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The system, known as the Terminal High Altitude Area Device, or THAAD, is designed to defend South Korea and Japan from missile attack.
The European banking sector has seen enough worries in the last few years but analysts say it is still a tough road ahead.
Progress on fiscal reforms could prompt S&P to return Indonesia's credit rating to investment grade this year, economists and fund managers told CNBC.
Passive investing has been a mantra for years. But now, stock pickers are hot again, says Debra Silversmith.
Sorely needed — and promised — spending on U.S. infrastructure could mean foreign companies take a slice of the pie.
China Central Television made the allegations in an annual program that airs on World Consumer Rights Day.
Countries spurned by China have decided they've had enough, and are heading to places like Southeast and South Asia to turn their fortunes around.
Ireland's political leader Enda Kenny welcomes U.S. investments, despite Trump's pro-America push.
Markets have priced in a lot of upside potential for the U.S. but not yet for Europe, BlackRock's vice chairman told CNBC on Wednesday.
Germany, the host of the meeting, will stress the importance of global free trade in a document separate from the group's main communique.
Most major Japanese companies offered the lowest hike in base pay in four years on Wednesday, a setback for the "Abenomics" campaign.
Stronger than expected fourth quarter growth in Singapore led economists to upgrade their 2017 projections for the city state, an official survey showed.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang stressed the need for healthy Sino-U.S. relations and reiterated the domestic economy's stability on Wednesday.
Deborah Kay Elms, executive director at the Asian Trade Centre, told CNBC that the TPP could work without the U.S.
Under the agreement, new taxes will be imposed but public workers will be spared from furloughs for now, New York Times reports.
Nearly three in ten bankers are worried about the negative consequences for them if they raised concerns to their managers, according to an industry survey.
“This referendum that the SNP are now wanting - or are expecting to have - really doesn’t help the negotiations,” Baroness Verma told CNBC.
Pirates hijacked an oil tanker off the coast of Somalia on Monday, the first successful hijacking of a commercial ship since 2012.
Indian shares rose Tuesday after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party won a landslide electoral victory.
In Somalia, counterfeit currency is a serious problem.
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