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Video: Here's How Global Stocks Can Boost Your Portfolio

Video: Here's How Global Stocks Can Boost Your Portfolio

For investors seeking a diversified portfolio, look no further than overseas stocks.

Bitcoin Today: Prices Sink to One-Month Low as Bid to $10,000 Falters

Bitcoin Today: Prices Sink to One-Month Low as Bid to $10,000 Falters

Bitcoin prices fell close to $8,000 Friday. Here's what you need to know.

Square Shares Shake Off Concerns About PayPal's Deal for iZettle

Square Shares Shake Off Concerns About PayPal's Deal for iZettle

While PayPal's acquisition of iZettle was not the best news for Square, it could have been worse.

Allergan's Meury Talks Market Expansion in Aesthetics

Allergan's Meury Talks Market Expansion in Aesthetics

The chief commercial officer's appearance at a Bank of America healthcare conference came a day after Allergan competitor Evolus said it had received a complete response letter regarding its application for Botox rival DWP-450.

20 Top Stocks From Around the World With an Average 25% Upside Potential

20 Top Stocks From Around the World With an Average 25% Upside Potential

In this market, picking the right stocks is paramount. Here is a tidy list of top ideas from the strategy team at HSBC.

Trump's Trade Policy Sparks Confusion as ZTE Gets Support, European Firms Get Threats

Trump's Trade Policy Sparks Confusion as ZTE Gets Support, European Firms Get Threats

President Donald Trump pressured U.S. officials to ease restrictions on China's ZTE Corp. just as his National Security Adviser appeared to threaten European companies doing business with Iran with potential sanctions.

Mylan First-Quarter Revenue Misses Estimate Amid Lower Sales of Branded Product

Mylan First-Quarter Revenue Misses Estimate Amid Lower Sales of Branded Product

The EpiPen maker saw a 19% drop in North America net sales due in part to lower sales of branded products.

Former Greece Finance Minister: Stop Listening to Economic 'Experts'

Former Greece Finance Minister: Stop Listening to Economic 'Experts'

Greece's former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is on a mission to teach young people about economics.

Italian Stocks, Bonds Sink as Election Talk Intensifies Amid Political Chaos

Italian Stocks, Bonds Sink as Election Talk Intensifies Amid Political Chaos

Italy may head to the polls again this summer, following an indecisive election in March, after the biggest parties in Europe's third-largest economy have failed for form a workable government.

Greece's Former Finance Minister: ECB Stress Tests Are 'Fraudulent'

Greece's Former Finance Minister: ECB Stress Tests Are 'Fraudulent'

Greece's former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis views the European Central Bank's stress tests, which Greek banks just passed, as 'fraudulent.'