Oil prices rose on Tuesday, as support from the possibility of supply disruptions and a strong equities market offset the effects of profit-taking following last week's rally above three-year highs.
Donald Trump’s "warning shot" to China and Russia this week on gaming their currencies is more of a damp squib -- at least as far as the world’s second-largest economy is concerned.
The global economy is still on an upswing, but the good times may not last beyond the next year or two.
China's central bank said on Tuesday it will cut the amount of cash most commercial and foreign banks.
The Central Bank of Russia has sold $3.1 billion in US Treasury bills as of February, reducing its investment in American debt to the lowest level since March last year.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday amid worries there could be a high risk of disruptions to supply, especially in the Middle East.
Retail investors and the financial press only recently started to worry about bear markets after stocks have already experienced a substantial decline.
Nobel laureate Robert Shiller has taken his turn to bash bitcoin, calling the cryptocurrency more of a psychological experiment than a serious investment.
ETF manager prefers invest in gold to protect their assets.