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Investors are paying close attention to recent developments out of Russia, China and Cuba. Michelle Caruso Cabrera explains why.
Finance chiefs from the group of 20 leading economies met in Turkey and vowed to take action to bolster global economic growth.
President Obama met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to find common ground on some divisive issues.
A radical leftist was elected as the new Prime Minister of Greece, which is setting the stage for a showdown with the nation’s biggest lenders.
Greece has a new government, led by left-wing, anti-austerity Syriza – an event that has heightened fears about the country’s economic future and relationship with the other 18 countries that use the euro. Syriza, led by Alexis Tsipras, have agreed to go into coalition with the Independent Greeks – a right-wing, anti-bailout party led by …
Eamon Javers reports from Cuba where talks kicked off between U.S. and Cuban officials, aimed at normalizing relations and opening up commerce.
The European Central Bank announced a massive stimulus program to get the struggling eurozone economy growing again.
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi announced the launch of an open-ended, expanded monthly 60 billion euro ($70 billion) private and public bond-buying program on Thursday. The long-anticipated introduction of euro zone government bond purchases will bring the ECB’s buying program into line with the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE). The program will …
Eamon Javers tells us about a historic meeting in Cuba as a U.S. delegation arrives in the country to re-establish diplomatic and economic ties.
Growth in China is the slowest it’s been in 24 years and that may not be a good thing for the vulnerable global economy.
Millions of workers around the world could enter retirement with savings diminished by a fifth or more after getting into debt or financial difficulty, HSBC warned in a new report. According to the bank, the impact of the global economic downturn could be felt for decades by the vast number of people who raided their …
Stock and currency markets are still grappling with Thursday’s surprise move by the Swiss National Bank to unhinge its currency from the euro.
Toronto, one of the leading financial centers of the world, is feeling the impact of tumbling oil prices.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagard said Thursday the Swiss central bank’s announcement that it would remove a 3-year-old cap of 1.20 francs per euro was “a bit of a surprise.” The IMF managing director, who spoke with CNBC from the organization’s headquarters in Washington, said she had not been warned about the move ahead …
The Swiss National Bank (SNB) stunned markets on Thursday, when it scrapped its three-year-old peg of 1.20 Swiss francs per euro. In a chaotic few minutes after the central bank’s announcement, the Swiss franc soared by around 30 percent in value against the euro. The franc broke past parity against the euro to trade at …