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The dollar extended losses against the yen, trading near two month lows and putting it on course for a big weekly loss.
Anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam this week highlight growing tension between China and some of its neighbors.
Malaysian Airlines said MH370 pushed it to its worst quarter in over two years, hit by a drop in passenger traffic and a slump in China sales.
While Japan clocked its fastest growth rate in over two years in the first quarter, economists warn it's too early to celebrate.
Oil traded near three week highs, supported by a draw on stocks in the United States and the deteriorating situation in Ukraine.
Sony said it would step up a broad restructuring to tackle bloated costs and exit some unprofitable businesses.
The PBOC's call on the lenders to give priority to first-time home buyers when allocating credit marks a policy shift for the government.
U.S. crude rose as expectations of a build in inventories were undermined by record low stocks at the benchmark's Cushing delivery point.
With a number of casino expansion projects underway in Macau, investors are questioning whether the world's largest casino market is at risk of saturation.
Wall Street has its eye on the Federal Reserve's meeting, but a slew of data is likely to have more influence on stocks Wednesday.
Will the bull run continue? The question is whether conditions are ripe for economic growth and corporate earnings to rise.
Eighteen brokerages agreed to end participating in analyst surveys as a result of a N.Y. investigation into the early release of analyst sentiment.
BlackRock agreed to end its analyst survey program worldwide, as part of an agreement reached Wednesday with the New York Attorney General's office.
JPMorgan Chase is banning the use of multidealer online chat rooms and the use of such chat rooms among staff for social purposes.
Nasdaq OMX Group reported a lower second-quarter profit, mainly due to acquisition costs related to the closing of two deals by the transatlantic exchange operator.
Thomson Reuters is suspending its practice of allowing some clients to pay for early access to economic data. CNBC's Eamon Javers has the details.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports elite traders will no longer gain early access to economic data before public release.
Thomson Reuters gives elite traders an early advantage, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers. Harvey Pitt, Former SEC Chairman; Irene Aldridge, Alpha Trading; and CNBC's Steve Liesman, provide perspective.
Elite traders can receive early access to consumer confidence data for a fee, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers. CNBC's Rick Santelli and Jim Cramer, and Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, discuss.
CNBC has obtained a document showing that, for a fee, an elite group of traders access a closely watched piece of market-moving data before its release. CNBC's Eamon Javers and Steve Liesman discuss.