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A "very large majority" of the governing council at the ECB voted in favor of the stimulus announced Thursday, said the central bank's vice president.
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Coldplay is set to take the stage at Super Bowl 50's halftime show in 2016.
Jim Cramer goes through the list of unexpected events that prompted the sell-off on Thursday and says the market is too crazy to buy stocks.
The U.S. trade deficit widened unexpectedly in October as exports fell to a three-year low.
With folks buying more stuff from their phones and tables, an estimated 100,000 new jobs in digital retail will be created by 2017.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch told clients on Thursday early holiday retail sales were weak, according to credit card transaction data.
It will be a long time before gold can find support, according to one top chartist.
Meal kit deliveries from Blue Apron, Plated and others are expected to see substantial growth, research firms say.
Investor Dennis Gartman said that buying some downside protection was "justifiable" especially with the U.S. Federal Reserve about to hike rates.
Norfolk Southern rejected Canadian Pacific Railway's unsolicited bid to acquire the company, calling the offer 'grossly inadequate.'
The U.S. Senate approved a bill on Thursday that would fund America's roads, bridges and mass-transit systems and revive the Export-Import Bank.
The Fed chair found herself forced to take a position on a specific rates strategy note — and came out swinging.
A battle over government rules that require Internet providers to treat all Web traffic equally is back before a federal appeals court.
Thai Union Group scrapped a $1.5 billion acquisition of U.S. rival Bumble Bee Seafoods after the U.S. said the deal would be harmful to competition.
The ECB’s December meeting was less Christmas cracker and more damp squib for traders, and some are suggesting that trading is over until next year.
An activist investor renewed its push for Yahoo to abandon plans to spin off its stake in Alibaba and instead sell its core business.
While oil producers have been the energy superpower for over a century, the question now begs: Do we finally have a game-changer?