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S&P Global Ratings downgraded China's long-term sovereign credit rating by one notch on Thursday to A+ from AA-, citing increasing risks from the country's rapid build-up of credit.
It's not just security lapses that need patching in the U.S. credit reporting system, experts told CNBC.
Companies with energy interests in disputed areas of the waterway could face harassment from China if they don't meet Beijing's demands.
India wants to deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees amid concerns of terror threats, a move that could impact New Delhi's superpower aims.
The Bank of Japan is likely to end its two-day rate review on Thursday with no change in monetary policy.
A baggage handler at Singapore's Changi Airport swapped tags on hundreds of bags, sending the luggage to the wrong destinations.
Start-ups are opting for private investment rounds over public markets, but one fund manager says he knows the solution.
Both the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields spiked following big news out of the Federal Reserve.
Uber has also notified the U.S. authorities about payments made by staff to police officers in Indonesia, a source told Reuters.
The long-term battle on trade between the U.S. and China shows no sign of ending as a war of words ensued this week between the two.
Taizo Son, founder and CEO at VC firm Mistletoe, says initial coin offerings will be a major way to raise funds.
197 Fortune Global 500 companies tap Huawei for success in new ICT era
The ultra-wealthy are allocating more of their money to equities and less to hedge funds and real estate, a survey found.
London tech firm TransferWise's "borderless" accounts allow businesses to hold money in many currencies, which could mean big savings.
The move comes after Reuters previously reported that Toshiba was considering selling the business to a group backed by Western Digital.
A technical glitch caused Amazon.com to email some customers erroneously that they had received a gift, the company said on Tuesday.
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The market is on the cusp off quarterly earnings, says Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist, Charles Schwab.
Alejandro Barbajosa, VP crude Middle East and Asia Pacific, Argus Media, says crude oil prices between $50 to $60 a barrel are good for OPEC and U.S. shale drillers.
Japan PM Abe has worked well behind the scenes to build the case for stronger UN economic sanctions on North Korea, says Stephen Nagy, senior associate professor, International Christian University.