The "lower for longer" oil price mantra is doomed, one oil analyst told CNBC Tuesday.
Russia is preparing to welcome leaders and executives from the world of business and economics but this year's St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) comes at a time when its international relations are more unstable than ever.
The Chinese Finance Ministry announced Tuesday that auto tariffs for some cars will be cut to 15 percent, while some auto parts will see tariffs cut to 6 percent.
Oil prices have climbed, but whether or not that rise will continue for longer could be doubtful.
European markets were mixed Tuesday, amid an easing of pressure on Italian markets and a fresh batch of earnings.
The US has raised tariffs on steel from Vietnam that Washington says originated in China.
People who eat an egg just about every day may have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke than individuals who don't eat eggs at all, a large Chinese study suggests.
Italy's Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega party have reportedly agreed on who the next prime minister should be.
Ending the U.S. military presence in South Korea would boost China's goal of minimizing America's influence in Asia.
Indians are discovering a quick — though super-expensive — route around the long wait for an American permanent residency.
Sony has reached an agreement with Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
Crypto investor Brian Kelly makes the case for bitcoin cash.
The U.S. assessed that the longest test flight lasted just more than two minutes, sources tell CNBC.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said a "painful pressure campaign" was used to bring North Korea to the negotiating table.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow insists the Chinese phone maker won't go unpunished.
Mike Pompeo ripped into Iran during his first major speech as secretary of State.
Concern over Tesla's ability to generate profits on the Model 3 is overblown, according to Berenberg.
Triumphant tones coming from the White House over the weekend are inconsequential, Moody's chief economist said Monday.
An incoming populist government in Italy may no longer be looking to ditch the euro currency, but this risk cannot be totally ruled out, one analyst told CNBC Monday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin puts a positive face on U.S.-China trade negotiations.
The U.S. is almost certainly preparing to impose targeted crude sanctions against Venezuela, analysts told CNBC Monday.
European leaders have been scrambling to save the Iranian nuclear deal after the Donald Trump administration announced its withdrawal on May 8.
Stocks close higher as trade tensions between the U.S. and China dissipated for the moment.
The chief of budget airline Ryanair said Monday he fully expects some of his European rivals to file for bankruptcy over the coming months.
Airlines are having to shell out more for jet fuel, just ahead of the busy summer travel season.
The US and China have agreed to drop their tariff threats on billions of dollars worth of each country's goods
B. Riley FBR's Art Hogan suggests the small cap stock win streak is just starting.
Bruno Le Maire referred to EU rules going back to 1996 which he said could allow the EU to intervene.
China and the U.S. have mutually agreed to "substantially reduce" the yawning trade imbalance.
The move is likely to further fuel concerns about Beijing's expansive claims over the disputed region.
Oprah Winfrey, Elton John, George Clooney, Serena Williams and David and Victoria Beckham were among those in attendance.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is poised to win re-election on Sunday, despite widespread anger over the country's economic crisis.
Italy's two populist parties are set to raise concerns for the EU.
The Floating Island Project want to build 300 homes on an island that runs under its own governance.
A ministry spokesman said that the claims were not true while speaking at a daily news briefing about the ongoing trade talks between the world's two largest economies, according to Reuters.
Chinese officials are currently in Washington negotiating on trade with the Trump administration.
Muqtada al-Sadr is in the rare position of opposing both the U.S. and Iran, his win reflecting the demand for an Iraqi state run by Iraqis.
The U.K. logistics firm is betting Americans will make the switch to online grocery shopping.
One area of progress would be regarding the types of goods U.S. could sell to China, said a former Chinese minister.