Stocks were poised for a weak open Thursday as investors digest disappointing economic news out of the United States.
U.S. stocks were poised for a mixed open Tuesday, in what's expected to be yet another quiet day on Wall Street.
U.S. stocks were poised for a weak open Friday, as investors remain uncertain over whether the Federal Reserve will take steps to stimulate the economy amid rising concerns about global growth.
U.S. stocks are headed for a modestly lower open Thursday, following two manufacturing reports that showed further slowing in China and Europe.
U.S. stocks were poised to open higher Tuesday, as investors hope to hear some good news out of Greece this week.
A British parliamentary report slammed Barclays bank on Saturday for its "disgraceful" actions that led to a rate-rigging scandal.
U.S. stocks were poised to open higher Tuesday after several better-than-expected eurozone economic reports.
U.S. stocks were headed for a weak open Friday following disappointing economic data from China that heightened fears about a slowdown in the world's second largest economy.
Chinese export and import growth slowed markedly last month, flashing warning signals about both the domestic and the global economy.
U.S. stocks were headed for a slightly higher open Monday as investors continued to cheer an upbeat jobs report and welcomed lower borrowing costs in Spain and Italy.
Stocks were headed for a higher open Friday as investors welcomed a stronger-than-expected July jobs report.
U.S. stock futures turned sharply lower shortly before the market open Thursday after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi failed to announce concrete plans to help solve Europe's debt crisis.
Manchester United has launched their listing on the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, with 16.7 million shares, representing 10 per cent of the club, up for sale.
CNN's Jim Boulden reports on what it took for Manchester United to make its appearance on the New York Stock Exchange.
U.S. stocks were headed for a higher open Wednesday, as investors gear up for a spate of economic data ahead of the Federal Reserve's monetary-policy decision.
It's expected to be another day of cautious trading for U.S. stocks, as investors await any possible stimulus announcements by U.S. and European central bankers later this week.
Libor, the London Interbank Offered Rate, could be scrapped altogether and replaced with an interest rate that is set using actual trades, according to a review set up by the UK government.
Investors were on edge Monday ahead of two big meetings by U.S. and European central banks.
U.S. stocks futures moved sharply higher Thursday after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said the central bank would do whatever it takes to preserve the euro.
The International Monetary Fund has softened its stance on the Chinese renminbi, calling the currency "moderately undervalued" against a basket of currencies, an important change in wording that will make it easier for Beijing to rebuff foreign criticism of its exchange rate regime.
U.S. stocks were poised to open little changed Tuesday as a report showing an improvement in Chinese manufacturing offset ongoing worries about Europe.
China's manufacturing sector is clawing its way back towards growth in July, according to a survey that suggests government policies to support the economy are starting to work.
One of the first things that strikes a visitor to Magnus Böcker's office -- aside from the neat piles of papers and a bulky company prospectus on his desk -- is a wooden toy battleship on display at the back.
Christine Romans on how the libor rate scandal could affect credit cards, mortgages, car loans and more.
Barclays bank took out large UK newspaper ads Saturday to say sorry to "all Barclays customers and clients" in the wake of a rate-rigging scandal which has hammered its reputation.
U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open Thursday as fears about a global economic slowdown resurfaced.
Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond defies expectations by defending his former employer. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
Former Barclays bank chief executive Bob Diamond will voluntarily give up bonuses worth $31 million after he resigned in the wake of a rate-rigging scandal, the bank said Tuesday.
U.S. stocks were poised to open lower Monday as investors remained wary ahead of quarterly corporate results and another eurozone meeting.
U.S. stocks were set to open lower Thursday, following stimulus and rate cuts by central banks in Europe and China.
Treasury Select Committee member David Ruffley reflects on Bob Diamond's testimony before Parliament.
Barclays former boss Bob Diamond was in the spotlight this week when he was questioned by British parliament's 13-strong Treasury Committee, but the rate-fixing scandal which lost him his job looks set to reach far further afield.
Barclays CEO Bob Diamond and COO Jerry del Missier have resigned in the wake of the interest rate-fixing scandal that has rocked the bank.
Ralph Silva of the Silva Research Network discusses Bob Diamond's resignation as CEO of Barclays.
U.S. stocks pointed to a flat open Tuesday, with traders not expecting much market movement in the shortened trading day.
U.S. stocks pointed to a flat open Monday, as investors waded through economic reports from Europe and China ahead of U.S. manufacturing data.
