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Starling Jet is billed as the world's first hybrid-electric business aircraft that can take off and land like a helicopter.
Credit Suisse is defending the VelocityShares Daily Inverse VIX Short-Term ETN, as experts question the logic behind such securities.
European stocks were higher on Wednesday, as markets worldwide attempted to shake off the major volatility seen in recent sessions.
The Toulouse-based company said it predicted sales of over 1,000 aircraft in Asia over the next 20 years.
Martin Gilbert, the co-CEO of multi-billion dollar fund Standard Life Aberdeen, says investors should calm down and believes the recent fall in stock markets is just a long overdue correction.
"Synchronized global growth" is a story that still rings true despite a worldwide sell-off in stocks, analysts and investors said.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said Tuesday that global economic recovery is broadening across sectors.
The U.S. tax changes added to the euphoria in markets, leaving many ill-prepared for inflation upswing, says Bank J. Safra Sarasin.
South Korea's national spy agency reportedly said it was possible North Korean hackers stole $520 million in digital coins from Coincheck.
Last week's equities plunge is not a cause for fear — in fact, it's an opportunity to buy, some investment analysts are saying amid global sell-off.
The prospects of improving relations in Northeast Asia are going from bad to worse, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The growing cost of airport infrastructure poses risks to the airline industry's profitability and growth.
China launches an inquiry into imports of sorghum from the U.S. after Trump tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was showing "disdain" for Beijing approach to Latin America, China's Global Times said.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 fell more than 2 percent in morning trade as markets in Australia, Hong Kong and South Korea also sold off.
The U.S. dollar, traditionally a haven in times of turmoil, is hovering near multi-year lows and could see even more downside this year.
China's power may pass that of the U.S. if the government focuses on "twentieth-century" issues, according to Ian Bremmer.
South Korea is not sure if North Korean athletes will be eligible for Olympics perks because of U.N. Security Council sanctions, said an organizer.
The Chinese yuan is used in a just a tiny percentage of global payments, according to Swift data.
British Prime Minister Theresa May traveled to China with a 50-strong business delegation.
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