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A controversial Hong Kong politician who advocates independence called for the U.S. to open a new front in its trade war with China. Analysts say it is unlikely to happen — even accounting for Trump's willingness to break longstanding norms.
A Chinese delegation will travel to the United States for trade talks in late August, China's Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.
Analysts say the company has a proven track record of dealing with Chinese regulatory authorities and will likely get approval for its games eventually.
Among the unintended consequences from President Donald Trump's trade war is that it could cause the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of its interest rate hikes, but for the wrong reasons.
Turkey needs to commit to sound economic policies in order to ensure stability and reduce imbalances at a time of market volatility, an IMF spokesperson said.
A librarian from Utah used city resources to make in-app purchases in Game of War, the Herald Journal reported.
Delivering his first-ever address to parliament on Tuesday, Australian Senator Fraser Anning advocated a return to the "White Australia" policy, which existed in the country for most of the 1900s before being abolished in 1973.
The dollar has been strengthening so much that some market pros are wondering when the White House will start tweeting about it.
Emerging markets and banks are among the biggest casualties in the recent decline of the Turkish lira, but there will be some winners in the economic crisis as well.
Stocks still rank low on the popularity list for Chinese investors, while private funds are playing a larger role in the country's asset management market — which many predict will soon become the world's second largest.
U.S. stocks fell sharply on Wednesday as declines in tech shares and Macy's dampened investor sentiment. Equities also followed overseas stocks lower.
Amazon is speaking to insurers about whether they could contribute products to the price comparison site, Reuters reported.
As Sino-American trade tensions escalate, Beijing could use Chinese cybersecurity standards as a weapon against Washington's tariffs.
We hear it all the time: To get ahead at work, find a mentor. But just how do you go about that?
A sustained upswing in U.S. shale growth is likely to offset global production problems over the coming months, energy analysts told CNBC on Wednesday.
New Zealand's government on Wednesday passed legislation that allows only New Zealand residents to buy homes.
Manafort is charged with 18 counts lodged by prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, which is investigating Russia's attack on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The release of the order would conclude a contentious process that's lasted more than six months in which multiple federal agencies and offices raised concerns about the potential purview of the order.
Scientists predict that the rest of 2018 through 2022 may be warmer than expected around the world as human-caused global warming and natural factors combine to heat the planet, USA Today reports.