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The 2017 global stock market rally is showing signs of fatigue and a 10 percent correction in U.S. equities looks imminent, experts say.
China took steps to rein in micro-lenders in the government's latest crackdown on internet finance, sending shares of U.S.-listed firms into a tailspin.
North Korea on Wednesday denounced U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to relist it as a state sponsor of terrorism.
Stock prices in Asia still have room to run even though the increase may not match that seen in 2017, BlackRock says.
China has been injecting a lot of cash into its market, as Beijing walks a line between curbing debt and keeping the economy stable.
Saad al-Hariri returned to Beirut Tuesday for the first time since he resigned as prime minister.
The former head of China's powerful internet regulator is under investigation for suspected corruption, the ruling party said Tuesday.
Asia markets traded higher across the board, taking cues from Wall Street overnight, while the dollar fell against a basket of currencies.
The U.S. department of Treasury announced Tuesday new sanctions meant to curb North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been illegally employing students to work overtime to assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reports.
Beijing says it will stop illegal capital from moving into real estate.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared the end of the so-called Islamic State militant group Tuesday.
Washington's designation of North Korea as a terrorist state sends mixed messages about the commitment to diplomacy, experts said.
India's fiscal deficit is expected to be larger than the official target of 3.2 percent to GDP this fiscal year.
SoftBank's investment in Uber opens up the possibility of combining it with other ride-hailing assets the Japanese group owns, industry sources say.
The net neutrality rules prevent internet service providers from meddling with the speed and accessibility of digital content.
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Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at King's College London, says there is little in the latest UK budget to suggest a productivity turnaround.
Dan Scott, executive director at Bank Vontobel, says the political risks in Europe include elections, but don't outweigh strong fundamentals.
Manpreet Gill, head of FICC investment strategy at Standard Chartered Private Bank, says market fundamentals are solid, so a correction would likely come from an external shock.