HSBC's fortune turned around in 2017 with an increase in the year's profit.
President Donald Trump said in a Monday evening Twitter post that he supported and endorsed Mitt Romney for his run for a Senate seat.
Asian shares were moderately lower on Tuesday after a relatively quiet overnight session in markets.
The Kremlin reacted to the indictment of Russian nationals for illegal interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
Markets in Japan, Australia and South Korea rose while the dollar remained relatively stable against a basket of currencies.
Stocks closed slightly higher on Friday, extending their winning streak to six days in a row, and posted strong weekly gains.
U.S. crude extended gains in subdued trade on Friday as the dollar slipped to a three-year low.
"It is now clear that the warning signs were there and tips to the FBI were missed. We see the tragic consequences of those failures," Sessions said.
The president reacted to the latest indictment from Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
An earthquake sent a prolonged rumble felt across Mexico City late Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The indictment says that the defendants allegedly, by early to mid 2016, were "supporting the presidential campaign of then-candidate Donald J. Trump."
After selling its China stake in 2016, Uber is in talks to mimic that strategy in Southeast Asia
The Commerce Department is recommending that President Trump slap quotas or tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum producers.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose by much more than expected in February.
Police investigating Benjamin Netanyahu have recommended to Israel's attorney general that he be charged with bribery in two cases.
Shareholder Darwin Deason is suing Xerox and Fujifilm in New York court alleging fraud.
The White House budget calls for $3 trillion in deficit reduction, including $1.7 trillion in mandatory spending cuts.
Uber and Waymo settle courtroom battle over trade secrets, with Uber agreeing not to use Waymo technology and pay a 0.34 percent equity stake.
Oil prices fell for a sixth day on Friday, as record-high U.S. crude output added to concerns about a sharp rise in global supplies.
An advance report from the U.S. Census Bureau showed wholesale inventories increasing 0.2 percent to $611.4 billion in December.