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U.K. finance secretary Philip Hammond has said the government would take into account the needs of the financial services when it negotiates Brexit.
Chinese leaders are holding a secretive meeting now as Xi Jinping sets out to consolidate power and enforce his stance against graft.
With copper down 54% from 2011 peaks, and the metal's reputation as an economic harbinger, is there a U.S. recession coming?
After years of negotiations, a partnership between the European Union and Canada is in danger of never seeing the light of day.
Large banks with a presence in the UK feel the country’s government is not fully receptive to the financial services sector in the wake of Brexit.
If Belgium cannot break a deadlock over the European Union's landmark free deal with Canada by Monday night, EU leaders will consider canceling a signing ceremony.
Despite a tumultuous year, Turkey's economy is weathering the storm, and some investors still see value despite credit downgrades.
In order to end the flow of conflict diamonds, jewelry makers are jumping on a new trend of "ethically sourced" jewels.
The Belgian region of Wallonia rejected new amendments to a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement on Thursday.
Observers have been drawing parallels between China today and Japan in the late 1980s – just before its "lost decade".
No matter who wins the election, the United States must not become isolationist, former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CNBC.
China's economy has managed a curiously singular feat for any country: Growing a steady rate of 6.7 percent for three quarters in a row.
The world's second-largest economy grew 6.7 percent on-year during the July-September quarter, unchanged from the previous period.
Chinese investors could lift Nigeria’s ailing economy, but not necessarily through investment in the country’s vulnerable oil industry.
President Duterte will be attempting to navigate a territorial conflict while luring investments from the mainland during a four-day visit to China.
Commodities king Dennis Gartman sees opportunity for investors in this specific commodity.
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