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The IMF now projects a 3.5 percent growth rate worldwide for 2019 and 3.6 percent for 2020.
An ad from McDonald's Taiwan that sparked a row about whether it showed support for the country's independence from China has been withdrawn. The commercial showed a student's exam admission ticket stating her nationality as Taiwanese.
The European Union's dilly-dallying on trade and investment issues with China is incomprehensible, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Hong Kong's once world-beating port needs to raise its game or risk falling further behind competitors in Shanghai, Singapore and elsewhere, industry experts say.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 index sank around a quarter percent on Monday, with most sectors and major bourses in the red.
Tax cuts in China could be the center of Beijing's fiscal fight against an economic slowdown amid an ongoing trade spat with the U.S., experts said.
China on Monday reported that there were 15.23 million births in 2018 — the lowest since 1961 when 11.87 million births were reported, according to data on financial services firm Wind Info.
In just a few years, mobile pay has become so ingrained in the lives of Chinese people that they are driving stores in overseas tourist destinations to adopt the technology.
China posted highly anticipated growth figures for 2018 on Monday amid a trade dispute with the U.S., its largest trading partner.
Sunday marks two years since President Donald Trump took office and promised to put "America first."
Markets rallied on news that China would increase its imports of U.S. goods to balance the trade deficit, which led many to speculate that U.S.-China trade tensions might be easing. Three experts weigh in on how it affected markets, and how investors should react.
Mike Allen, co-founder of Axios, and James Pethokoukis, a policy analyst at the American Enterprise Institute, join CNBC's "Power Lunch" to break down the politics surrounding the government shutdown and a potential China trade deal.
Anthony Roth, CIO of Wilmington Trust, and CNBC contributor Ron Insana discuss Wall Street's win-streak with CNBC's "Power Lunch" team.
President Trump's unpopularity overseas may have cut American exports by at least $3 billion, according to a UC, Berkeley study.
Joyce Chang, chair of global research at J.P. Morgan, discusses what's affecting the markets with CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team.
Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council under Clinton and Obama, and Doug Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum president and former CBO director