Following the sell-off seen in the previous session, stocks showed a strong move back to the upside during trading on Wednesday. The markets benefited from a positive reaction to the latest batch of economic news.
U.S. crude oil ended higher on Wednesday, despite official data from the Energy Information Administration that showed crude stockpiles in the U.S. to have increased more than expected last week.
Early Wednesday, data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed crude stockpiles in the U.S....
Gold futures ended lower on Wednesday, with investors turning to the riskier equity assets after global stock markets rebounded as the dollar trended higher on some upbeat economic data from the U.S.
Concerns over China and a possibly ill-timed U.S. interest rate hike in the offing have been making...
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., announced her support for the nuclear agreement with Iran on Wednesday, giving President Barack Obama the votes needed to sustain a veto of a resolution of disapproval.
After moving sharply higher at the open, stocks have given back some ground over the course of the trading day on Wednesday but remain mostly positive. The gains on the day are partly offsetting the steep losses posted in the previous session.
In a move likely to benefit former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, CNN announced that it is amending the criteria for the upcoming Republican presidential debate.
Stocks moved sharply higher at the start of trading on Wednesday, regaining some ground following the sell-off seen in the previous session. The major averages jumped firmly into positive territory but have given back some ground since the open.
Polaroid has introduced the Polaroid Snap instant digital camera at the IFA 2015 in Berlin, a digital camera that can instantly print out photos without ink. The Polaroid Snap marks the newest addition to Polaroid's instant digital camera line.
Partly reflecting a decrease in orders for non-durable goods, the Commerce Department released a report on Wednesday showing that new orders for U.S. manufactured goods rose much less than expected in the month of July.
Simple, uncluttered, colorful and friendly. That's how Google describes its new logo.
The new typeface is sans-serif and without any shadow or embossing, unlike its earlier logos. It has given blue, red, yellow and green to its letters. The "e" is slightly tilted and stylized. On its browser tabs, it has replaced the lower case blue colored "g" with an upper case "G" in four colors.
Labor productivity in the U.S. jumped by much more than previously estimated in the second quarter, the Labor Department revealed in a report on Wednesday. The report said labor productivity surged up by 3.3 percent in the second quarter.
Employment in the U.S. private sector saw a notable increase in the month of August, according to a report released by payroll processor ADP on Wednesday, although the pace of job growth fell short of economist estimates.
Following the pullback seen over the two previous sessions, stocks may move back to the upside in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 147 points.
Three crew members representing Russia, Denmark and Kazakhstan have launched to the International Space Station to replace the station's one-year crew and continue important research that advances NASA's journey to Mars. Sergey Volkov of Roscosmos, Andreas Mogensen of European Space Agency and Aidyn Aimbetov of the Kazakh Space Agency launched aboard Soyuz TMA-18M from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in
British construction sector sustained its robust growth in August, albeit at a slower pace, with continued boost from the housing sector and new impetus from the commercial sector. The seasonally adjusted Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 57.3 from 57.1 in July, survey results from the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply and Markit Economics revealed.