Roger Stone, a longtime ally and confidant of President Trump, was convicted of lying to Congress about efforts to get information on emails stolen by Russian agents from Hillary Clinton's campaign chief.
President Donald Trump and Sec. of State Mike Pompeo both said this week the U.S. government is "looking at" banning popular social media app TikTok.
Emerging markets investor Mark Mobius detailed what he's seeing around the world on "Closing Bell."
Investors will get a chance to buy Chinese stocks at lower levels, says Matt Maley of Miller Tabak.
20% of the UAE's majority-expat population is Pakistani, providing one of its largest sources of foreign labor.
TikTok, which is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, flagged earlier this week it would be exiting Hong Kong "in light of recent events," referencing the national security law passed at the end of June.
The Trump administration has likened China's mass detention of more than 1 million Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang to the worst human rights abuses since the Holocaust, NBC News reports.
With health-care systems in countries already under strain as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Southeast Asian nations are grappling with yet another infectious disease outbreak: dengue fever.
Allianz Global Investors' Mona Mahajan sees a major shift in the market.
Luxury brands are turning to mainland China from Hong Kong — even shutting stores in the city — as firms take advantage of new policies from Beijing.
Michelle Wang was supposed to start her doctorate program in physics at Emory University this August. A recent announcement by the Trump administration has her afraid she might have to return to China instead.
American and United Airlines have extended suspensions of service to Hong Kong due to new testing
TikTok's latest transparency report shows that it took down 49 million videos for content violations from July 2019 to December 2019.
U.S. regulators have long sought more transparency from Chinese companies with shares trading on U.S. exchanges.
Gold is traditionally used as a hedge against inflation and prices typically move higher as economic conditions deteriorate.
The change at the helm of the WTO comes at a time when many question the future of the organization as an advocate for international trade.
China's top two foreign ministers kept to a conciliatory tone this week in public remarks about relations with the U.S., amid increasingly fraught tensions between the world's two largest economies.
The Australian government has advised its citizens not to travel to Hong Kong, due to uncertainties surrounding the new national security law there.
Short video-sharing app Chingari crossed 10 million downloads on the Android Play Store in under a month.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper is encouraging investors to diversify abroad.