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U.S. crude prices plunged more than 5%, below $30 per barrel as the market braced for more Iranian oil exports.
U.S. and Brent crude prices moved below $30 a barrel in European trading hours on Friday, as the commodity came under renewed selling pressure.
Amazon.com’s China arm has registered as an ocean freight forwarder.
General Electric said on Friday it has agreed to sell its appliances business to Qingdao Haier for $5.4 billion.
U.S. and Brent crude prices threatened to again push below the $30-a-barrel levels on Friday, as the commodity came under renewed selling pressure.
Chinese shares tumbled again on Friday, with the Shanghai index closing lower than at any time since December 2014.
We always say "it's not how the market opens, it's how it 'closes'.
Intel Corp reported a marginal rise in quarterly revenue, reversing two quarters of declines, as growth in its data center business more than offset weak sales to PC makers.
Ford Motor Co will announce a new automobile plant in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi during the first quarter, three Mexican officials familiar with company plans said on Thursday.
Options traders are preparing for a relatively big move in Intel Corp.'s stock , after the chip maker reports fourth-quarter results after Thursday's closing bell.
Goldman Sachs announced a $5.1 billion settlement to resolve probes into the banking giant’s handling of mortgage backed securities in the run up to the 2008 financial crisis.
Oil stocks were broadly higher Thursday, as a surge in crude oil prices helped fuel a bounce of multiyear lows.
Goldman Sachs was fined $15 million by the Securities and Exchange Commission for violating securities lending practices.
JetBlue warned of delays or cancellations Thursday after a power outage took down its main website and affected customers checking in for flights.
State Street is paying $12 million to settle charges from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it conducted a pay-to-play scheme through its then-senior vice president and a hired lobbyist to win contracts to service Ohio pension funds.
U.S. equity markets had a change of heart as they shook off steep losses from the prior session.