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Dubbed as the “definition of adventure” by its pilots, CNBC takes a look back at some of Solar Impulse 2’s most noteworthy moments.
Japan aims a lot of firepower at keeping its currency weak, but a stronger yen might be just what it really needs, said Saxo Bank's CIO Steen Jakobsen.
Brazil and Argentina are seeing similar upswings in their markets, but Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma says Brazil is an "ugly" investment.
The Bank of Japan is considering specific steps for expanding monetary stimulus to address signs of weakness in inflation.
Prime Minister Theresa May said that while Britain remains in the EU, it will continue to focus on security and furthering a single market.
European banks have not been in the best of their health for a long time. But will they be able to face the outcome of the ECB stress tests due on Friday?
With the U.K. set to leave the EU in the next few years, some businesses may wish to move elsewhere. But can they bet on a warm welcome?
Citi has forecast a “gradual shift towards helicopter money” by advanced economies, as countries struggle to boost growth and inflation in uncertain geopolitical climes.
Abe's promise of a hefty fiscal stimulus package has effectively forced the BOJ to come up with matching monetary ammunition on Friday.
The U.K. economy grew by 0.6 percent in the second-quarter of the year, quarter-on-quarter, according to the first official estimate out since the country's Brexit vote stunned global markets.
Gibraltar has engaged in talks with the government of Scotland in the hope that a post-Brexit U.K. can be "re-defined."
At the end of a lackluster second quarter, David Einhorn's $9 billion stock fund Greenlight Capital saw major gains from its positions in gold.
The build-up to South America's inaugural Olympic Games on August 5 has been more than a little rocky.
Britain is at risk of heading into a recession unless something is done to soften its exit from the EU, Chase's Anthony Chan says.
The US just tried to get Microsoft to give up data stored in Ireland. Here's why that's a dangerous request, says Paul Rosenzweig, a senior advisor to the Chertoff Group.
German business morale fell in July, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting company executives in Europe's largest economy have become less optimistic.
The Philippines' new president holds his first security council meeting Monday, and The Hague's ruling will be top of the agenda.
The world's leading economies will step up efforts to lift global economic growth and share the benefits more broadly.
It is too early to buy Turkish assets, despite the rout, Renaissance Capital said on Friday. Instead, it advocated investors look at Russia.
Britain's economy is shrinking, the broadest survey of business confidence since last month's historic vote to quit the EU showed.
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