Barclays on Monday announced the resignation of its chairman, Marcus Agius, in the widening scandal surrounding the bank's manipulation of interbank lending rates in 2008 and 2009.
CNN's Richard Quest talks to Matthew Hancock who says Barclays CEO Bob Diamond may face calls for resignation.
Marcus Agius will resign as chairman of Barclays on Monday, in the hope that his departure will take the sting out of mounting criticism from politicians and shareholders over the bank's role in the price-fixing of interbank lending rates.
Reports say Barclay's chairman Marcus Agius will step down soon. CNN's Richard Quest has more.
Most of us with 401(k) plans watched in horror, as our retirement savings plummeted in the stock market crash of 2008. That year, the average 401(k) balance dropped by a third, forcing older Americans to delay retirement or cut back on spending. Since then, as the market rebounded, some of our savings have recovered in fits and starts.
U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open Monday as worries about Europe remained at the forefront ahead of a key meeting of continent leaders later in the week.
Asian markets traded lower Friday after ratings agency Moody's downgraded the credit scores of some of the world's largest banks.
U.S. investors watched Europe's continued troubles Monday, as an election in Greece was unable to provide a sustained lift for markets overseas.
Asian markets were lifted in early trade after a victory for Greece's center-right, pro-bailout New Democracy party in crucial weekend elections.
U.S. stocks were poised to follow global markets higher as central banks in Europe signaled they would provide more cash to help banks deal with the ongoing sovereign debt crisis.
OPEC said it will leave its official production ceiling unchanged, dashing hopes for an official increase that could have sent crude prices lower.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports on the uncertainty in Greece surrounding the growing demand for austerity measures.
Asian markets opened lower on the news that credit ratings agency Moody's has cut the rating of Spain to the edge of "junk" status.
Hong Kong should review its US dollar peg and consider linking its currency to the renminbi, according to Joseph Yam, former head of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
U.S. stocks were poised to follow European stocks higher, a day after markets sold off on worries over debt and banking crisis in Europe.
U.S. stocks are likely to get a lift from news over the weekend of a $125 billion bailout for Spanish banks and stronger-than-expected Chinese trade.
U.S. stocks could struggle Friday on investor disappointment that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke did not signal more stimulus is on the horizon.
U.S. stocks pointed to a higher open as investors await comments from the European Central Bank, and weigh a new proposal for European-wide bank rescues and bailouts.
U.S. stocks could face another rocky session, as investors await the latest discussions on how to solve Europe's debt crisis.
Asian shares tumbled, as investors dumped risky assets, rattled by growing concerns about the global economic recovery and the eurozone's future.
Stock futures plunged, the 10-year yield on U.S. Treasuries hit another record low and a world market sell-off gained steam early Friday after a U.S. jobs report fell far short of expectations.
U.S. stocks were headed for a positive open Thursday, the last day of a wretched month that saw Treasury yields in the U.S. fall to record lows, while Spain and Greece kept contagion worries front and center.
India's economic growth fell to a nine-year low in the first three months of 2012, a clear sign that the country's slowdown is deepening and affecting all sectors of the economy.
Mallika Kapur discusses why India's government is pushing for food price controls.
Indian GDP growth slides to 5.3% a clear sign that the country's slowdown is deepening and affecting all sectors of the economy.
Investors are headed for a tough day Wednesday as worries about Europe's debt, specifically the Spanish banking system, are again shaking confidence.
U.S. stocks could get a lift Tuesday from growing hopes that Greece might avoid an exit from the eurozone, and that China might soon announce a stimulus package for its slowing economy.
U.S. stocks were poised for a lackluster open Friday, as anxiety persists over Europe.
U.S. stocks were headed for a modestly higher open Thursday, taking a cue from European markets as they rebounded from the downturn created by the Greek debt crisis.
After nearly a full day in the red, stocks erased most of their losses in the last half hour of trading Wednesday.
U.S. stocks face a tough road Wednesday as investors worry about Greece leaving the eurozone and a slowdown in Asian economies. Technology stocks may come under pressure after Dell reported weak sales, sending its shares plunging nearly 13% in premarket trading.
U.S. stocks ended flat Tuesday, after turning sharply lower during the final hour of trading amid fears that Greece will leave the eurozone.
New overseas worries were offset by some better than expected earnings from U.S. retailers early Tuesday, putting U.S. markets on course for another uneven day of trading.
