Riot police continue to use tear gas against the protestors in Instanbul, reports CNBC's Seema Mody; and Ed Conard, American Enterprise Institute, discuss what Steve Cohen and his team at SAC Capital can do amid charges.
In some ways, it's easier to explain what the last few days' protests in Turkey are not about, rather than what they are.
Turkish markets tumble as protesters unsettle investors, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
There are riots in Turkey as the party in power there try to overhaul the country's constitutuion, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
One expert explains what sparked Turkey's protests and warns of the need for strict reforms.
Sell in May? They certainly did in emerging markets. But unlike in the old adage, they are likely to sell in June and July too.
Fuat Keyman, professor of international relations at Sabanci University, discusses the wave of unrest spreading across Turkey and what its economic implications are.
Virginie Maisonneuve, head of global and international equities at Schroders, tells CNBC that they are watching the Turkish deficit closely as the oil price could have a big impact.
Tens of thousands took to Turkey's streets last night, in the biggest demonstrations in the country for years. Yousef Gamal El-Din has more.
There is no favorable outcome in Syria at this point—only the least unfavorable—and even that will not likely be dictated by Washington.
Can an olive oil shortage present a glut of opportunity? It depends on how you manage your business.
Bob Turner, Turner Investment Partners, explains why he is bullish on Turkey, Indonesia, Mexico and the Philippines.
President Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan hold a news conference on the progress towards peace in the Middle East, and agreements reached on trade and security.
Russia is set for 10 years of anemic growth, according to economists, who said the slowdown is predominantly due to low investment and structural factors.
Poland is forecast to grow in line with crisis-mired Ireland this year, as euro zone woes hit Eastern Europe.
Andrew Stevens, Group CEO at Commercial Bank, talks to CNBC about their plans to buy a 70.8 percent stake in Turkish lender, Alternatif Bank.
Trains and ferries were canceled and hospital staff walked off the job in Greece on Wednesday as workers marked May Day with a strike against harsh austerity required by the country's foreign lenders.
Gazi Ercel, former governor of the Turkish central bank, tells CNBC that there have been no concrete results of central bank action.
Rotana CEO Selim El-Zyr says the time has not come for Rotana to go public or to establish its brand in developed countries, as it should first focus on consolidating its regional leadership.
Julian Mayo, CIO of Charlemagne Capital UK, says Russia is looking increasingly attractive due to its growing consumer market, high yielding companies and weak domestic investing base.