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General Electric on Friday reported growth in its core earnings and revenue for the fourth quarter, though profit in its industrials business slid.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Friday she is running for a second term to lead the Washington-based institution.
Yahoo will decide on its next strategic steps only after releasing quarterly earnings on Feb. 2.
U.S. equity markets jumped on Friday as global oil prices staged a recovery and investors bet on more stimulus from the world's central banks.
Hong Kong shares enjoyed some respite from a savage selloff in recent weeks, with the benchmark Hang Seng Index jumping nearly 3 percent.
China's fragile shares ended higher on Friday, in a relatively muted response to hints of more policy stimulus in Europe and Japan.
Oil rose by more than 8%, as a cold snap boosted demand for heating oil across the United States and Europe.
U.S. stock futures shot higher early Friday, as crude oil prices continued to climb.
North Korea says it has detained a U.S. college student, claiming the person committed a "hostile act against the state," according to media reports Friday.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive James Dimon will receive $27 million in total compensation for 2015, up $7 million from the prior year, according to a securities filing.
Credit card issuer American Express Co reported a 39.2 percent fall in quarterly profit as the company's non-interest revenue fell 10.6 percent.
Starbucks Corp reported better-than-expected sales growth at established cafes in the holiday quarter, helped by strength in its Americas division, its largest.
Is a dark cloud of recession risk looming above the U.S. economy’s head? It depends on what you look at: Equity markets aren’t predicting it, but data might indicate danger ahead.
Stock market volatility has fueled growing doubts that the Fed can raise interest rates as fast as central bank policy makers had forecasted last month.
When it comes to the state of the global economy and plummeting commodity prices, Harvard University Professor says look to China for some answers.
Southwestern Energy announced a workforce-reduction plan that will lay off or reduce the roles of about 45% of its employees. Move is expected to cut annual costs by $150 million to $175 million.
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher Thursday, on track to trim losses from the prior session, after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi hinted at more monetary stimulus.
Eurozone government bond yields plummeted Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi signaled that the ECB might authorize additional monetary easing measures at its March meeting.
The European Central bank will "review and possibly reconsider" it monetary policy stance when it next meets in March because of weaker-than-expected inflation dynamics in the euro zone.
Apple Inc. suffered another blow on Thursday in regards to quarterly iPhone estimates after Credit Suisse cut its estimate on shipments for at least the second time.