Friday, January 29, 2016
World stock markets wavered Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve sounded a note of caution on the world economy and its effect on U.S. growth but left the door open for rate hikes.
Panic is so passé?
Vehicles equipped with automatic braking or front-collision warning are less likely to cause a rear-end crash, according to a study released Thursday by the insurance industry.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
The International Monetary Fund says it has made another 126.3 million euros (US$136.87 million) available to Cyprus after completing what it said was its second-to-last review of the Eurozone country's rescue deal.
Mainland Chinese stocks sank again Wednesday while other Asian markets rose and Europe retreated as investors looked ahead to the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest statement on interest rates and the economic outlook.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Global stock markets sank Tuesday, led by a plunge in the Shanghai index, after a renewed slump in the price of oil kept investors on edge about the world economy.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
As the oil price war drags on, some traders are making a killing from the opportunities created by the oversupplied market.
European shares mostly fell and Wall Street was expected to open lower on Monday as oil prices slipped back below US$32 a barrel. Earlier, Asian markets closed higher on hopes for more central bank stimulus. Keeping Score
The chairman of Saudi Arabia's state oil giant said on Monday that plans for a possible initial public offering are not being driven by a need for cash amid a global slump in oil prices, but instead signal a desire for greater openness to outside investors.