The European Union on Friday agreed to cap Russian oil prices at $60 a barrel, after several days of intense negotiations over an appropriate level.
Adrian Ballinger is the founder of Alpenglow Expeditions. He's been a climbing guide for 25 years and scaled the world's tallest mountains.
OPEC+, a group of 23 oil-producing nations led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, will convene on Sunday to decide on the next phase of production policy.
The United States has stepped up its heavy rhetoric against China, and wants Europe to follow suit. But the bloc can't quite afford to do the same.
Singapore has once again been ranked as the most expensive city to live in, sharing the top spot with New York City this year, according to the Economist EIU.
Hong Kong's economy has been battered by Beijing's prolonged zero-Covid policy that has shut out travelers from mainland China and dampened consumer confidence.
A total of 142,277 Tesla Model 3 and 292,855 Model Y vehicles could be affected by the issue in which a software defect stops the rear lights from illuminating.
Upcoming sanctions on Russian oil are set to be "really disruptive" for energy markets if European nations fail to set a cap on prices, analysts warned.
India is set to overtake Japan and Germany to become the world's third-largest economy, according to S&P Global and Morgan Stanley.
South Korea's SM Entertainment will be setting up its Southeast Asian headquarters in Singapore as part of its expansion plans in the region.
Investor confidence in the sector has been battered, but Paul Meeks says he's now "more bullish" than he was in recent months, though he remains selective.
The Swiss bank identified stocks in the MSCI Europe index that will do better than others when "China's growth rebounds and the country reopens its borders."
Fed rate hikes and worries about the economy could hobble stocks, but strategists say there's still a chance for a traditional December rally.
The sight of trenches, endless mud and mass destruction is reminiscent of World War I, but that's the reality in Ukraine today.
Chinese electric carmaker XPeng posted a wider than expected loss and its revenue missed expectations in the third quarter.
In the short term, supply chains will be largely unaffected since factories are still operating, a former advisor to the People's Bank of China said.
The move marks a realization that Tencent needs to find new sources of growth abroad as China's economy slows.
Apple's stock was a safe haven for the most of year, but its chart is now signaling weakness that could have implications for the broader stock market.
We do not live or work in China. As investors, we must not fall prey to the U.S. stock futures sellers who only care about what's happening there.
Foxconn is offering big bonuses to entice workers back to its Zhengzhou, China factory after labor unrest over a pay dispute saw employees walk out.