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Counter terrorism efforts in Afghanistan are likely to be a major highlight of President Trump's address Monday evening.
As China's financial markets mature, major foreign financial firms increasingly want to tap the multitrillion-dollar institutional investor market there.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss Alibaba's epic run as investors double down on Chinese internet stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on shares of Fiat-Chrysler popping after reports the Chinese automaker Great Wall shows an interest in expanding beyond China.
Elevation Partners Co-Founder says you can't paint Trump as pro-business, but you can paint him as pro-"essentially white nationalist."
Terry Haines, Evercore ISI, and Ed Mills, FBR, weigh in on what's moving markets.
Barry Zekelman, Zekelman Industries CEO, weighs in on President Trump's trade agenda, specifically with China.
Losing the famous U.S. brand to China may not be acceptable to Washington.
Tom Mitchell of the Financial Times weighs in on a Conference Board report suggesting China has the most to lose from a trade war with the U.S.
Chinese real estate mogul Zhang Xin speaks about her organization SOHO China's scholarships to help young people study at leading universities across the globe.
China on Monday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" with the U.S. launch of an investigation into China's alleged theft of U.S. intellectual property.
China now has a list of what it considers the "right" kind of outbound investment as the government continues its crackdown on foreign spending.
Fewer U.S. soldiers are participating in drills with South Korea in what analysts call a strategic move to calm tensions with Pyongyang.
Huge sums of money are now subject to risks due to acute security issues and strategic conflicts in Asia, Michael Ivanovitch says.
A tense border standoff between India and China can be dealt with at the leadership level, says Sachin Chaturvedi, director general, Research and Information System for Developing Countries.