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Trump's tough talk on trade will have a major impact on U.S. exporters.
Pushback is emerging from conservative Republicans over President Trump's apparent support for the Export-Import Bank.
The U.K. is one of the lowest payers for tech talent, according to a report into global technology sector salaries.
Heightened French political risk and policy uncertainty are clouding a scheduled ratings review by Moody's, experts told CNBC.
Trump may have promoted his reputation as a deal maker, but the chances of landing a bilateral trade deal with Japan look slim, analysts said.
China's January exports easily exceeded analysts' expectations, rising 7.9 percent from a year earlier.
Cities are facing growing challenges, including congested roads and the need to supply energy for expanding populations.
European stocks are much cheaper than U.S. equities, and it may be worth looking past the political risks.
There is some big stuff happening outside the Trump bubble that investors should pay attention to, says Ron Insana.
OPEC members appear to be complying with agreed production cuts, but Saudi Arabia is overcompensating for some of its fellow oil producers.
Singapore planted a fresh flag to promote global trade as the wave of the future in its Future Economy report.
Economists may fret over how demonetization would hit India’s growth, but the subcontinent’s central bank is focused on its old foe, inflation.
Trump runs the U.S. like a family business leader with no knowledge or respect for any institutions or rules, an analyst told CNBC.
Less than half of the businesses in the U.S., U.K. and Germany are prepared to deal with cyber-attacks, a new report from Hiscox reveals.
An analysis of satellite images shows a new and larger missile-related facility.
The U.S. was the world's most confident region as measured by a quarterly survey of business leaders.
The RBA held interest rates steady on Tuesday, with the statement likely signaling the central bank will remain on hold for some time.
President Trump is "perceived by many to be a loose cannon," says one analyst, and that's expected to continue to be a positive for gold.
The president's tough stance against Mexico could make it easier for China to become the country's, and Latin America's, top trade partner.
Rival power designs about throwing Uncle Sam out of Asia just got more difficult.
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