U.S. stocks traded mostly higher as investors found encouragement from some recovery in Chinese stocks as the Federal Reserve began its two-day meeting.» Read More
Royal Dutch Shell has confirmed it is in advanced talks to buy UK utility BG Group, in a £47 billion cash-and-shares offer.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Wednesday kept its massive monetary stimulus intact, as widely expected, reiterating that the world's number three economy is recovering moderately.
Asian stocks were higher across the board on Wednesday, with Tokyo, Seoul and mainland markets hitting fresh highs.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Lionsgate, Pentair, Airgas & more.
Oil futures closed up $1.84 at $53.98 on Tuesday, above earlier highs and erasing losses on strong jobs data.
A widespread power outage reportedly affected much of Washington D.C. Tuesday, including White House and the State Department facilities.
U.S. government debt prices were little changed on Tuesday amid renewed oil price volatility, ahead of the latest U.S. Fed minutes.
U.S. stocks closed mildly lower as investors eyed continued gains in oil and the dollar ahead of the unofficial start of earnings season on Wednesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul announced Tuesday morning on his website that he will seek the presidency.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left its benchmark lending rate unchanged on Tuesday but kept the door open for further easing.
U.S. courier delivery company FedEx has highlighted its intentions to expand globally with the purchase of Dutch-based rival TNT Express.
The RBA put off a cut in interest rates by another month, keeping borrowing costs steady at a record low of 2.25 percent on Tuesday.
Central banks are the key theme in Asia on Tuesday, with equities in the region largely in positive territory.
Samsung Electronics tipped above-view operating profit for the first quarter on Tuesday, but the figures marked a sharp decline from the year-ago period.
Oil futures extended gains on Monday after an industry forecast indicated a smaller-than-expected U.S. inventory build and Saudi Arabia raised prices.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: A Schulman, Viacom, Clovis & more.
Viacom will take a $785 million pre-tax charge during the recently-ended quarter as part of a reorganization, the company said Monday.
U.S. stocks closed higher, rebounding from initial losses on the disappointing jobs report as weak data renewed hopes of a rate hike delay.
Whether or not March's jobs report points to slowdown is still unclear, New York Fed's William Dudley said Monday.