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In Super Wednesday's central bank double-header, the Federal Reserve's show may be an afterthought to the Bank of Japan's performance.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe defended his country’s economic initiatives before a group of investors and executives in New York.
Fortunately, the number of piracy incidents has seen a steep decline in recent years and are at their lowest levels since the late 1990s.
Nigeria's finance minister hinted on Monday that the country's government might opt for asset sales next year to boost the public coffers as the economy struggles.
Politicians have been bought off by big corporations, demonstrators said in Berlin, and that's why they push so hard for free trade agreements.
The drubbing at the polls received by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party over the weekend reflects Europeans’ growing distain for their established political parties.
Major oil explorers have changed the way they approach searching for new reserves, leading to improved returns, even at lower prices, according to a new report.
Commission announces investigations into a new Polish tax on retailers and Luxembourg's dealings with French electric utility Engie.
U.S.-led coalition forces bombed Syrian troops near Deir al-Zor airport, putting new strains on an already shaky ceasefire.
Slightly better growth and liberalization lifted Hong Kong and Singapore over the U.S. as the most free economies, according to a new ranking.
China's U.S. Treasury holdings sank in July to their lowest since early 2013, official data showed on Friday.
Hundreds of thousands of Germans took to the streets Saturday to protest a trade deal that President Obama has made a key priority.
Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote told CNBC that a wave of asset selling by the government could be the best way to boost Nigeria's recession-hit economy.
Aleppo blockaded by Syrian government forces, while aid delivery is a crucial test of US-Russian deal.
Read the full transcript of billionaires Marc Lasry and Barry Sternlicht tackling the big issues of the day at Delivering Alpha, hosted by CNBC.
Central banks are running nothing short of a "Ponzi scheme" by printing infinite amounts of cash and cutting interest rates to record lows, an analyst told CNBC.
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