International Markets

Apple is the leader in smartphone sales in the world by a large margin. Samsung is its only major competitor. While the iPhone 14’s sales have not been on fire, they have been steady and have kept...
This island nation in the Pacific is most dependent on the oil trade, according to a 24/7 Wall St. analysis.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals the trading partners responsible for Ukraine's top exports and imports.
Here's a look ahead at reports and events for the coming week for equities included in the FTSE 350 index.
Although dozens of U.S. corporations have suspended operations in Russia, some companies are still operating in the country. Here are 10 of the largest.
This conflict has already precipitated the Dow Jones industrials, Nasdaq and S&P 500 hitting fresh lows for 2022, and the drop does not seem to be abating. Will U.S. Markets be halted as a result?
Italy, France and Spain rely so much on tourism and the exports of discretionary purchase items that their economies may be ruined as much as in the Great Recession.
China blocking iPhone sales there would be the most visible way to attack the United States for its bans of Huawei and TikTok. Much of Apple's sales comes from what it calls Greater China.
It has been such a busy week for Amazon.com that it's hard to know what to look at first. The new cheap debt? The cargo planes? A potential investment in India?
Sales of personal computers (desktops, notebooks, and workstations) declined by double digits in the first quarter of the year. The COVID-19 outbreak gets the blame.
With more than 60,000 reported cases of the coronavirus and nearly 1,400 deaths worldwide along with quarantines and travel restrictions, the impact of the disease on global GDP is just beginning to...
It is not unusual for stocks to sell off when there are major illness outbreaks or other global scares, but this is one of those situations when the current consensus is that things are more likely...
The Wuhan Coronavirus has escaped China, with the number of cases and the death toll rising. The economic impact beyond the loss of life and suffering is real in many stocks, sectors and local...
China had a lot more to lose than the United States in the trade war over tariffs and policies. That is still true, but U.S. companies are feeling the burn too.
The World Trade Organization does not see global trade reviving in 2019.