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China's once-in-five-years Communist Party Congress is about politics rather than economics, but investors are still reading the tea leaves.
Analysts said its obvious what India's troubled banks most need — but it's unlikely the government will give it.
President Trump risks alienating moderates in Iran with the power to help effect peaceful change, one analyst says.
The president reportedly told the widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, killed in Niger, that her husband "knew what he was signing up for."
Marc "Dr. Doom" Faber has launched a racially charged diatribe, alleging that the U.S. is great primarily because it is ruled by white people.
Users also reported that they were not able to change profile pictures on Tencent-owned WeChat.
Qatar's finance minister says the blockade of countries isolating Qatar are bullying and disrespectful.
U.S. start-up MegaBots challenged Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industries to a robot versus robot duel two years ago.
The LAPD signed off on a year-long test of drones on Tuesday, becoming the largest police department in the U.S. to deploy the technology.
Former presidential strategist Steve Bannon doubled down on his criticism of the GOP establishment at a Tuesday night fundraiser for a challenger to Arizona's incumbent Sen. Jeff Flake.
Boeing Co said that Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets could still be hit with high US import duties, even if they are assembled in Alabama.
China is holding a once-every-five-years meeting this week that is expected to usher in a new era of leadership.
Qudian is offering 37.5 million American Depository Shares with a float price range of $19-$22 per ADS.
The company has now seen its revenue decline for 22 quarters in a row.
Blockchain Capital, a San Francisco-based venture firm that invests in crypto projects, filed to raise two separate $75 million funds.
The Canadian dollar and Mexican peso reversed losses and jumped against the dollar after trade officials said they were extending talks.
Jim Cramer says the market's bearishness on consumer staples stocks suggests that Wall Street is confident about the future.
President Donald Trump appeared to endorse the deal, but the White House walked back his support soon after.
California's largest electric utility company has seen its stock drop nearly 18 percent since Oct. 9.