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While the U.S. economy chugs along, the recovery from the recession remains among the weakest in the last six decades.
Battered banks are sending Europe’s markets into meltdown. However despite the turmoil, analysts believe there are some pockets of value.
Valdis Dombrovskis said there was no need to be particularly concerned about the volatility seen in recent weeks in the European banking sector.
Negative interest rates ARE feasible but there are some serious risks, explains Notre Dame Professor Eric Sims.
Is the increase in volatility a prelude to a bigger fall in markets? If so, how can investors protect themselves from such a scenario?
The head of Rosneft floated the idea of an output cut by oil-producing countries to prop up sagging prices but fell short of saying whether Moscow take part.
Here are the countries that are most resilient to the impact of oil prices—and those hit hardest.
Rumors spread across Cuba that the Cuban Adjustment Act may come to an end, prompting a flood of Cubans to the United States.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi's Chris Rupkey tells CNBC the market downturns are not justified by economic fundamentals, and should not stall the Fed.
CNBC takes a look at the leading suspects behind this year's roller-coaster ride for markets.
Goldman, like its Wall Street peers, is grappling with low interest rates and strict regulations that have curbed profits.
The trend of middle-age men spending cash on fast cars and big bikes isn’t likely to end, Matt Levatich, CEO of Harley-Davidson told CNBC.
CEOs are gloomy across the globe, according to the latest economic sentiment survey from the Young Presidents' Organization.
U.S. sovereign bond prices fell in fickle trade ahead of Tuesday's close.
U.S. futures fell amid a slew of earnings releases, while oil and global growth concerns weighed on investors.
India, the world's third largest economy, said it expanded by 7.3 percent in the last quarter vs. 6.8 percent for China.
Obama's oil tax plan doesn't add up. Even the president seems confused about what he wants, says energy adviser Steven Kopits.
Following the furor around bad loans, the head of one of Italy's biggest banks said now could be the time to buy Italian real estate and Europe's bank stocks.
Russia is exploring international bond issuance for the first time since the war in Ukraine sparked sanctions from the west.
Markets are bracing themselves for the prospect of a calamitous debt default in Venezuela, which may be worse than Argentina's 2001 crisis.