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Protesters seeking to oust Thailand's government intruded an air force compound on Thursday where the acting prime minister was, forcing him to flee.
Oil traded near three week highs, supported by a draw on stocks in the United States and the deteriorating situation in Ukraine.
Hopes faded of finding more survivors in a coal mine in western Turkey on Wednesday, where 238 workers were confirmed killed
China's president says the economy must adapt a "new normal" in growth. That means Beijing is unlikely to step in with broad stimulus measures.
The chairman of Samsung Electronics, Lee Kun-hee, was in stable condition Sunday after suffering a heart attack.
India's elections reaches a climax on Monday as Narendra Modi seeks a personal mandate to govern by his modernized brand of Hindu nationalism.
Oil was range bound as the market balanced a draw down in domestic stockpiles against technical sell points that put a lid on oil prices.
The euro slid further in early trade in Europe on Friday after strong words from European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi that halted its march this year to a 2-1/2 year high.
An economic recovery may be taking hold, but it hasn't translated into earnings at Singapore Airlines as supply outpaces demand, the carrier's CEO said.
The $35 billion merger between Omnicom and Publicis has collapsed as challenges proved too immense for the partners.
As the cracks in China's housing market deepen, the country's major property developers are scouring the world for new opportunities.
Alibaba has filed for a U.S. initial public offering which will see it become the largest Chinese firm to list in New York.
U.S. crude rose as expectations of a build in inventories were undermined by record low stocks at the benchmark's Cushing delivery point.
Gold settled lower, but flaring tensions between government forces and pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine helped to minimized the metal's losses.
Bank of America, Barclays, Citigroup and Credit Suisse are among underwriters to the IPO, Markit told the SEC in a preliminary prospectus.
Crude rose as fighting between Ukraine's army and a pro-Russian group intensified, stoking fears of regional energy supply disruptions.
The dollar inched up from a three-week low on Friday, on expectations of a robust U.S. jobs number, after a weak growth report earlier this week.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
U.S. stock index futures traded lower on Wednesday, with investors cautious ahead of the FOMC conference and the first estimate of Q1 growth.
Met financial traders' need for fast, accurate data and analytics and in doing so swung the balance of power between Wall Street's buy and sell sides.