A plunge in Facebook's stock didn't faze the broader U.S. market Monday. U.S. stocks bounced back from their worst week of the year on renewed optimism that European leaders would find a way out of the sovereign debt crisis.
U.S. stocks were poised to rebound Monday, after closing out one of the worst weeks of the year, as investors pinned their hopes on European leaders' abilities to manage the continent's debt crisis.
Stocks closed out an ugly week. Despite initial euphoria surrounding the debut of Facebook on the public markets, the social network's shares barely popped above its offering price and failed to inspire investors to buy into the broader market.
As the stock market opened Friday with a ring of the bell by Mark Zuckerberg, all eyes were on Facebook -- the social media Megalodon he nursed from a dorm-room project to one of Wall Street's hottest prospects ever.
U.S. stocks were poised for a higher open Friday as investor excitement over the Facebook initial public offering countered continued worries about the European sovereign debt crisis.
Asian shares dropped, with Japan's stock index falling to a four-month low, as investors dumped risky assets amid growing worries about Europe compounded by disappointing US economic data.
Following a positive start, U.S. stocks closed in the red for a fourth straight session Wednesday, as investors weighed strong U.S. economic data against ongoing uncertainty about Greece's political situation.
U.S. stocks struggled during a choppy trading Tuesday as investors digested mixed news out of Europe.
U.S. stocks were poised for a positive start Tuesday, following better-than-expected economic growth in Germany.
Even as his campaign portrays him as a champion of the middle class and a crusader to keep Wall Street from melting down as it did three years ago, President Barack Obama was set to leave New York Monday with a sizable haul of cash from industries whose excesses he decries from the stump.
So much for gold being a safe investment in times of market volatility.
Markets are having difficulty establishing a bullish platform as continuing worries over the eurozone counteract news of more monetary easing in China.
Fareed's Take on the eurozone.
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Stocks finished lower Friday, ending a down week for the major indexes, as weakness in the banking sector weighed on the market.
U.S. stocks ended mixed Thursday afternoon as investors welcomed a slight dip in jobless claims but remained cautious amid ongoing uncertainty in Greece and the rest of Europe.
U.S. stocks bounced back somewhat from a sharp sell-off Wednesday, but all three major indexes closed in the red as investors continue to fret about Greece and Spain.
U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open Wednesday as investors remained on edge over developments in Europe.
U.S. stocks sank Tuesday, although the major indexes closed off session lows, as Greece's uncertain political situation keeps investors on edge.
U.S. stocks were set to open lower Tuesday as Greece's uncertain political situation keeps investors on edge.
Iran is accepting renminbi for some of the crude oil it supplies to China, industry executives in Beijing and Kuwait and Dubai-based bankers said, partly as a consequence of US sanctions aimed at limiting Tehran's nuclear programme.
Asian equities fell after U.S. jobs data disappointed and the election of François Hollande as French president raised concerns about Europe's debt crisis.
BP Capital Management chairman T. Boone Pickens says it's not appropriate to place blame on one person for gas prices.
The average price for a gallon of regular U.S. gasoline slipped almost 7 cents over the past two weeks, chasing a drop in crude oil prices, according to a nationwide survey published Sunday.
Pricing for Facebook's premium "social" advertisements continues to rise, two recent studies have found -- a positive indicator that could offset concerns about a dip in advertising growth and help sentiment towards the internet company's initial public offering.
Hundreds of protestors took to the streets of Manhattan's financial distric Egyptians did it for democracy. So did people in Tunisia, Yemen, Bahrain and Syria. Now, activist groups are hoping Americans will launch their own uprising -- in the form of thousands of protesters descending on Wall Street this weekend.
Christine Romans looks at how Facebook is gearing up for an IPO despite slowing growth.
As Wall Street makes final preparations for the largest technology debut by value in history, it has also faced what some bankers and investors have come to see as a series of snubs from Facebook.
U.S. stocks moved higher Friday, capping a weekly gain, as upbeat corporate results outweighed a weaker-than-expected report on first-quarter economic growth.
U.S. stocks were poised to open slightly higher Friday, losing some momentum on concerns about weaker-than-expected U.S. economic growth and European debt, as Ford beat earnings expectations for the quarter.
Stronger-than-expected results from Apple and other major companies have U.S. stocks poised for a higher open Wednesday.