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Vladimir Putin brushed off the proposed sanctions as just one step in a long line of anti-Russian moves, Financial Times reports.
A financial crisis could be just around the corner, according to the chief executive of LVmH, who has described the global economic outlook as “scary”.
Australia added 42,000 jobs in May, flying past than the 10,000 jobs estimated, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
Donald Trump faces many of the same obstacles Theresa May did, writes Fred Bauer.
More than 2 billion people, accounting for one third of the world's population, are now overweight or obese a study has revealed.
A rare feud between Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his siblings has publicized the deep divisions weighing on the island-nation's first family
Economists raised their forecasts for Singapore's growth this year as they upgraded their views on manufacturing and bank lending.
The EU plans to give itself powers to move euro clearing business away from London's financial sector to the EU after Brexit, a source said.
The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 on Monday to win their second NBA championship in three seasons.
Singapore's unemployment rate in the first quarter was 2.2 percent, lower than the Manpower Ministry's preliminary estimate of 2.3 percent.
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn may have hit on the next big political fad, writes Breakingviews' Liam Proud.
The threat that tech giants will expand their tentacles into fund management as the use of tech within the industry rises has grown in the past year.
Qatar's finance minister told CNBC that other Gulf nations may suffer as a result of the region's diplomatic feud while stressing his country's resilience to any shocks.
Bitcoin traded above $3,000 for the first time on Sunday, continuing its massive surge.
An overlooked line in Mike Flynn's financial disclosure form revealed a plan with Russia to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East, Newsweek reports.
Voice of America cut short an interview with controversial billionaire Guo Wengui, who alleged corruption among senior Chinese officials.
Europe should take the high road on the UK's weak negotiating position, say Breakingviews' Neil Unmack & Olaf Storbeck.
Moon Jae-in's foreign policy moves are seen as threat to longstanding alliance, Financial Times reports.
Britain's election brings either higher corporation tax or more red tape for business, John Foley writes in Breakingviews.
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