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Stock Market Rollercoaster -- Understanding This Week’s Volatility

Rise and fall: how markets have fared after the drastic sell-off.

Half-Year Checkup: How Have the World's Markets Fared in 2014?

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?

Why Today's PMI Kicked off the Dow's Triple-Digit Surge

Strong manufacturing numbers at home and abroad have the big indices flirting with record highs.

China Could Pass the U.S. as the World's Largest Economy This Year. So What?

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.

Why Boeing's Stock Shouldn't be Crushing the Dow

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.

America vs. the World: Which Markets Have Won the Global Economic Recovery?

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 Sets Sail for a Brighter Future, but Will the Hang Seng Rise Alongside It?

China stocks look to capitalize on Beijing's big ambitions set forth in the Third Plenum, including an easing of the one-child policy.

2 World Markets to Watch and 1 to Avoid in 2014

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?

The Hang Seng Suffers a Horrible Week, but Will American Stocks See Green in China?

Boeing and Wal-Mart hope to take advantage of rising trends in the world's second-largest economy

China's Economic Rebound Fuels the Hang Seng's Weeklong Gains

Yingli Green Energy and Trina Solar are two of China's growth companies looking for a steady economic foundation at home to build upon.