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A key climate change conference in Paris is set to go ahead in less than two weeks — despite security concerns after Friday's terrorist attacks.
Here’s the real reason oil crashed, and why it could rebound in a big way in 2016, says Steve Kopits.
APEC kicked off its annual meeting with plans to think small, including finding ways to ensure small businesses benefit from trade deals.
Asian markets will start the week digesting the deadly terror attacks that struck France on Friday, with regional stocks expected to take a hit.
After the first hike, will the Fed's path of future hikes really be gradual?
Beijing has pushed for the yuan to join the basket as part of its long-term strategic goal of reducing dependence on the dollar.
U.S. tech firms may have cause to celebrate the Trans-Pacific Partnership's language, but another major sector may be concerned.
One central bank has some frightening predictions when it comes to job stability in the future.
What does Ireland share in common with the Nordic countries? The answer: They may be the least vulnerable to climate change in the world.
If China's old economy doesn't find its footing, metals demand could take another hit, Goldman Sachs said.
The global economy risks protracted “sub-par growth,” the IMF warned on Thursday, as economists continue slicing their forecasts.
The bad news has piled on Petrobras over the last 12 months and Thursday evening's results will likely provide little relief for the oil giant.
The prime minister's been ousted and the country faces either further elections or an unstable left-wing coalition.
Wall Street looked set for a higher open on Wednesday, with trade seen quiet due to Veterans Day in the U.S. and Armistice Day in most of Europe.
Exports to China via London’s Heathrow Airport doubled in the year to July, showing the importance of the world’s second-biggest economy.
These two asset classes are showing troubling signs of a bubble, says Ron Insana. That could mean a top is near for stocks, too.
Moody's, the influential ratings agency, added its voice to a clamor of gloomy economic forecasts about the next couple of years.
U.S. stock index futures crept lower early on Tuesday, following Asian and European shares downwards, after a weak close on Wall Street on Monday.
Saudi Arabia has decided to tap international bond markets for the first time, in a sign of the damage lower oil prices are inflicting on its public finances, the Financial Times reports.
Goldman Sachs is shutting down its BRIC fund. We take a look at other emerging markets funds and how they've performed since the Recession.