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By: Lawrence Carrel, special to CNBC.com
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China's private fund industry is growing rapidly as the country's wealthy increasingly turn toward money managers.
Central banks are experimenting with their own versions of cryptocurrency. Experts weigh in on how this will shape the market's future.
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The chance of a stock market correction is now 70%, according to Vanguard, which is 30% higher than normal.
President Emmanuel Macron wants to see a boom in French technology start-ups. If he doesn't succeed, its economy may be left behind.
Vanguard says investors should expect a return of 4 percent to 6 percent on stocks, its most cautious outlook in the post-crisis period.
The market's hyper focus on bitcoin is causing investors to miss a much better long-term bet on global transformation: renewable energy.
Chinese traders on the Shanghai Futures Exchange are increasingly influencing the price for copper rather than on the London Metal Exchange.
Norway's trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund is proposing to drop oil and gas companies from its benchmark index.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass says foreign investors are readying to pour billions into Greece in a variety of sectors in 2018.
Since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's reelection, Japanese equities have surged to their highest level in 25 years.
Amazon is moving to dominate the Middle East by buying Souq and doubling down on Amazon Web Services with new centers in Bahrain.
Dubai is turning into a center for blockchain innovation. The brainchild of the movement is Crown Prince Shaikh Al Maktoum.
The Trump administration has made inroads into China's booming market for natural gas and could look to cement them during a trip to Asia.
Trump's first official visit to China will feature plenty of pomp, ceremony and corporate deals — and little progress on North Korea.
With sanctions and rhetoric, Trump may be pushing North Korea and Iran closer together, heightening the prospect of a nuclear crisis.
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