Trends and decisions affecting your wallet.
Global markets have stopped freaking out, for now
Sure, China affects the world economy — just not as much as everyone thought yesterday.
How bad is the Chinese economy right now? That's a good question
No one really knows, and it's freaking out investors.
Global markets are tanking; 'no rational choice anymore'
It's looking to be more than just China's 'Black Monday.'
Africa has been 'exporting brains.' Now it's trying to lure them back
A common path for ambitious Africans involves heading to Britain or the United States for college, earning degrees at top schools — and then staying overseas.
Next on Russia’s blacklist: Foreign condoms?
Trade authorities think the country shouldn't spend Russia's public funds on foreign-made prophylactics.
China stocks plummet because of poor economic data
Hong Kong stocks also slumped.
Conquistadors no more: Spaniards are flocking to Latin America because they need jobs
Latin Americans used to seek work in Europe. Now it’s the other way around.
Greek banks to re-open Monday as Tsipras eyes new start
The decree to re-open the banks came hours after new ministers were sworn in following a cabinet reshuffle in which Tsipras replaced dissident members of his ruling Syriza party.
Greek lawmakers pass tough reform package demanded by creditors
In response, the European Central Bank boosted its cash lifeline to the crisis-hit country.
'We have been betrayed!' Protest turns violent as Greece votes on bailout
Police detained roughly 40 people.
What Starbucks really tells us about sub-Saharan Africa
There's a growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa. But that's not the whole story.
Greeks are worried that their precious heritage will be sold off to pay their debt
'I warn you, if they take the Acropolis from us, it's war.'
The 'El Chapo' legend gets a new chapter
The first time the Mexican drug lord escaped from prison was in a laundry basket. This time, he dug a 30-foot tunnel beneath the shower space in his prison cell.
EU powers clash over Greece as euro exit looms
Divided euro zone leaders clashed over the fate of Greece on Sunday, with a catastrophic exit from the single currency looming large.
Fear and frappuccino: Greeks wait to learn their fate
The Sun, as always, is shining. The seas are a tempting bluish-green. The cafes are thronged.
China's stock market has lost 10 times the value of the Greek government's debt
And it's still falling.
Chinese stock slump hits the NYSE
Some investors fear China's turmoil is now a bigger risk than the crisis in Greece.
China stock crash sends shockwaves through economy
The turbulence raises questions about China's long-term economic growth.
Europe gives Greece a few more days to fix everything
That should do it.
That awkward moment when Greece rejects all its creditors' demands, then has to ask them for money
The Greeks need that sweet euro zone cash, but will they get it?
EU says yes, Greece says no... Hello Grexit, goodbye euro?
Beware Greeks rejecting bailouts.
'No' camp on track for resounding victory in Greek referendum
Greece's government claimed 'a clear mandate' for less stringent bailout conditions as voters looked set to overwhelmingly back its rejection of further austerity measures.
'No' voters begin celebrating in Athens eyeing victory in referendum: AFP
Hundreds of 'No' voters began celebrating in Athens Sunday after early results showed those who rejected further austerity measures were poised to win.
So many grumpy, terrified Greeks are voting today
On bailout terms that technically no longer exist.
Greeks decide their 'destiny' in close-fought referendum
Greece voted in a tightly fought referendum Sunday that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said will determine its "destiny" in the euro zone.
Alexis Tsipras: the premier playing roulette with Greece's future
In the five months since he came to power vowing to deliver his country from years of biting austerity, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has kept Greece and Europe guessing.
Crying Greek pensioner: the story behind the poignant photo
Retiree Giorgos Chatzifotiadis had queued up at three banks in Greece's second city of Thessaloniki on Friday in the hope of withdrawing a pension on behalf of his wife.
Finance minister Varoufakis says action toward Greece is 'terrorism'
"What they're doing with Greece has a name: terrorism," Varoufakis said in the interview, published on Saturday.
Greece may soon run out of money for teachers, hospitals and fuel
Chaos is a Greek concept. So is the abyss.
With too few jobs for young workers, a global hunt for solutions
A Q&A with Dr. Peter Vogel, author of a book on "turning the economic crisis into opportunity."
This chart shows how Greece's last bailout money was spent
Where did all of that money go?