Global markets stabilized after skidding a day earlier, though investors were on edge ahead of a vote on U.S. health care that could be a barometer for future Trump administration policies.
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the Chinese auto maker that owns Volvo Cars, has withdrawn its planned bid for a majority stake in Malaysian car maker Proton, Geely President An Conghui said.
Rep. Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, ignited a new battle over President Donald Trump’s claims that he was spied on by the Obama administration, saying that U.S.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has been hurt by massive losses at its offshore projects.
A suspected Islamist terrorist mowed down scores of pedestrians on a crowded bridge before crashing his car into railings near Parliament and stabbing a policeman, leaving four dead in an attack that struck at the heart of British democracy.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch stressed his independence and parried nearly every substantive question hurled at him during a lengthy confirmation hearing Tuesday in which he appeared to avoid any missteps.
Meitu, maker of selfie apps in China, beats Snap once Chinese traders step in.
Saudi Arabia is losing its grip on big oil markets it once dominated amid a deep production cut that has reshaped global petroleum trade routes and benefited rivals like Iran, Russia and the U.S.
Stock markets pulled back as in early Asian trade on Wednesday following declines in stocks, the dollar and bond yields overnight, as investors re-evaluated their optimism around the ‘Trump trade.’
U.S. authorities intend to file criminal charges against financier Jho Low in connection with a scandal at Malaysia’s 1MDB state development fund, according to people familiar with the matter. Mr.
AT&T and Verizon Communications pulled much of their advertising from Google over concerns that their ads may have run alongside controversial videos, extending the financial impact of a controversy.
U.S. activist investor Elliott Management has emerged as a key player in a $24 billion, trans-Atlantic standoff between Akzo Nobel and PPG Industries, two of the world’s oldest industrial companies.
Beijing dismissed reports it will build on Scarborough Shoal, an outcrop in the South China Sea that is also claimed by the Philippines, after a Chinese mayor triggered alarm in Manila by raising the prospect.
Federal prosecutors are building cases that would accuse North Korea of directing the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York last year, according to people familiar with the matter.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, facing complaints over his unusual plan to skip a formal meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organization foreign ministers in April, moved to reassure allies by suggesting alternative dates for the meeting, the State Department said.
European Union and Japan’s leaders vowed to fast-track negotiations to ink a trade pact as soon as this year, seeking to counter U.S. protectionism while boosting exports to bolster tepid growth in their economies.
High-speed trading gained notoriety after Michael Lewis’s 2014 book “Flash Boys.” These days, the industry is struggling with another problem: It is having trouble making money.
President Donald Trump urged wavering House Republicans to support proposed health-care legislation, saying Republicans risk losing seats in 2018 if they don’t repeal the Affordable Care Act, lawmakers said.
Conflicts-of-interest concerns arising from Jared Kushner’s White House role are complicating his family’s push to convert its Manhattan office and retail property into a soaring 1,400-foot skyscraper.
North Korea attempted to fire a missile from its east coast on Wednesday morning, but the missile apparently exploded within seconds of launch, U.S. and South Korean officials said, days after the isolated country claimed a breakthrough with a high-thrust rocket engine.
Tencent Holdings warned it faces stiff competition in maintaining rapid growth of its core gaming and content businesses, despite notching a surge in quarterly revenue as the Chinese internet giant continues to expand abroad.
China’s Sinopec said it plans to buy a controlling stake in Chevron’s South Africa assets for roughly $900 million, as the state-owned refining giant looks to spread its global reach.
The People’s Bank of China’s multiple mandates—keeping risk in check, the government’s top economic priority, and steadying the yuan without triggering a cash crunch and stifling growth—are becoming harder to juggle.
Chinese soccer fans are tapping nationalistic anger against Seoul to deride the visiting South Korean national team, ahead of a match that China must win to keep alive its fading bid to reach the next World Cup.
U.S. and Belgian officials have grown increasingly concerned about the prospect that a key figure behind the 2016 Brussels bombings is plotting a new terror attack, according to people briefed on the investigation.
The U.S. and Britain banned passengers from carrying most electronics larger than a cellphone into the cabin on flights from a handful of countries in the Middle East and North Africa, responding to what American officials described as a terrorist threat to global aviation.
A botched software update that snarled trading in hundreds of securities in the New York Stock Exchange’s Arca platform has renewed worries about fragility in U.S. markets.
A shoe manufacturer in China’s factory belt is scouting for a location in the U.S. for its newest machinery as manufacturing trends shift in America’s favor. One problem: a lack of skilled U.S.
Chinese officials are casting themselves to top American executives as champions of globalization at a time when the U.S. is expected to retreat from free trade under the Trump administration.
A late-day trading glitch at the New York Stock Exchange’s Arca platform has affected at least $150 billion worth of exchange-traded funds, including the world’s largest gold ETF, according to a person familiar with the matter.