Chinese stock indices lead Asian markets lower amid concern about soaring money market rates that central bank action on Friday did little to address. Laura Board reports.
After a rough ride in 2013, Blackberry will report earnings Friday morning. Numbers are also coming before the open from Finish Line and Walgreen. And Jim Cramer went long on Red Hat, which paid off Thursday after the company posted a big earnings beat.
The U.K.'s AstraZeneca and Germany's Bayer spend up to a combined $7.2 billion shoring up their portfolios. Laura Board reports from London.
Darden Restaurants reports quarterly results before the bell Thursday. Nike and Carnival Cruise Lines are also set to report. TheStreet's Jim Cramer makes a taper play.
Tesco aims to strengthen ties with India's Tata Group, while Bumi is cleared to cut links with its Indonesian co-founders.
AMC Entertainment will begin trading Wednesday, General Mills and FedEx report earnings and Jim Cramer tries on Nike. Plus, we wait out the Fed taper call. Jonathan Marino at the Nasdaq Market Site.
The ZEW index of analyst and investors' economic expectations surges to a near-eight year high but eyes remain firmly focused on the Fed's policy meeting. The Deal's Laura Board reports from the London newsroom.
The e-commerce giant reportedly is making another play into a new revenue stream. Facebook also is reportedly unveiling a big new product for advertisers this week. And a pick from Jim Cramer. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq.
Investors will be watching Sprint and T-Mobile this morning on reports of a potential merger, why Twitter's getting 'favorites,' and Jim Cramer's phone pick. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq.
Private equity firms including KKR and Goldman's PE arm sold the last of their stock in the discount retailer; Restoration Hardware's CEO is out to get 'Lucky' and Jim Cramer picks a rebound stock for '14.