Market positioning ahead of Sunday's constitutional referendum suggests guarded optimism after weekly gains for Italian stocks.
Morgan Stanley slashes the valuation of its holding in India's leading local e-commerce player Flipkart to $5.54 billion as opposed to $15.5 billion at its peak.
Howard Schultz, 63, will step down, effective April 3, 2017, the global coffee powerhouse Starbucks said, just days ahead of its annual meeting with investors. Starbucks Original logo, pictured.
With OPEC's news on oil production limits, gold investors are losing their grip.
The president-elect's pick for Transportation Secretary made at least $1.1 million last year as a corporate director, highlighting her ability to revolve between government service and the private sector.
The Russell 2000 soared to a record, and the greenback notched its highest level in 13 years.
Fraudsters are expanding their network of stealing identities and are increasingly targeting deceased individuals to commit fraud such as opening credit card applications.
The company's latest moves are about more than just delivering pizza.
Exhibition shows how Degas fused family, photography and classical drawing technique in his greatest works
The ECB could decide to extend quantitative easing at its meeting next week.
Wall Street is looking at a quieter coming week with just a trickle of economic data to analyze before the Federal Reserve meeting on Dec. 13-14.
The markets will be watching important developments in Europe this week along with earnings reports from major U.S. companies.
The five companies have a combined valuation of nearly $200 billion; by remaining private, they feel insulated from economic uncertainty and market volatility.
The latest populist wage protests will come to a head for many companies in 2017.
Wall Street still thinks Whole Foods is an unsubstantiated risk, even with management reconstruction afoot.
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