• By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    NEW HOME PRICES IN CHINA PICK UP

    New home prices in larger cities like Shenzhen might have declined, but they're still rising in smaller cities, says Alan Jin of Mizuho...

    Security, China, Asia
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    WHAT'S IN STORE FOR CHINA'S ECONOMY?

    Sian Fenner of Oxford Economics talks about what to expect from China's fourth quarter 2017 GDP data due on Thursday.

    Economy, Data, China
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    SOUTH KOREA IS CONSIDERING SHUTTING DOWN ALL VIRTUAL CURRENCY EXCHANGES, REGULATOR SAYS

    Choi Jong-ku, chief of the country's Financial Services Commission, announced the news on Thursday.

    Service, Currencies, Exchange, Currency, Services
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    DIGITAL CURRENCY PLUNGE MAY BE HEALTHY FOR CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET

    The cryptocurrency market rout may be the start of a washout that digital currency enthusiasts have been waiting for.

    Currencies, Marketing, Currency, Market
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    CRAMER REMAINS CONFIDENT ON MOST MAJOR BANKS AFTER EARNINGS

    Jim Cramer reiterated his bullishness on J.P. Morgan, Citigroup and Bank of America after their earnings reports.

    Banks, Bank
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    CRAMER REMIX: THE REAL ‘WILD CARD' BEHIND SOARING RETAIL REVENUES

    Jim Cramer detailed how ramped-up consumer spending is bolstering the retail sector beyond what tax reform can do.

    Taxes, Sector, Tax
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    AFTER-HOURS BUZZ: AA, PTC & MORE

    See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell Wednesday.

    Moving
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    UBS BECOMES MORE BULLISH ON US FED RATE PATH

    The Swiss bank UBS has updated its call on the number of rate hikes that the U.S. Federal Reserve will announce this year.

    Rate, Banks, Bank
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    UTILITIES, MINING BOOST US INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

    U.S. industrial production increased more than expected as unseasonably cold weather boosted demand for heating.

    Industry, Industries
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    INTERNATIONAL TOURISM IS BOOMING, BUT NOT TO THE US

    Travel- and retail-industry leaders are fretting about a decline in international visitors to the U.S.

    Travels, Industry, Travel, Industries
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    MESTER ADVOCATES FOR FED TO USE RULES-BASED APPROACH WHEN SETTING INTEREST RATES

    The Fed should follow rules to give the public a better understanding of its actions, Fed official Loretta Mester said.

    Actions, Rate, Action
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    BITCOIN TESTS IMPORTANT PRICE LEVEL AFTER DRAMATIC PLUNGE

    While bitcoin may look like it will continue to crash and burn, its chart suggests it could be trying to find at least a temporary...

  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    STOCK MARKET'S RAPID JANUARY RISE HAS ALREADY SURPASSED MANY FULL-YEAR FORECASTS FROM WALL STREET

    The S&P 500 has risen so quickly this month that it has already topped or matched some Wall Street 2018 targets, collected in CNBC's...

    Market, Marketing
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    RIPPLE CO-FOUNDER LOSES $44 BILLION ON PAPER DURING CRYPTOCURRENCY CRASH

    XRP has fallen 74 percent from a record high hit Jan. 4, erasing $44 billion from the paper holdings of Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen.

  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    VISA CEO: WE WON'T PROCESS TRANSACTIONS IN BITCOIN, BECAUSE IT'S NOT A PAYMENT SYSTEM

    "We will only process fiat currency-based transactions," said Visa CEO Alfred Kelly.

    Transaction, Currency, Currencies
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    FED'S BEIGE BOOK: US ECONOMY, INFLATION GROWING AT MODEST-TO-MODERATE PACE

    The U.S. central bank released its periodic report on the health of the US economy Wednesday.

    Economy, Banks, Bank
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    GOLDMAN'S CO-PRESIDENT, AND WINE CONNOISSEUR, BILKED OF $1.2 MILLION IN RARE VINTAGE

    Federal prosecutors say a former personal assistant to the executive stole hundreds of bottles of wine from his personal collection.

    Wine
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    DOLLAR WILL EVENTUALLY RUN LIKE BITCOIN AND OTHER CRYPTOCURRENCIES, VENTURE CAPITALIST JOYCE KIM PREDICTS

    "It's super important" for people to transact in local currencies as well, says the SparkChain co-founder.

    Transaction, Currency, Currencies
  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    THE BITCOIN PLUNGE IS CRUSHING CRYPTO-CRAZE STOCKS

    The bitcoin-mania stocks that rode the cryptocurrency's stunning rise higher are now plunging.

  • By CNBC   -   Jan 17, 2018

    IN REPLACING DUDLEY, NEW YORK FED AIMS TO AVOID POLITICAL PITFALLS

    Unions and groups are among those visiting the ornate conference rooms of the New York Fed.

    New York