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Tougher sanctions ahead?

Renmac head of U.S. economics Neil Dutta and The Independents co-host Kmele Foster on sanctions against Russia and the Middle East.

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  1. Emerging markets: One size doesn’t fit all

    Janney chief investment strategist Mark Luschini on opportunities in the emerging markets.

  2. Plane, car deals mark Chinese state visit to France

    China's President Xi Jinping and French counterpart Francois Hollande oversaw the signing of a series of industrial co-operation deals and multi-billion dollar aircr...

  3. State of Ireland’s recovery

    PT Capital senior managing director Francisco Sanchez and IDA Ireland CEO Barry O’Leary discuss Ireland’s economy.

  4. Twitter CEO Makes First China Visit to Crack into Market

    Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) CEO Dick Costolo will meet Shanghai government officials, academics and students in his first visit to China, signaling Twitter's interest in...

  5. Clouds Settle Over Thai Economy

    Any comfort investors in Thailand draw from what happened four years ago, when economic growth, the stock market and foreign investment all surged despite deadly unr...

  6. Iceland Shuns Creditors as Economy Rebounds

    Iceland's government feels it can shun international investors while enjoying economic growth - witness its dismissive response to a $5 billion lawsuit over Icesave ...

  7. Obama Looks to Lure More Foreign Investment

    President Barack Obama on Thursday pledged an aggressive expansion of U.S. efforts to draw foreign investment by clearing away red tape and having U.S. diplomats cou...

  8. World Bank political risk arm looks to back equity investors

    The World Bank's political risk insurance arm wants to bring in more private equity investors, particularly those who focus on companies that can bring skills and cr...

  9. Indian rupee hits record low before central bank lends support

    The Indian rupee fell past 64 to the dollar for the first time on Tuesday and bond yields spiked to a five-year high before the central bank stepped in to support th...

  10. New Slovenia central bank chief says no need for bailout

    Slovenia does not currently need international financial help to sort out its crumbling banking system although aid cannot be ruled in future, the euro zone country'...

  11. An Unheralded International Dividend ETF Destination

    Income investors looking for allocations to international markets have options and perhaps even more than they initially realize.Some global markets are not known fo...

  12. After long buildup, U.S.-EU free trade talks finally begin

    The United States and the European Union, after nearly two years of preparation, start talks on Monday aimed at securing a free-trade agreement to squeeze new econom...

  1. Wilbur Ross on Ireland deal

    WL Ross CEO Wilbur Ross on investing in Ireland and Greece.

  2. Unrest in Iraq a serious threat to oil prices?

    Price Futures Group’s Phil Flynn, Peritus Asset Management CIO Tim Gramatovich, Lang Capital’s Pete Lang, Tethys Partners’s Bob Iaccino on the impact on oil prices of the unrest in Iraq.

  3. Betting Brazil: Building the road to Rio

    Kathryn Rooney Vera of Bulltick Capital Markets on the impact of the World Cup on Brazil’s economy and infrastructure.

  4. India’s newly elected leader said to be pro-business

    Wells Fargo Advisors senior international strategist Sameer Samana, John Odland of Oppenheimer Asset Management and Committee for Economic Development CEO Steve Stoltzfus on the impact of the elections in India.

  5. Emerging market picks: China, Mexico, Vietnam

    Janney chief investment strategist Mark Luschini gives tips for investing in Europe and emerging markets.

  6. 'Vast Opportunities' Await U.S. Oil Moguls in Mexico

    As Mexico works to denationalize its oil and gas market after seven decades, billions of dollars of potential profits and opportunity are waiting to be scooped up.Ho...

  7. Starwood Hotels Re-enters Bolivia After 30 Years

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts (NYSE:HOT) will return to Bolivia after 30 years as it looks to grow its Latin American footprint 20% by 2016. Already the largest high-end...

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