Oil dipped on Friday, but losses were offset by a weak dollar and supply disruptions.
Insurance group reports record numbers overall despite seeing profit margins come under pressure during the first six months of 2013
Stocks eked out a small gain in volatile trading Thursday, lifted by materials, as investors digested the latest round of corporate earnings.
Japan’s benchmark index tumbled to a near three-week low on Friday as the yen rose against the greenback.
US Department of Justice said the company would pay the $200,000 maximum permissible fine for destroying evidence during the investigation
European shares closed lower on Thursday.
Gold fell on Friday, but stayed on course for a third weekly gain, as Fed-related wariness pushed the dollar down.
Stocks are lower today as earnings season quiets down and global markets slumped. Before the opening bell major US indices pointed to a lower open. Dow (INDEXDJX:.DJI) futures were down 0.34% to 15 432 while futures contracts on the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) sank 0.39% to 1 677.50 and Nasdaq (INDEXNASDAQ:…
BloombergBlack service, which offers investment advice for individuals and took more than three years to develop, is discontinued after only a few months
SEC has accused Fabrice Tourre of defrauding investors in a bond deal linked to subprime mortgages and struck just before the housing crash
Starbucks just had the best third quarter in company history. Howard Schultz, CEO, tells CNBC, “Our growth is based on satisfying customers throughout the day. The results we achieved were remarkable, he adds, and “show the power of our brand.”
Evans’ eye on the Fed
CNBC’s Kelly Evans shares her thoughts on today’s market activity at Post 9 from the floor of the NYSE. Today she looks at next week’s Fed meeting and the focus on targets instead of tapering.
Facebook is on the trajectory to eclipse its IPO price after the most recent earnings announcement, Cramer said.
Weak global growth has cut demand for a range of products – primarily electronics, but also boats and bicycles – that are the country’s exports
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said he isn’t losing any sleep over Dunkin’ Donuts expansion into California.
Crude ended a seesaw session marginally higher.
U.S. Treasurys prices fell on Thursday, with investors reluctant to buy bonds before a Federal Reserve meeting next week.
The dollar fell to a fresh one-month low against the euro on Thursday in thin trading.
The dollar fell to a five-week low against a basket of major currencies on Friday.
Gold settled higher at $1,328 on Thursday, after briefly extending the previous day’s 2 percent sell-off.