Tuesday, October 21, 2014 As of 3:46 AM EDT
China's GDP grew at its slowest pace since 2009, exacerbating fears of a continued slowdown there, and throughout the world.
No Autopsy In Joan Rivers' Death
Obama Considers Backing Bush-Era Reading Of Torture Treaty
Ebola 'Becoming More Contagious,' Experts Fear
Rome Mayor Recognizes 16 Same-Sex Marriages
4 Big Mistakes That Made Ebola Worse
Royals' World Series Appearance Boosts Interest
UK Jihadists Who Join Islamic State Could Face Treason Charges
Ebola Breakthrough: US Test Can Detect Virus In Seconds
US Met With Terrorist-Affiliated Syrian Kurds
Trade Alert: Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX)
Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX) shares crack the 50-Day Moving Average. Wednesday shares of Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF closed...
Alibaba’s Yu’E Bao Fund Wades Into Deeper Waters
According to a report, the fund is shifting focus to longer-term investments and riskier products to sustain attractive rates of return.
Christie Blocks Release Of Pay-To-Play Probe Of GOP Ally
Weeks before the election, Christie won't release the findings of New Jersey's investigation of Mass. gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker.
US Dollar Rises On Concerns Of The Global Economy
The dollar has surged 10 percent over the past five months to reach multi-year highs.
Gold Prices To Pass $1,400 This Year As US Inflation Rises
The gold dealer USAGOLD says gold prices will rise even if the Fed raises interest rates.
Can Afghanistan’s Minerals Save Its Economy?
Afghanistan has a trillion dollars worth of assets, but security and corruption concerns dissuade would-be investors.
Oracle Shares Slide As Ellison Vacates CEO Slot
Shares were off more than 5 percent early Friday after Larry Ellison said he would step down as CEO.
Check Out These Photos Of Crowds Lining Up At New Colorado Marijuana Store
Legalization of recreational marijuana use attracted more than 100 people to one of the first store openings, in Northglenn, Colo.
Did The US Lose The International Weapons Market?
Russia's top weapons companies have grown faster than any other country's major defense manufacturers.
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