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The Federal Reserve releases May industrial production figures Monday at 9:15 a.m. Eastern.
The Bank of Russia on Monday cut its key interest rate to 11.5% from 12.5%, in response to lower inflation risks and fears of a considerable slowdown in the economy.
Malaysia's struggling national carmaker Proton is joining forces with Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp. in its latest bid to boost sales.
World stocks sank Monday as Greece inched closer to default after weekend talks with international creditors over freeing up the rest of its bailout funds went nowhere.
Saudi Arabia's stock exchange, valued at $585 billion, has opened up to direct foreign investment for the first time.
How slow can you go? The effort to get trade U.S. trade legislation through Congress, clearing the way for progress on an Asia-Pacific trade accord, is in limbo once again.
United Technologies Corp. has announced it will separate its Connecticut-based Sikorksy Aircraft business as it exits the helicopter business.
A government data warehouse stores information forever on millions of consumers seeking coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Greece Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told a German newspaper that he would rule out a 'Grexit', or the country's exit from the euro zone, because it's not a "sensible solution."
German retail and wholesale group Metro AG is selling its department store business in Germany and Belgium to Canadian retailer Hudson's Bay for just over 2.8 billion euros (around $3.2 billion).
Authorities say no one was injured after a natural gas pipeline rupture sparked a massive fire that prompted home evacuations in South Texas.
Bake sales? So 20th century.
Rival planemakers Airbus SA and Boeing Corp. are gearing up to sell hundreds of jets and make billions of dollars in deals at the 51st International Paris Air Show opening Monday.
Francisco Xavier emerges from a payday loan shop, his brow more furrowed with worry than when he entered.
About 10 hours ahead of the start of U.S. stock trading in New York, share-index futures were implying a lower open for Monday.
Standard Pacific Corp. and Ryland Group Inc. have agreed to merge in an all-stock transaction that will create a single homebuilder with operations in 17 states.
Asian stocks slipped and the euro sank Monday as Greece inched closer to a possible default after weekend talks with international creditors over freeing up the rest of its bailout funds went nowhere.
Here are the latest trading levels for Asia's major stock markets: Tokyo (Nikkei Average ) down 0.3% ; Hong Kong (Hang Seng Index ) down 1% ; Shanghai (Shanghai Composite Index ) down 0.5% ; Sydney (S&P/ASX 200 ) down 0.5% ; Seoul (Kospi ) down 0.2% ; Taipei (Taiex ) down 0.2% Copyright © 2015 MarketWatch, Inc.
Australian stocks suffered a Monday depression, with many of the heaviest-weighted sectors trading firmly in the loss column.
Japanese stocks started the week by sliding downhill, encouraged into losses by the lack of progress on a Greek debt deal, a weak finish for Wall Street on Friday and an unsympathetic yen.