Asian equities outside of Shanghai rose on Monday after Lawrence Summers pulled out of the race to lead the Federal Reserve but trading volumes were thin with Japanese markets shut for a holiday.
This week's Fed meeting is likely to top all others in Asia, as investors wait to see if a scaling back of the monetary stimulus is about to begin.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
New research has found that kids with better verbal and cognitive abilities are more likely to start drinking earlier than their less-bright peers.
Gold settled higher on Monday, with markets expecting the Federal Reserve to begin tapering its commodity-boosting monetary stimulus soon.
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US stock futures surged and interest rates fell after "hawk" Larry Summers bowed out of the race for Fed chief.
Summers has withdrawn his name for consideration to succeed Ben Bernanke as Fed chief. Futures jumped 1% following the news.
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Op-ed: Five years after Lehman Brothers, big pillars of reform are still not in place and five years from now, we could find ourselves in another financial crisis.
Denver has grown into a popular start-up destination. On Monday, "Denver Startup Week" kicks off. A look at the city's positives and negatives.
Though a number of recent Olympics have disappointed host cities, some experts say Tokyo is poised to benefit from the 2020 games.
Some of Lehman Brothers' Europe-based creditors will be repaid almost all the funds owed to them, according to the administrator of the European operations of the defunct investment bank.
Economists expect 2014 to be better than 2013, but just a tad—some GDP growth, interest rates rising slightly, and modest job and wage gains.
Along with college, the cost of housing is rising fast. Home prices are up over 12 percent from a year ago, and even rising mortgage rates do not appear to be slowing the gains.
Highly credentialed child-minders are being greeted by middle-class and upper-class families who want to give their kids an edge.
Regulators have been laboring to shore up the industry, but some still question whether cash would be safe in a crisis.
The JOBS Act was aimed at making it easier for new companies to raise money. One way to do that? The confidential IPO filing. Here's how it works.