The U.S. services sector rebounded in January, with firms added workers at the fastest clip in more than three years.
The U.S. economy is on a 3 percent growth trajectory, but it's been "getting masked" by the wicked weather, Moody's Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi told CNBC.
Severe weather in the Northeast and Midwest led to flight cancellations, highway closures, train delays and power outages.
Stocks fell on Wednesday after data had companies adding fewer employees to their payrolls than anticipated.
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Private companies created 175,000 new positions in January, lower than in expected but keeping with the pace of job creation over the past two years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CVS Caremark says it will stop selling tobacco products, making it the first major pharmacy retailer to voluntarily do so.
Mortgage applications barely moved last week, even as a run on the bond market pushed interest rates down. Total applications rose only 0.4 percent.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open on Wednesday, as Wall Street considered the ADP employment report.
JPMorgan can write off $1.5 billion in debt relief, but it will be treated as taxable income for homeowners.
The appointment of Satya Nadella marked the ascension of another Indian-born executive to the top of a global powerhouse.
The Australian dollar saw a strong bounce back following more hawkish central bank rhetoric, but is the worst truly over for this battered currency?
Crude rose as traders took profit on a spread trade with U.S. oil, which itself was supported by record heating oil demand.
Indonesia's economy grew at a faster annual pace than expected in the fourth quarter, as domestic consumption remained strong.
Pressure on Thailand's government mounted when a flagship rice-buying scheme vital to its support stumbled closer to collapse.
Chatter the Federal Reserve may stop its taper program is premature. It would have to believe the U.S. economy is undeniably slowing.
Fund manager Tres Knippa believes the troubles in Japan are far worse than they seem.