Oil prices fell by up to 3 percent for a second straight day on Wednesday as a resurgent dollar weighed on the market ahead of U.S. inventory data.
U.S. stocks rose modestly in late morning trading Wednesday, recovering part of a steep loss from the day before.
Friends and teammates of a California softball player who has been on life support since suffering a brain aneurysm on the field Saturday continue to spread awareness by using the hashtag #PrayforDana on social media.
Tiffany & Co.'s stock is soaring $10.02, or 11.72%, to $95.55 in morning trade, putting it on track to produce the biggest price gain in its 28-year history.
A Vermont woman's simple gesture—reaching into a bag of grapes—ended up landing her in the hospital.
Yields on Greek government bonds moved sharply lower in afternoon action on Wednesday after media reports said debt-laden Greece is in the final stages of reaching a deal with its international creditors.
Until she takes her medicine, the only apt topics for Clinton coverage are the scandals and controversies from which she is hiding.
At a press conference, Attorney General Loretta Lynch declined to comment on whether FIFA President Sepp Blatter could still be charged in a bribery case that so far has resulted in the indictment of nine officials and five corporate executives.
The major averages traded solidly higher in midday trade Wednesday, moving to recoup sharp losses in the prior session as investors weighed the impact of a stronger dollar, and focused on luxury retail earnings.
European stocks jumped Wednesday afternoon following reports that debt-troubled Greece is in the final stages of a deal with its international creditors.