Netflix will tap debt markets for the second time this year with a $2 billion higher-interest bond offering as the streaming video service looks for more money to buy new content and stay ahead of the competition. Conway G. Gittens reports.
The S&P 500 and Dow slipped in choppy trading following losses in energy and financial stocks, and as caution grew ahead of a slew of earnings this week. Roselle Chen reports.
The United Nations say the pomegranate - which was exported in huge quantities before the war - could help the Yemeni economy pick up in the midst of conflict. Saskia O'Donoghue reports
European shares gained on Monday amid relief over Italy’s budget, following rallies in Asia after China promised to provide stimulus to stabilise its economy and offset the impact of U.S. tariffs. Laura Frykberg reports.
Businesses and government figures are avoiding Saudi Arabia following the disappearance of a dissident journalist. But the potential rewards of doing business in the country are such that it probably won't be shunned for long. Matthew Larotonda reports
Four members of legendary group New Edition - Bobby Brown and Bell Biv DeVoe, now calling themselves RBRM - talk touring together again after more than 30 years in the business. (Oct. 20)
Chris Brown traveled hours daily to visit his son in juvenile detention and said, "It cost me my job. And what money that I had coming in went into the gas tank and went into things that he needed."
The U.S. government on Friday charged a Russian national with playing a key financial role in a Kremlin-backed plan to conduct "information warfare" against the United States. Nathan Frandino reports.
A new brewery in London's financial centre is testing a different way to price beer, aimed at attracting traders after a bad day in the office. Laura Frykberg reports.
China's economic growth cooled to its weakest quarterly pace since the global financial crisis, with regulators moving quickly to calm nervous investors as a years-long campaign to tackle debt risks and the trade war with the United States began to bite. Francis Maguire reports.
The London Stock Exchange tightened its grip on derivatives clearing on Friday in a sign of growing confidence that the threat of losing chunks of business to European Union rivals after Brexit was receding. David Pollard reports.
Highlights of this day in history: British surrender at Yorktown decides American Revolution; Stock market crash hits Wall Street in late 1980s; Napoleon's forces begin retreat from Moscow; Concorde makes first landing in New York. (Oct. 19)
European shares opened slightly higher on Thursday as a flurry of corporate trading updates somewhat quelled fears of fast-rising U.S. interest rates amid ongoing concerns the Sino-U.S. trade conflict could escalate and hurt the global economy. David Pollard reports.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is criticizing President Trump's handling of the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying Trump should be a leader, not someone "who makes excuses to countries because of a financial deal." (Oct. 17)
The U.S. topped the World Economic Forum's annual global competitiveness survey for the first time since the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Fred Katayama reports.
U.S. President Donald Trump heaped more criticism on the Federal Reserve in an interview with Fox Business Network on Tuesday, extending his discontent beyond its chairman, Jerome Powell, whom he has frequently critiqued in public. Yahaira Jacquez reports.
The U.S. Trade Representative's office told Congress on Tuesday it intends to open trade talks with the European Union, the United Kingdom and Japan. As Francis Maguire, it comes as Chinese exporters say they’re increasingly worried about the collateral damage the current trade war may have on the
British online fashion retailer ASOS said its potential was "huge" as it narrowly beat forecasts with a 28 percent jump in 2017-18 profit and maintained guidance for its new financial year and beyond. Francis Maguire reports
The president tweeted that he has no financial interests in Saudi Arabia, but the Saudis have invested in several major Trump projects.
Tuesday marks one year since journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in Malta. But it's unclear why the EU has been slow to respond to one of her most explosive claims, even as their American counterparts put a man behind bars on suspected money laundering and evading sanctions on Iran
German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros on Tuesday for violations tied to six- and eight-cylinder diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. As Sonia Legg reports, news of the fine followed comments from Volkswagen's CEO
The chief executives of HSBC, Standard Chartered and Credit Suisse have pulled out of a high profile conference in Saudi Arabia next week, the latest business leaders to abandon the event amid widespread concern about the fate of a journalist. Francis Maguire reports
China's factory-gate inflation cooled for a third straight month amid ebbing domestic demand, pointing to more pressure on the world's second biggest economy as it remains locked in an intensifying trade war with the US. As David Pollard reports, new data also shows Germany's economic outlook
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West met with Uganda's president during a visit to the East African nation, giving 74-year-old Yoweri Musaveni a pair of white sneakers. They talked about children, the economy and tourism. (Oct. 15)
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to go ahead with an increase in the national sales tax in October next year despite fears it could damage the economy. Francis Maguire reports