The Bradley Katsuyama-led Investors’ Exchange could help level the playing field between the fast and the superfast in U.S. equity market trading.
An area of 386,000 acres in western Canada, already reported scorched, is something of a moving target — and more than twice the size of New York City.
Taiwan’s Foxconn, a key Apple contractor, will reportedly gain a controlling stake in Sharp, a troubled Japanese electronics company.
Amid a sharp drop in iPhone sales growth, hedge funds are overweighting Apple’s equity and mutual funds are underweighting its stock.
The world’s second-largest economy expanded by 6.9 percent in 2015, its smallest annual percentage increase since 1990, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.
Prospects for growth in emerging-market economies have rattled the confidence of investors, the Bank for International Settlements said in a report released Sunday.
The People’s Bank of China likely is feeling the pressure to pull on its policy levers because of the country’s economic slowdown and its stock-market crash.
Based on the balance between deflation and inflation, China’s authorities appear well-positioned to do even more in the way of economic and market stimulus.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden says the approach would enable a program to offer two extra years of schooling to “responsible students” tuition-free.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says the fund would be “delighted” to work with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Chinese monetary and fiscal authorities could soon be on the same page in terms of providing stimulus in the world’s No. 2 economy.
At issue is the role played by HSBC’s Swiss private bank in a massive tax-dodging scheme.
Debt in the crude-oil industry may be a major factor in the collapse of the commodity’s pricing, the Bank for International Settlements says.
The Everest Capital Global hedge fund may be among the first fatalities of Swiss franc shock. It might not be the last.
"I call on all the French people to rise up this Sunday ... to defend the values of democracy, freedom and pluralism," Francois Hollande says.
National Transportation Safety Board investigators may soon interview the 7-year-old sole survivor of a plane crash in Kentucky.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. was the leader of the pack, with a cool $25 billion involved in its initial public offering.
Indonesia AirAsia QZ8501's fate is unknown, but the flight could be associated with the first fatalities in the 18-year history of AirAsia Bhd.
Banks reportedly have agreed to arrange for $6.25 billion in financing to seal the deal.
"The fundamentals should not lead to this dramatic reduction [in price]," OPEC Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri says Sunday.