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On economic matters, would Hillary Clinton mirror her husband Bill's centrist outlook, or follow along the lines of Obama's more liberal initiatives? Clearly, she'd be different from Bernie Sanders.
02/02/16 - 12:18 PM EST
Continued globalization connected with a strong dollar can lead to some real economic disruptions as emerging countries take over others' businesses and industries. This cannot be allowed to dominate
02/01/16 - 11:49 AM EST
Beijing’s effort to stoke liquidity ahead of a major public holiday bares concerns about defaults and deeper worries about a longer-term economic crisis.
02/01/16 - 11:03 AM EST
U.S. officials, like those at the Fed, can do little in the current situation to lower the value of the dollar. The strong dollar is here to stay.
01/28/16 - 10:51 AM EST
Devaluation jitters around the world have ETF investors scrambling to hedge their foreign-exchange bets, and BlackRock, WisdomTree and Deutsche Bank are obliging them.
01/26/16 - 05:05 PM EST
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As world leaders and top business minds convene in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum, the outlook for the global economy remains uncertain.
01/21/16 - 02:57 PM EST
If China allows the yuan to weaken, as it's doing now, that helps manufacturers maximize profits from exports. But a weaker currency makes the cratering stock market even less attractive.
01/21/16 - 08:58 AM EST
The underlying fundamentals of the Chinese economy aren't that bad -- here's why you shouldn't panic.
01/20/16 - 11:48 AM EST
Financial market volatility will not come to an end without some major crisis because there are too many objections, primarily political, to possible solutions to the situation.
01/14/16 - 11:51 AM EST
Bonds and gold remain the 'safe haven' trades while oil continues lower and the dollar stays firm.
01/12/16 - 08:29 AM EST
Stocks Tumble, Gold Makes Comeback on China Worries
01/07/16 - 06:46 PM EST
The dollar-yen currency pair is crashing lower, signaling elevated volatility could remain.
01/07/16 - 11:02 AM EST