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J.C. Penney is reporting a wider third-quarter loss, but the results showed its business is starting to stabilize.
JPMorgan Chase will pay $13 billion in a long-awaited deal with the Justice Department to settle claims over the financial crisis.
No. 2 home improvement chain Lowe's reported a rise in quarterly profit and raised its outlook for the current fiscal year on Wednesday.
Asian shares were mostly lower on Wednesday as a negative handover from Wall Street overshadowed remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the Fed will maintain ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy "for as long as needed."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
President Obama says the government needs to stop governing by crisis and noted that he doesn't foresee another debt-ceiling crisis happening soon.
U.S. stocks tallied modest declines on Tuesday as investors wait to hear from the Federal Reserve in weighing central-bank monetary moves ahead.
U.S. labor costs rose in the third quarter, pointing to tame wage inflation that should allow the Fed to maintain its bond-buying program.
European equities closed lower on Tuesday, with markets still cautious about when the U.S. Federal Reserve might scale back its stimulus program and disappointing corporate results weighing on Wall Street.
Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal disagrees with activist investors, like Carl Icahn, and revealed where he sees investment opportunities now.
Best Buy warned of an increasingly promotional holiday environment and promised to be competitive on price, raising concerns about margins.
Home Depot reported a rise in profit and sales as the world's largest home improvement chain continued to benefit from a U.S. housing market recovery.
Asian shares fell on Tuesday following a negative lead from Wall Street and caution over when the Federal Reserve might reduce its stimulus program.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
The expected JPM settlement shows "this government cannot be trusted when it asks an institution to come to the rescue," former prosecutor Jacob Frenkel tells CNBC.
U.S. stocks turned mostly negative on Monday, with the S&P 500 and Dow industrials retreating from record highs, after investor Carl Icahn said he is "very cautious" on equities.
The Obama administration said it is willing to allow big insurers to directly sign up those who qualify for tax credits, The Wall Street Journal reported.