IEA chief Fatih Birol said on Sunday that oil prices may have bottomed, providing that the health of the global economy does not pose a concern. » Read More
Law enforcers have successfully taken down an illegal counterfeit operation printing out 100 euro notes in Bulgaria.
A majority of shareholders approved the executive pay packages at Credit Suisse on Friday, amid backlash from some investors.
Russian President Vladimir Putin could be forging a “personal” army to deal with rising domestic tensions according to some analysts.
Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem has told Greece that euro zone finance ministers will meet on May 9 to discuss its bailout, an official said.
A vote in the U.K. on June 23 on whether to leave the European Union may prompt the Fed to remain on hold during its meeting a week earlier.
The Bank of Japan became the latest central bank to throw markets a curveball, but what does it mean?
The slowdown in the U.S. economy at the start of 2016 could prompt the Fed to slow its move to raise interest rates.
If the GOP primary comes down to just a few hundred delegates, Carly Fiorina could move the needle for Ted Cruz, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Venezuela’s economic problems hit a new peak this week as rolling blackouts and a two-day working week were introduced to alleviate an energy crisis.
Emerging economies struggling with low commodity prices and a strong U.S. dollar could soon expect some reprieve, analysts say.
Ecuador has asked the IMF for aid after this month's massive earthquake killed hundreds of people and laid extra stress on the struggling economy.
Women influence almost 80 percent of car buying decisions, but only 16 percent make it to managerial positions in the automotive industry, EY says.
Head for the Alpine delights of Switzerland to enjoy its trademark chocolate and cuckoo clocks – and Europe's highest standard of living.
While the market buzzes about June, this former Dallas Fed official says a hike isn't likely until December. Here's why.
Draghi's appearance at Germany's Bundestag come at a time as tensions between the ECB and Germany have risen sharply.
Investors should stop the doom and gloom, says Debra Silversmith. Election year markets generally go higher.
The IMF lowered its growth forecasts for Latin America and the Caribbean on Wednesday, predicting a continued recession in the region in 2016.
Quitting the European Union would be a “tax” on the U.K. economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development warned on Wednesday.
It would be absurd for the Fed to raise rates now, says Stephen Kalayjian. Here's why.
One veteran strategist told CNBC that central banks’ adoption of negative rates was “meaningless” for the foreign exchange markets.
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