The U.S. economy bounced back in the April-June quarter after shrinking in the first three months of the year due to labor disputes at West Coast ports.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Gains 120 Points As Federal Reserve Remains On Track To Raise Rates In September
Policymakers said the economy is “expanding moderately,” signaling the Fed remains on course to lift interest rates in September -- for the first time in nearly a decade.
An inevitable rise in interest rates will have broad affects on consumers as windows of opportunity narrow on these three types of financial products.
The central bank's announcement could shed more light on when the Fed plans to lift interest rates this year, which would be the first time in nearly a decade.
Slowing subscriber growth weighed on social media stocks in after-hours trading Tuesday.
Economists await a Wednesday statement from the U.S. Federal Reserve that could shed light on plans to raise interest rates.
Earnings season continues in full force this week as nearly a third of the S&P 500, or roughly 160 companies, are due to report results.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Rebounds As Investors Shake Off China Fears Ahead Of Federal Reserve Statement
Investors are looking to the Fed’s policy meeting for more clues on when the central bank plans to hike interest rates.
Investors continue to grapple with concerns about the extreme volatility roiling China's stock markets, adding to fears the world’s second largest economy is slowing.
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) Stock Price Surges 18% On Surprise Q2 Profit, Sales Leap 20% On Strength In North America
The e-commerce company posts a surprise quarterly profit after a long history of sacrificing profits for rapid sales growth.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops 100 Points, Turns Negative For 2015 After Caterpillar Inc (CAT), 3M Co (MMM) Sink 3%
A trio of mixed earnings results from blue-chip stocks send the index into the red for the year.
Only 53 percent of companies have topped revenue forecasts during earnings season, below the 61 percent average beat rate since 2002.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops Nearly 100 Points On Apple Inc (AAPL), Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Earnings
Shipments of the flagship iPhone came in below forecasts, sending Apple shares down more than 5 percent.
Apple, Microsoft and Yahoo are each scheduled to post financial results after the closing bell Tuesday.
This week marks a pinnacle for corporate earnings, with nearly 130 companies scheduled to report results for the second quarter.
EBay's market capitalization will shrink to around $34 billion following the spinoff.
Strong earnings from the world's largest Internet company sent the stock above $700 for the first time ever.
Greek Bailout 2015: Timeline Of Key Events Greece Faces Next, What's Coming In The Weeks And Months Ahead
Athens faces more steps before a deal can be finalized with international creditors.
The car was involved in its first injury accident, causing minor whiplash for three people aboard.
European stocks rose after the European Central Bank announced the new pledges, but uncertainty clouds the issue.
“I ask all Americans to pray for the families that are grief stricken.”
The movie-streaming service and chipmaker both topped Wall Street forecasts in the second quarter.
Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Trade Higher After Fed Chair Janet Yellen Reiterates Plan To Hike Rates In 2015
The Federal Reserve is laying the groundwork for the central bank's first interest rate increase since 2006.
Greece Bailout Explained: 5 Hurdles Greek PM Alexis Tsipras Still Faces Before Securing A Third Bailout
The path to a third bailout is littered with stumbling blocks.
Investors await Fed boss Janet Yellen’s testimony before Congress this week, for clues about plans to raise interest rates.
A report on a fake news site called bloomberg.market caused Twitter Inc.'s stock to jump Tuesday.
Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Gain As Oil Prices Boost Energy Sector Following Iran Nuclear Deal
Broader developments in China are likely to have a larger effect on oil prices than changes in Iranian oil exports, analysts say.
The big banks are the first of six in the U.S. to post quarterly results between Tuesday and July 20.
The deal still needs approval by national parliaments in Europe, including the Greek parliament by Wednesday.
Many experts agree the country needs some kind of forbearance on its massive debt, beyond pension reforms and spending cuts.