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The Wall Street Journal reports that some of the largest hedge funds on Wall Street are stacking up bets against the yuan.
As a rough January for stocks comes to an end, BMO Private Bank's CIO Jack Ablin sees a few reasons to be optimistic.
U.S. travelers heading north of the border will find everything cheaper, thanks to a falling Canadian currency.
Weak growth proves the Fed did make a mistake with its December bump up in interest rates, Jon Najarian writes.
China's leaders are set to target 6.5-7 percent economic growth this year, sources familiar with their thinking said, using a range for the first time.
The Fed totally misread the economic situation and now it's freaking out about all the market volatility, says Larry Kudlow.
The newest driverless cars for London have been revealed, but the technology isn't coming from the likes of Google or a leading car manufacturer.
Russia's central bank kept interest rates steady on Friday, as expected after a month that saw oil prices sink and the ruble drop to record lows.
Malaysia’s long-running political scandal is weighing on the economy and may lead to a ratings downgrade, Oxford Economics said.
The Fed hasn't taken rate hikes off the table, but it's likely to be cautious before the U.S. presidential election, Fed ex-Governor Robert Heller said.
The Fed may say it's bent on more rate hikes this year, but it's more likely it will cut instead, warned Austan Goolsbee, a former adviser to Obama.
The Fed needs to continue tightening, says a former Fed official. Delaying decisions will not make the path any easier.
Tim Cook said Apple is experiencing "extreme conditions unlike anything we have experienced" in many markets.
Sales growth of properties in China will tumble this year as a result of slowing economic expansion and developers' high debt levels, Moody's has said.
HIV/AIDS could completely eliminated if "we did the right thing", according to the chief executive of RED.
Consumer sentiment nudged up in China in January, helped by an improvement in the outlook for personal finances, a survey showed Wednesday.
The Fed is in a very weird place right now. Here's what Ron Insana thinks policy makers could say in their statement this week.
The World Bank has cut its price forecast for 80% of the world's major commodities as oversupply and weaker EM growth prospects weigh on demand.
Is a banking crisis brewing in this Asian nation's giant economy? Moody's studied the problem to see how it could affect U.S. institutions.
China's stocks have tumbled since the start of 2016 but they still aren't looking attractive, according to Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management.