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Chris Low from FTN Financial talks about the possibility of a US interest rate hike
Bolivian government says high level minister has been beaten to death by striking miners
The high price of the EpiPen causes controversy
The days of India being known as the world's hub for surrogacy may soon be over.
South Africa's finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, is reportedly facing imminent arrest.
Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading reflects on a low volume, low volatility day on US markets
US presidential candidate Donald Trump has reworked his campaign team again.
Peter Jankovskis of Oakbrook Investments witnessed a flat day on the Dow, with oil down
The Olympics in Brazil have drawn to a close, as people look to Tokyo who host in 2020
Renzi, Merkel and Hollande gather for a tripartite meeting on an island near Naples
Fri 19 Aug 2016
London's underground service has started running 24 hours a day
There were protests before they began. So did the Olympics benefit Brazil?
Thu 18 Aug 2016
The US has announced it is phasing out the federal use of private prisons
Arrest warrants have been issued for one-hundred-and eighty seven business people.
Wed 17 Aug 2016
The Federal Reserve's July minutes suggest a rate increase could be in store
Myanmar's leader could face tough questions over a highly contested Chinese dam project.
Tue 16 Aug 2016
Mark Kepner of Themis Trading discusses the action on Wall Street, where the Dow dropped
The mining giant is hit by the commodities slump and a deadly mining disaster in Brazil
Mon 15 Aug 2016
Giri Cherukurim, Head Trader and Portfolio Manager at Oakbrook Investments on US markets
The world's fastest man has done it again, but is his main sponsor failing to cash in?
Amnesty International reports on housing conditions for workers at Marikana mine
Fri 12 Aug 2016
After a week of record highs on the US markets, things slowed down a tad today.
Remember the Eurozone crisis? It hasn't gone away.
Thu 11 Aug 2016
Hillary Clinton outlines her vision for the US economy.
Australia follows Britain in expressing security concerns over Chinese investment.
Wed 10 Aug 2016
Investors in the US are betting against one of the world's biggest companies.
Facebook has declared war on popular software that stops you seeing adverts.
Tue 9 Aug 2016
It was a quiet day on Wall Street but worries over the US economy persist.
China warns row over UK nuclear plant threatens their relationship.
Mon 8 Aug 2016
Trump economic speech analysis with Neil Irvine of the New York Times.
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