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Turkey's economy is spiraling — and a new election will make things worse

More capital flight lies ahead for Turkey as President Erdogan's party calls for new city elections, analysts predict

TikTok vanishes from Google, Apple app stores in India after ban

The Chinese video app TikTok is no longer available in Google and Apple app stores in India after a state court prohibited its downloads, a setback for developer Bytedance Technology's efforts to tap

We went inside Singapore airport's new 'Jewel.' Here's what we saw

Singapore's Changi Airport has been ranked the world's best for seven years in a row, but it isn't resting on its laurels, with the opening of a new $1.3 billion hub.

ABB names Voser as interim CEO after Spiesshofer quits

In a surprise move Spiesshofer, CEO since 2013, agreed with the board to step down and a search has begun for a successor, ABB said.

China's stock markets are up more than 30 percent so far this year

China's stock markets have been on a tear so far this year, amid optimism about a possible trade deal with the U.S. and hopes that the economy may be bottoming out.

Departing Foxconn chairman says sea goddess told him to run for Taiwan's presidency

Terry Gou, who chairs the company that assembles iPhones and more, had told Reuters on Monday that he planned to step down from his role in coming months.

Goldman Sachs CEO: The US economy 'is chugging along pretty well'

Goldman Sachs Chief Executive David Solomon said Wednesday that the chances of the U.S. economy soon entering a recession are lower now than they were earlier this year.

China says its first-quarter GDP grew by 6.4 percent, topping expectations

Investors have been watching the health of the Chinese economy amid Beijing's ongoing trade dispute with Washington.

Singapore March exports see biggest decline since 2016

Singapore's on-year non-oil domestic exports growth fell more than expected in March, dented by a plunge in electronic and pharmaceutical shipments, official data showed on Wednesday.

Trump vetoes congressional resolution to end US involvement in Yemen war

U.S. President Donald Trump has vetoed a congressional resolution that sought to end America's involvement in the Saudi-led war in Yemen, the White House said on Tuesday.

Asia stocks mixed as China's economy grows more than expected

China said earlier on Wednesday that its economy grew 6.4 percent in the first quarter of 2019.

Intel says it's exiting the 5G smartphone market, hours after Apple-Qualcomm settlement

Intel said on Tuesday it's pulling out of the 5G smartphone market and will provide further details later this month.

Korean carmaker Genesis debuts first EV with Mint concept car at New York auto show

The Korean carmaker is signaling a shift in direction with the concept vehicle debuting at this week's New York International Auto Show, which opens to the public Friday.

Qualcomm surges after announcing a settlement with Apple over patent royalties

Qualcomm and Apple have ended a legal battle, dismissing all litigation between the two companies.

Global investors haven't been this worried about the economy since 2016

Global fund managers have positioned their portfolios for slower growth and lower interest rates.

FT ad skewers British Airways after airline drops paper from flights

British newspaper the Financial Times (FT) has taken the unusual step of taking an ad out in its own publication. Not to advertise new products or services, but to berate former customer British

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly mulled making 100 deals just to work out the dollar value of user data

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly once considered pursuing numerous deals with third-party developers to help it find out how much users' data is worth.

UK lawmakers look set for fresh vote on softer Brexit

A motion will be brought before the House of Commons on the inclusion of a customs union.

Goldman Sachs expects weak earnings growth across all major markets in 2019

Goldman Sachs expects weak earnings growth across all major markets in 2019, Goldman Sachs' chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer told CNBC's Squawk Box.