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.
Polls increasingly favor the United Kingdom's exit from the EU, which would clobber the nation's economy and currency. Here is how to make a quick killing from that potential folly.
Japan's negative interest rate policy was an inflection point for markets, signaling that central bank stimulus won't be effective going forward.
China’s relaxation of rules on historically restricted foreign investors reflects panic in Beijing about capital markets and slowing economic growth.
As market panic sets in, more assets are confirming a new downtrend.
Financial markets seem to be reacting negatively to yesterday's testimony of the Federal Reserve in front of Congress, but the concern over world financial leadership seems deeper.
The collapse of Chesapeake Energy's (CHK) shares speaks volumes about the current state of financial markets.
A strong yen, alongside rising gold mining stocks are a confirmation of the new bear market.
The call for capital controls in China is just a short-term fix and won't suffice for the long term.
Should you care about a massive currency devaluation half a world away? Yes, you absolutely should.
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
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.
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.
Devaluation jitters around the world have ETF investors scrambling to hedge their foreign-exchange bets, and BlackRock, WisdomTree and Deutsche Bank are obliging them.
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.
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