Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing's company has bought the London HQ of UBS for £1 billion.
Since launching quantitative easing in March 2015, the European Central Bank has bought trillions of euros worth of bonds.
With unemployment near historic lows, wage growth remains stubbornly low. Here are three ways to measure how much workers are taking home in their paychecks.
The Fed is trying to keep the economy in check as inflation creeps higher.
Jeff Gundlach, the legendary investor who called the subprime crisis, fears that Washington is spending its way to a "suicide mission."
A spike in the price of threatens to slow America's cruising economy and anger voters before the midterm election.
The head of Britain's top business lobby group says the country's car industry could be wiped out by Brexit.
Facing public pressure from a business-backed campaign, the Seattle City Council is expected to vote to repeal the 'Amazon tax,' which passed unanimously a month ago.
President Donald Trump had a chance to lower Canadian dairy tariffs when he became president, but he turned it down.
After the unprecedented summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, the array of international sanctions on North Korea is back in focus.
Here's why President Donald Trump's frequent complaints about German car imports are wide of the mark.
An SEC official has uncovered what he calls a disturbing trend.
A new law will force big UK companies to publish and justify their CEO-worker pay ratios from 2020.
Italy's top finance official Giovanni Tria says he's committed to reducing the country's enormous debt burden and won't inflate the budget deficit to boost growth.
Nuclear disarmament in North Korea could open up the world's most exotic frontier market to foreign investors.
State media were quick to highlight the contrast between the G7 chaos and a pro-trade message from China's own summit with India, Russia and other Asian countries.
The former Fed chief says Congress is stimulating the economy at the wrong time.
The Trump administration won't defend Obamacare in court. The move could hurt the sick and those with pre-existing conditions.
As global tensions over trade continue to escalate, here's some important context.