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The Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Indicator rose to 113.1 in November from 109.7 in October, which was a record low.
Though schools and underground transportation reopened on Wednesday, businesses in the Belgian capital of Brussels are still hurting.
The U.S. State Department issued a "worldwide travel alert" late on Monday, in the latest security red flag for global tourism.
The author of financial best-seller "Rich Dad Poor Dad" has some unusual advice for millennials: Saving is for losers.
The pay gap for women probably will not follow the World Economic Forum projection.
Junior doctors in the U.K. are set to strike next month, which could see thousands of operations and appointments delayed or canceled.
Malaysia's markets have taken a beating, and one opposition politician believes the country could now face a financial crisis.
Women are finding paths to launching more businesses in industrialized and developing nations, according to a new report.
Argentinians will head to the polls again on Sunday, in a 2nd round of voting that will likely see the pro-business opposition trump the incumbent socialists.
A worsening terrorist threat in Western Europe could eventually hamper economic growth in the region, S&P said on Thursday.
The Fed seems intent on raising rates in December, says Ron Insana. That could leave some players exposed when the tide goes out, says Ron Insana.
The slide in copper has fueled fears of a stagnating global economy, but the red metal’s track record in diagnosing economic health looks shaky.
U.S. conditions may be ripe for a December rate, but the global economy is on shaky ground, EY's global chair and CEO told CNBC.
China's home prices edged up a tad in October, posting the first on-year gains in more than a year.
Don't worry about a global recession in the near future, Nouriel Roubini said.
Hong Kong's unrest may be prompting globe-trotting millionaires to locate to Singapore instead, as the cities each strive to be Asia's financial hub.
Indonesia's central bank may hold the line on interest rates despite soft inflation and lagging economic growth, analysts say.
The leaders of the world's largest economies stuck to a goal of lifting their collective output by an extra 2 percent by 2018.
If history is any guide, France is unlikely to see long-term economic effects after the terrorist attacks in Paris. But history isn't always right.
Given everything going on in the world, it would be absolutely crazy for the Fed to raise rates now, says Ron Insana.