Ford and others are making models sold globally that include features intended to appeal to Chinese tastes.
04/20/14 - 11:33 AM EDT
Natural gas, energy infrastructure, oil equipment, "fracking," energy production -- sub-sector energy ETFs have been rocketing higher. How long can it last?
04/18/14 - 06:00 AM EDT
Talisman Energy is selling non-core assets and investing heavily in Colombia and Southeast Asia, as it targets double-digit liquids volume growth.
04/17/14 - 02:06 PM EDT
Coca-Cola is working hard to diversify and tap into emerging markets as demand in North America is flat.
04/16/14 - 10:58 AM EDT
Google has purchased drone company Titan Aerospace. The move is part of Google's push to spread Internet access around the world, especially to underdeveloped regions.
04/15/14 - 12:23 PM EDT
Investors on StockTwits.com say gold charts and the real story behind Chinese demand will cause the yellow metal to continue to soften.
04/15/14 - 11:23 AM EDT
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Shares of Coca-Cola are climbing on Tuesday after the company reports better-than-expected quarterly revenue on strong sales out of China. Case volumes in China rise 12% in the quarter, offsetting a drop in Europe and flat volumes in North America. Earningsare 44 cents a share, excluding items, in line with analysts' estimates, according to Thomson Reuters. Revenue fallsl 4% to $10.58 billion, narrowly beating analysts' estimates of revenue of $10.55 billion.
04/15/14 - 11:07 AM EDT
Nervousness about the political turmoil in Ukraine and the Chinese growth outlook push European stock indices lower, with the DAX sustaining heavy losses after disappointing domestic data.
04/15/14 - 07:45 AM EDT
In a sharp decline from last year's consensus, a Chinese investment bank says refined oil demand will rise only 0.3% this year although gasoline sales will continue to climb.
04/15/14 - 06:00 AM EDT
Microsoft has ended security and support for the outdated XP system worldwide. The harsh reaction in China points to heavy local dependence on XP, which is cheaper than newer operating systems. Because of its market size, the country can get results by protesting against a multinational corporation -- particularly one with ambitions to grow.
04/14/14 - 08:45 AM EDT
Regulators say mutual stock market access is coming to China and Hong Kong. They said the same thing in 2007.
04/11/14 - 06:00 AM EDT
Despite investor protests, a state-controlled but money-bleeding oil shipper is expected to delist from the Shanghai stock exchange.
04/08/14 - 08:09 AM EDT