stock-market-010815_15oct18.jpg European stocks fell slightly on Monday to hover near a 22-month low as investors watched Brexit developments and currency movements ahead of this week's European Union summit. A slew of other factors such as rising U.S. interest rates, concerns over slowing Chinese growth and a growing feud between...

asian-markets2_15oct18.jpg European stocks may open flat to slightly lower on Monday as worries about global trade and economic growth persist. Asian markets are mostly lower, with Japanese shares leading regional losses on the buzz that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would later announce a hike in sales tax. Chinese shares...

pharma-012617_14oct18.jpg Today's Daily Dose brings you news about AcelRx Pharma's pain medication DSUVIA getting thumbs up from FDA panel; near-term catalyst of Auris Medical; regulatory nod for Grifols' ID CORE XT kit for molecular red blood cell typing; Iovance' public offering and Tandem's t:slim X2 Insulin Pump approval in Canada.

wallstreet-sept19_12oct18.jpg Stocks fluctuated over the course of the trading session on Friday but managed to end the day significantly higher. With the higher close on the day, the major averages regained some ground following a two-day sell-off.

dona-maria-101218.jpg A House race in a South Florida congressional district Democrats had targeted as an easy pickup in their bid take control of Congress is neck-and-neck, according to the results of a new Mason Dixon-Telemundo poll.

andrew-brunson-101218.jpg A Turkish court on Friday ordered American pastor Andrew Brunson to be released from house arrest, drawing praise from President Donald Trump. Brunson was convicted of terror-related charges but will be allowed to leave Turkey due to good behavior and the time he has already served.

wallstreet2-061318_12oct18.jpg After moving sharply higher at the start of trading, stocks have given back some ground over the course of the trading session on Friday. The major averages have pulled back off their best levels of the day but remain in positive territory.

washingtondeathpenalty-oct12.jpg Washington became the 20th American state to outlaw capital punishment after its Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the current death penalty statute is unconstitutional as it was applied in an "arbitrary and racially biased manner."

etoro-crypto-101218.jpg Israeli social trading platform eToro has cut the costs of investing in cryptocurrencies on its platform in order to attract more retail investors and to promote mass adoption of cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology that underpins it. The cut in spread trade fees on all crypto-assets listed on the eToro platform will be effective immediately.

rttcalendar-oct12.jpg Cryptocurrencies, led by Bitcoin, opened the week firmly in the green, boosted by the improvement in the market sentiment witnessed since late last week. However, they lost momentum soon and trended lower. Here is a collection of the main news from the cryptocurrency and blockchain space this week.

wallstreet-aug14_12oct18.jpg Stocks moved sharply higher at the start of trading on Friday following the sell-off seen over the course of the two previous sessions. The major averages have given back some ground since the open but remain firmly positive.

intercontinental-hotels-101218.jpg InterContinental Hotels Group plc said it will remove plastic straws from its global estate by the end of 2019, representing more than 5,400 hotels in nearly 100 countries. According to the UK-based company, it has already removed plastic straws from nearly 1,000 hotels in its Europe, Middle East, Asia & Africa or EMEAA region.

donald-j-trump1-101218.jpg Members of President Donald Trump's legal team are preparing answers to written questions submitted by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to multiple media reports. The questions provided by Mueller reportedly focus on allegations of collusion between Trump's presidential campaign and the Russian...

consumer-101218.jpg With consumers offering less favorable assessments of their personal finances, the University of Michigan released a report on Friday unexpectedly showing a modest decrease in U.S. consumer sentiment in the month of October.

import-export-101218.jpg Reflecting a substantial rebound in fuel prices, the Labor Department released a report on Friday showing a much bigger than expected increase in U.S. import prices in the month of September. The Labor Department said import prices climbed by 0.5 percent.

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