Russia’s push to increase oil production came independently of tweets by certain political leaders, the country’s oil minister said Saturday during the OPEC summit in Vienna.
Country analysts are calling it the closest contest in years, as new constitutional rules, a more united opposition and a growing desire for change challenge Erdogan's long-held popularity.
Ankara will take ownership of two F-35 Joint Strike Fighters from the Pentagon's top weapons supplier on Thursday.
The Saudi equity market will now represent 2.6 percent of the MSCI index, which in total is worth $1.9 billion, meaning the Saudi market's weight will be around $45 billion.
CNBC talks to American veterans of the Korean War, whose intervention in the 1950s enabled South Korea to become a democratic and open country.
India is the world's third-largest oil consumer, and sources about 86 percent of its crude oil and 75 percent of its natural gas from OPEC countries.
A market correction is inevitable even without trade war fears, according to the Burnbrae Group chairman.
Escalating trade tariffs between the world's two largest economies and an ongoing currency sell-off will keep pressure on the bank's policy makers.
And it could pop sooner than many expect, Centricus Asset Management Fund Manager Ralph Jainz said Monday.
The Central American nation of 6 million has been rocked by popular protests and state-level violence since mid-April.
Knowing what consumers will want in future is a dream for business, especially in a disruptive environment, says PepsiCo
Martin Sorrell has explained WPP's succession plan following his resignation as CEO
Ahrendts admitted to doubts about the retail VP opportunity at Apple when she was running fashion label Burberry
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Fast Money trader Tim Seymour says even though the global market fundamentals are good, it feels as if investors are in a "shoot first, ask questions later" mindset.
Peter Boockvar of Bleakley Advisory Group says you'll be able to see the impact of US trade disputes with other countries in data such as the trade deficit and industrial production.
Simon Derrick of BNY Mellon says the consensus currency trade is that the dollar is going higher, but the reality is much different.