Economy: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said a US-Iran war would be a ‘disaster’ and questioned the sanity of those who recommend conflicts

Economy: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said a…

Economy: Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan believes a conflict between the United States and Iran would be a "disaster."The ripple effects of such a decision would be felt around the world, particularly by developing countries."There's…

Coronavirus could force the Fed to cut rates sooner than expected

Coronavirus could force the Fed to cut rates…

The probability of the U.S. Federal Reserve issuing another rate interest rate cut is increasing, economists say, and the spread of the coronavirus may speed up that decision.According to the CME Group’s Fedwatch Tool, which…

Citi sees oil plunging as much as $18 on Coronavirus fears

Citi sees oil plunging as much as $18…

Public health officials still haven’t been able to determine what kind of impact the coronavirus will have globally and it’s clear by how they’re trading that investors are struggling to do the same.On Monday, the…

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the…

Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty ImagesHere's what you need to know before the markets open. 1. SoftBank's profits nosedived 99% last quarter. Here's why its stock went up 12%. Investors cared more about a federal judge ruling in…

A new PwC survey unveiled at Davos found CEOs are the most pessimistic they’ve ever been about the economy. The firm’s global chairman breaks down 4 big reasons why.

A new PwC survey unveiled at Davos found…

AP Images / Markus Schreiber The opening day of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland featured the release of PwC's latest CEO survey.It found that CEO pessimism about global growth is currently…

S.Korea Jan exports fall for 14th straight month, virus threat looms

S.Korea Jan exports fall for 14th straight month,…

SEOUL — South Korean exports suffered a sharper contraction in January, falling for a 14th straight month as worsening sentiment over the new coronavirus and the effect from fewer working days outweighed improving global demand…