U.S. stock-index futures late Sunday pointed to more losses when Wall Street starts the week.
Here are the latest trading levels for Asia's major stock markets: Tokyo (Nikkei Average) closed for holiday ; Hong Kong (Hang Seng Index) down 0.7% ; Shanghai (Shanghai Composite Index) down 1.1% ; Sydney (S&P/ASX 200) down 0.7% ; Seoul (Kospi) down 0.7% Taipei (Taiex) down 2.3% Copyright © 2014 MarketWatch, Inc.
Hong Kong stocks opened lower Monday morning, extending their weakness seen at the end of last week.
The Obama administration's promise to limit U.S. military engagement against Islamic State militants makes it difficult to accept Turkey's terms for joining the fight in neighboring Syria.
Taiwan stocks were leading losses in Asia Monday morning, with the Taiex down 2.1% in early trades.
Covered California's no-bid contracts were for a variety of services, ranging from public relations to paying for ergonomic adjustments to work stations, according to an Associated Press review of contracting records obtained through the state Public Records Act.
ACTIVISTS SAY Kurdish fighters have been able to halt the advance of the Islamic State in the Syrian border town of Kobani, where a US-led coalition has been conducting airstrikes, as the militants claim responsibility for a bombing that killed dozens in Iraq.
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Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein says he plans to buy the Pier Shops at Caesars in Atlantic City.
Australian stocks moved decisively to the downside early Monday, with gains for some major miners unable to offset losses from financials and energy names.
Four new films couldn't catch "Gone Girl" at theaters this weekend.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Burgess on Sunday said the ban violates the U.S. constitutional guarantee of due process and equal protection.
President Obama says the White House is bracing for a possible doomsday scenario if hackers can successfully penetrate government and business computer systems, FOX Business has learned.