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U.S. markets have slowed down from 2013's record-setting pace, but how has the S&P 500 kept up with leading markets around the world?
Strong manufacturing numbers at home and abroad have the big indices flirting with record highs.
A World Bank study shows China could become the world's largest economy in purchasing power parity terms in 2014. But Chinese growth means good news for the U.S. economy -- and big rewards for smart investors.
Boeing's shares have taken a big hit as new safety concerns have popped up over the weekend, but investors shouldn't shy away from this top blue-chip stock.
Five years after the recession's bear market low, we look at how global markets from the Nikkei 225 to the Hang Seng and DAX compare to the S&P 500's post-recession rise.
China stocks look to capitalize on Beijing's big ambitions set forth in the Third Plenum, including an easing of the one-child policy.
The Nikkei has surged in 2013, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng has flopped. Which stock indexes and big markets will delight investors next year?
Boeing and Wal-Mart hope to take advantage of rising trends in the world's second-largest economy
Yingli Green Energy and Trina Solar are two of China's growth companies looking for a steady economic foundation at home to build upon.
SinoPec and PetroChina may be down for the year, but these two state-owned oil majors are situated in a strong position to capitalize on swelling Chinese oil demand.