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The Japanese share market fell more than 3 percent on Monday after a series of earthquakes measuring up to 7.3 magnitude struck a southern manufacturing hub.
Stocks and oil prices pared losses Monday, recovering from steep falls after major oil producers failed to reach an agreement to freeze production.
As earnings season shifts into high gear next week in what is expected to be the weakest U.S. quarterly results reporting period since 2009, the hope among some is that this is as bad as it's going to get.
Oil prices slid on Monday after key producers failed to negotiate a curb on their output, fueling concerns that this could hit the recent recovery in the crude market.
Saudi Arabia demanded on Sunday that Iran join a global deal on freezing oil output, jeopardizing the chances of an agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC producers that was supposed to prop up the price of crude.
The Federal Reserve's latest bout of patience bought many emerging-market economies some breathing room.
Solar energy company SunEdison said on Friday it was in talks for potential debtor-in-possession financing with some of its first and second-lien lenders.
Better-than-expected bank earnings give stocks weekly win.
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U.S. stocks closed out a healthy week of gains in negative territory Friday as a retreat in crude-oil prices weighed on energy shares ahead of a key meeting of major oil producers slated for Sunday in Doha, Qatar.
President Obama on Friday released his 2015 federal income tax returns, showing the first family's effective tax rate is 18.7%.
Following a scheduled meeting in the deserts of Doha, Qatar on Sunday, global oil markets will have more clarity about where some of the world’s biggest producers stand on their willingness to help ease the global supply glut that’s plagued the market for nearly two years.
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In a week when coal miner filed for bankruptcy and rival bank increased its provision for credit losses by 46% largely because of pressure on its energy, metals and mining clients, investors' focus was naturally on energy portfolio.
What: Shares of BofI Holding are trading down by 10% as of 2:45 p.m. ET.
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