Stock markets in the U.S., Europe and Asia gained more than 1 percent Monday as Greece avoided a "Grexit."
Greece submitted reform proposals to Eurogroup officials Thursday as the county teeters on the brink of bankruptcy.
U.S. stocks rallied Thursday after equities in Asia rebounded following a sharp selloff a day earlier.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Plunges 260 Points Amid Global Fears; NYSE Resumes Trading After 'Surprise' Halt
U.S. stocks were under sharp pressure Wednesday, even before a trading glitch at the New York Stock Exchange.
The New York Stock Exchange unexpectedly halted trading Wednesday for more than three hours, due to a technical issue.
Federal Reserve System: Why Greece, China And Puerto Rico Could Prevent The FOMC From Raising Rates In 2015
A growing number of economists say events in Greece, China and Puerto Rico may cause the U.S. central bank to hold off on interest rate hikes planned for later in 2015.
Investors continue to grapple with concerns Greece will exit the eurozone, as well as the extreme volatility roiling China's stock markets.
U.S. stocks dropped Tuesday after Greece failed to submit new written proposals to its creditors.
Greek Debt Crisis: Eurogroup Meeting Live Stream, Where To Watch And Check For Updates On Greek Bailout
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is headed for a showdown with creditors Tuesday after a resounding majority of Greeks voted against austerity demands Sunday.
Developments in Iran, China, the U.S. and Greece combined to hammer global crude oil prices.
U.S. stocks remained largely unchanged Monday after Greeks overwhelmingly rejected austerity measures over the weekend.
"With the difficult circumstances prevailing today you made a very brave choice," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.
Greek Referendum Live Results Update: 'No' Vote Set To Win With 61% Says Greek Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis
"I'm fully aware the mandate you gave me is not one of a rupture with Europe but a mandate to strengthen our negotiating position to seek a viable solution."
A "no" vote from Greek voters could lead to Greece's exit from the eurozone and a return to the drachma.
Greeks go to the polls Sunday in a pivotal moment that could determine the country's fate in the eurozone.
Although Yelp has received interest from “several” potential suitors, the company will hold off on a sale for the "immediate future."
The employment report left investors wondering whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will remain on course to lift interest rates in September.
A robust jobs report could provide further evidence the U.S. economy is on strong enough footing to absorb the impact of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike in September.
Economists are looking ahead to the U.S. employment report for June, which is forecast to show another strong month of job creation.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Jumps 100 Points On Renewed Hopes Greece Will Strike A Debt Deal With Creditors Ahead Of Referendum
The Dow leapt 100 points on renewed hopes Greece would strike a bailout deal with its international creditors after Athens defaulted on its debt payment to the IMF.
Greece's debt crisis is coming down to the wire as the country will be in arrears on an International Monetary Fund payment of 1.6 billion euros ($1.78 billion) as of midnight.
What's Next For Greece? As PM Alexis Tsipras Faces Looming Default, Greek Citizens May Decide The Country's Ultimate Fate
European Union authorities are making a last-ditch offer to Athens to save the country from going bankrupt, but Athens is likely hours away from defaulting on its debt.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Plunges 350 Points As Greek Exit Fears Rise, S&P Slashes Greece's Credit Rating
Standard & Poor’s estimates there's a 50 percent chance Greek will exit the eurozone.
What Are Capital Controls? 5 Things To Know About The Restrictions Imposed By Greek PM Alexis Tsipras
The Greek government wants to prevent citizens from stashing all of their cash under their mattresses.
Global stock markets tumbled on Monday amid fears a "Grexit" would ensue — a situation in which Athens would default and leave the eurozone.
Greece failed to strike a deal with its international lenders over the weekend, sending European and Asian markets tumbling.
U.S. consumer optimism jumped this month, offsetting investors' concerns about Greece's ongoing debt crisis.
Nike Inc (NKE) Stock Price Rallies 2% In After-Hours Trading As Athletic Retailer’s Q4 Earnings Swoosh Past Forecasts
Demand for Nike’s Jordan, LeBron and Kobe basketball shoe brands have continued to drive strong sales growth.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Closes Lower As Greece, Eurozone Creditors Fail To Reach A Bailout Deal
The blue-chip index lost 70 points Thursday after Greece failed to secure a bailout deal with creditors.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Shakes Off Greece Drama As Healthcare Stocks Soar After Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies
Thursday’s gains were driven by the healthcare sector, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act are legal.