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Earnings could keep the momentum going Wednesday, as markets await a much-heralded tax plan from the White House.
China's first domestically built aircraft carrier was launched on Wednesday, the SCMP reports.
When the market gets clarity on how and when tax reform will play out, some analysts say stocks may sell off.
Netflix might have just secured a foothold in China but that could be a immaterial, for now.
Boeing reported a 19 percent rise in quarterly profit and reaffirmed its full-year forecast for commercial airplane deliveries.
Alphabet's video platform has seen triple digit growth across the region in all metrics, including viewer watch time and partner uploads in the last year.
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China's stock bounce has disappeared as the excitement about a new economic zone fades.
A South Korean court on Wednesday ruled that the ride-hailing group Uber Technologies Inc illegally used private vehicles for commercial purposes.
PepsiCo reported a 41.6 percent jump in profit, helped by higher demand for its healthier drinks and snacks and as the company kept a tight leash on costs.
Goldman Sachs discovered the perfect time to buy Amazon shares is when CEO Jeff Bezos takes out his wallet.
"We respect everyone's choice to act on their beliefs," a Google spokesperson wrote in a statement provided to BuzzFeed News.
Asian markets closed higher on Wednesday, following the rise in U.S. indexes on the back of strong earnings announcements.
Credit Suisse has just reported first quarter earnings which show Switzerland's second-largest bank beating expectations.
Analysts had forecast the company to report earnings of 74 cents per share on $40.53 billion in revenue.
The temporary ruling was issued in a lawsuit over the executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities.
Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
TipRanks identifies the corporate insiders with the best-performing track records and the stocks they are buying.
It's taking bigger deals to get consumers to buy new vehicles.
Jim Cramer inspects the correlation between the S&P 500 and the VIX to explain the market's surge.