One of the last interest rate hawks could make a stand this week.
Connor Betts acted alone when he shot into a street lined with bars and restaurants in Dayton, Ohio, police said, offering their most detailed timeline to date of the deadly Aug. 4 shooting.
Apple Inc., Google-parent Alphabet Inc. and other major stocks had a bizarre last few minutes of trading Tuesday, as data glitches hampered U.S. markets for a second day.
To address the difficulties faced by nonbank financial institutions such as brokerages and funds, the PBOC and relevant departments have asked some top brokerages to provide liquidity support for small and midsize nonbank institutions.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has told the central bank to stop providing funding for food imports, his spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday, a move that has raised questions about the bank’s independence.
It’s one thing for China to announce policies that will further open up its financial market, but it’s quite another to fully implement those policies in a way that allows foreign institutions to really operate with confidence and trust.
Japan’s equity investors are looking beyond the most disappointing earnings in three years, betting on a turnaround in the market on the view that valuations are cheap and the Bank of Japan will step up easing.
United Parcel Service stock was rising after the logistics giant named a new chief financial officer.
Standard Chartered Bank Korea said Wednesday its consolidated net profit climbed 2.5 percent on-year to 150.3 billion won (US$124 million) in the first half of the year.
India’s retail inflation rate eased slightly in July, staying below the central bank’s 4% medium-term target for a 12th straight month, strengthening views that there will be a policy rate cut in October.