U.S. crude oil prices were lower on Thursday on a stronger dollar and a goomy World Bank economic outlook. A bullish report on global demand from the International Energy Agency on failed to dispel global supply concerns.
Natural-gas futures on Thursday traded modestly lower after the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported
The International Monetary Fund's technical team that was in Brussels to help negotiate details of a new reform package that would unlock more bailout funds has returned to Washington, Gerry Rice, a spokesman for the IMF, said Thursday.
10 years after it devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, the events surrounding Hurricane Katrina were dissected at the American Meteorological Society’s conference on Broadcast Meteorology, Weather Warnings and Communication Wednesday.
U.S. stocks rose early Thursday after an encouraging report on retail sales and hope that Greece won't default on its debt.
Inventories at U.S. businesses rose 0.4% in April, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage shot up to 4.04% in the week that ended June 11, hitting the highest rate since October 2014, from 3.87% in the prior week, according to a Thursday report from federally controlled mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.
The Pentagon is ready to try what appears to be a "Field of Dreams" strategy in Iraq, hoping to entice Sunnis to join the fight against ISIS with an "If you build it, they will come" plan for a new military training site.
Whole Foods says it will name its new chain of smaller stores with lower prices after its "365 Everyday Value" house brand.
U.S. stocks are opening slightly higher, building on a big gain from the day before.
Citrix Systems Inc.'s stock shot up 6.4% in morning trade Thursday, to trade above the $70 level for the first time since Oct. 6, 2014, after activist investor Elliott Management requested a meeting with the company's board to share its ideas on how to improve Citrix.
Whole Foods Market Inc. said Thursday its planned network of lower-cost stores will be named "365 by Whole Foods Market" after the retailer's in-store brand 365, and will begin opening in 2016.
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Thursday as investors assessed a number of economic reports including monthly retail sales.