Meng must surrender her passports, wear a GPS tracking device, and be accompanied by security detail whenever she leaves her residence.
Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China, two sources said on Tuesday.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on U.K. members of parliament pushing back against Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to delay a key vote in the Brexit deal.
Carlos Ghosn, the ousted chairman of Nissan, has filed a complaint against a Japanese court decision to extend his detention. He faces allegations of financial misconduct and is being held in a Tokyo jail.
The U.S. Senate plans a vote on Yemen this week, and not everyone in Washington is happy about it.
The ban of some iPhone models, announced earlier Monday, follows a request for injunction by Qualcomm.
Indian central bank governor Urjit Patel resigned on Monday citing "personal reasons", a statement issued by the RBI said.
China's foreign ministry called in the U.S. ambassador on Sunday to lodge a "strong protest" over the arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's chief financial officer.
Warner, vice chairman of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, is slated to discuss the need for a U.S. cyber doctrine in the face of growing threats from traditional cyber attacks and information operations.
With the number of people displaced worldwide due to conflict and persecution currently standing at 68.5 million, some start-ups are trying to find innovative ways to help.
Theresa May needs 320 lawmakers to agree with her plan to leave the European Union.
Major oil producers have reached a preliminary deal to cut oil production and boost the market, following two days of grueling negotiations.
The move is strategic for Europe, given its desire to be closer to key negotiations affecting stability in the region. Kuwait and the EU see eye-to-eye on issues such as Iraq's reconstruction and the Qatar blockade.
Iran is refusing to cut its oil production at the latest OPEC meeting, saying it is a "red line" for the Islamic Republic.
Dubai-based mobile payments platform Beam will expand into seven new markets next year, seeking international growth in the increasingly competitive and fragmented payments sector.
OPEC has reportedly agreed to cut oil production, but the cartel is not releasing details of the deal until it reaches an agreement with allied producers including Russia.
Oil markets are deeply concerned about the power President Donald Trump has over some of the world's largest crude producers, energy analysts told CNBC on Wednesday, ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC members.
U.S. President Donald Trump has taken another swipe on Twitter at his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron prompted by Macron's woes over violent protests against fuel taxes.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said "if someday, the United States decides to block Iran's oil [exports], no oil will be exported from the Persian Gulf."
The trade truce between the U.S. and China is only a 90-day reprieve, a former trade representative has told CNBC.
This year, there have been 37 initial public offerings by Chinese companies in the U.S., raising a total of $9.2 billion, according to law firm Baker McKenzie. That's nearly double last year's 20 IPOs which raised $3.6 billion.
The bank sees Brent crude at $70 a barrel in 2019, saying OPEC's cuts are "sufficient" to support prices.
The agency tasked with clearing and settlement for the financial markets is warning that "pockets of weakness" are starting to emerge across the financial system.
Gold prices were steady early on Wednesday, supported by expectations of fewer rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve next year, while palladium traded at a premium to gold.
Oil prices climbed by more than 1 percent on Wednesday, lifted by expectations that an OPEC-led supply cut announced last week for 2019 would stabilise markets as well as hopes that long-running Sino-American trade tensions could ease.
The dollar index versus a basket of six major currencies stood at 97.420 after rising overnight to 97.545, its highest since Nov. 13.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks with Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist with BNY Mellon, about the impact Brexit uncertainty is having on England's currency.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced tax cuts and wage rises on Monday in a bid to placate anti-government protesters, but the move will create tensions with the European Commission.
Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted there is still "widespread and deep concern" about the nature of the Irish border post-Brexit, with less than four months to go before the country is scheduled to leave the bloc.
The United States is pushing its allies to shut out Chinese tech giant Huawei for 5G networks on national security worries, a Eurasia Group expert says.
The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
A Chinese state-run newspaper has lashed out at Canada over the arrest of a top Huawei executive, saying it is bowing to pressure from the United States.