The dollar slumped in Asia Wednesday as another weak batch of U.S. data all but hammered any chance of the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates this month.
A U.S. federal judge has temporarily granted Hanjin Shipping Co.'s request to have bankruptcy protections from its South Korean proceedings recognized in the United States.
The Canadian auto workers' union has picked General Motors Co. as a potential strike target in contract talks with the Detroit Three automakers.
Sleepy Guyana has long been one of the hemisphere's poorest places, a sparsely populated nation on South America's northern shoulder that relies heavily on exports of sugar, rice and gold.
U.S. employers slowed their hiring in August and barely raised wages. They added a modest 151,000 jobs, about half the blockbuster gains of the two previous months.
U.S. sales of new cars and trucks were expected to drop in August, ending summer on a low note for the auto industry and making it less likely that this year's auto sales will match the record set in 2015.
The U.S. dollar edged down against the yen Thursday, snapping a week-long winning streak as traders await jobs data that could seal the case for a September U.S. interest rate hike.
The National Labor Relations Board is ordering Volkswagen to engage in bargaining with a group of skilled-trades workers who voted to be represented by the United Auto Workers union at the German automaker's lone U.S. plant in Tennessee.
The pace of gains in U.S. home prices slowed in June but solid demand and tight supplies should keep a floor on the market, analysts said Tuesday.
Sin City and Asian investors are going all in on Chinese tourism, as some of Las Vegas' latest developments on and off the Strip target Chinese nationals and Chinese-Americans.