European stocks are seen opening higher on Tuesday even as a slew of Chinese data did little to ease persisting concerns about slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy.
While China's official Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) stood at a three-year low of 49.6 in November, a private reading...
Customers of Time Warner Cable in Midwest experienced outages that lasted around two hours on Monday evening, as Americans were busy making their last minute online purchases on Cyber Monday.
In a very quiet move that would have gone unnoticed but for a scrutiny into the LinkedIn profile, Google has lapped up Robert Rose, former autopilot software engineering manager of Tesla, as part of the company's Google Robotics unit.
Stocks fluctuated over the course of the trading day on Monday but maintained a negative bias for much of the session and ended mostly lower. The pullback on the day came after the major averages turned in a mixed performance last week.
President Barack Obama met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the COP21 climate conference in Paris on Monday. A statement from the Kremlin said Obama and Putin had a detailed exchange of views on the situation in Syria, where both countries have been conducting airstrikes.
After initially showing a lack of direction, stocks have come under pressure over the course of the trading session on Monday. The pullback on the day comes after the major averages turned in a mixed performance last week.
On the heels of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut earlier this month, President Barack Obama declared Monday the world can reject the efforts of terrorists by taking action on climate change.
Stocks are turning in a lackluster performance in early trading on Monday after ending the previous week mixed. The major averages have been bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line, unable to sustain any significant moves.
Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates has teamed up with other technology and corporate leaders to launch the Breakthrough Energy Coalition as part of their efforts to accelerate progress on clean energy. The announcement came just as the United Nations' conference on climate change started in Paris on Sunday.
After reporting decreases in U.S. pending home sales in the two previous months, the National Association of Realtors released a report on Monday showing a slight uptick in pending sales in the month of October.
Chicago-area business activity unexpectedly contracted in the month of November, according to a report released by MNI Indicators on Monday. The report said the Chicago Business Barometer tumbled to 48.7 in November from 56.2 in October.
Human induced global warming, especially the high emission from vehicles, is pushing up the mercury levels every year. 2015 is the warmest year in history, recording almost one degree above the pre-industrial age, says World Meteorological Organization.
After turning in a mixed performance last week, stocks may move to the upside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 33 points.
Germany's retail sales declined more-than-expected in October, reflecting a weak start to the fourth quarter spending ahead of Christmas. Retail sales dropped by real 0.4 percent in October from September, when it remained flat, figures from Destatis showed Monday. In August, sales had declined 0.7 percent.
Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Monday's session higher, as traders adopt a cautious stance ahead of several market moving economic data and events due for the week. Global cues are not very inspiring, with Asian stocks closed mostly lower, although China ended modestly higher after a volatile session. The European markets are also mixed.