trading volumes have shrunk. Now digital currency traders are looking to more volatile alternatives to make returns.
The supposed stability being portrayed in China's recent economic reports doesn't look so rosy in the scope of the big picture.
"We offer ‘A Day Without A Woman’,” the Women’s March organizers wrote in an Instagram post.
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