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The DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund returned negative 0.14% in March, underperforming 53% of peers, according to Morningstar data released Tuesday.
Gold futures fell on Tuesday for a fifth session as traders mulled mixed U.S. economic data for clues on the demand outlook for the metal.
General Motors Co. said Tuesday that computer system problems were delaying the release of its March U.S. car sales numbers.
The biggest U.S. investment bank is planning on selling its NYSE floor unit as human-based trading at the Big Board dwindles.
The auto industry bounced back in March after a lackluster winter, as demand for pickup trucks fueled sales at Ford and Chrysler Group.
The Pimco Total Return Fund , run by bond manager Bill Gross, returned negative 0.57% in March, lagging 95% of peers, according to Morningstar data estimates released Tuesday.
News Corp, its Chairman Rupert Murdoch and other top officials have won the dismissal of a U.S. lawsuit accusing them of defrauding shareholders by concealing widespread, illegal phone hacking at two of its British newspapers.
Citigroup Inc. fired two traders over its Mexican fraud debacle for violating internal policies, according to media reports.
Eli Lilly expanded a generic drug agreement on Tuesday that enables Prasco to market a generic version of Lilly’s osteoporosis treatment Evista in the U.S.
Credit investment and private equity firm Ares Management LP filed to go public on Monday in what would be the first initial public offering by a major alternative asset manager since Carlyle Group LP's flotation two years ago.
GrubHub Inc, the largest U.S. online food delivery services company, raised the expected price range for its initial public offering of 7.03 million shares to $23-$25 per share from $20-$22 per share.
Ford Motor Co said it expects U.S. auto sales to be 16.
Technology stocks were mostly higher Tuesday, with solid gains from shares of chipmakers, Nvidia Corp. and Marvell Technology.
The New York Stock Exchange said Tuesday it will delist the American depositary shares of China-based solar company LDK Solar Co. Trading will be suspended immediately, the exchange said.
Shares of Intuitive Surgical jumped 14% after the device maker said its next-generation non-invasive surgical system was approved for marketing in the U.S.
Outlays for U.S. construction projects rose 0.1% in February to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $945.7 billion, led by nonresidential projects, the U.S. Commerce Department reported Tuesday.
U.S. manufacturing companies expanded in March at a slightly faster pace compared to the prior month, a survey of executives found.
U.S. manufacturing growth sped up in March as production revved up following a tough winter. However, factory employment dipped.
Ford Motor Company's U.S. vehicle sales rose 3% to 244,167 in March, from 236,160 vehicles in the same period a year earlier, the car maker said Tuesday.
The final Markit PMI for the U.S. in March was unchanged at 55.5, down from 57.1 in February.