The dollar rose against its main trading partners Friday as investors welcomed a stronger-than-expected reading on U.S. economic growth.
As Toyota’s gas pedal recall expands into Europe, the carmaker says it has a fix for cars there and that one will be coming soon to drivers in the United States.
Bill and Melinda Gates said Friday that their Gates Foundation will spend $10 billion in the next 10 years to research, develop and deliver vaccines for the world’s poorest nations.
Bill and Melinda Gates said Friday that the Gates Foundation will spend $10 billion in the next 10 years to research, develop and deliver vaccines for the world’s poorest nations.
The dollar rose against the yen Friday, but held steady against other currencies, as traders await a key report on U.S. economic growth.
Quick: which nation builds the most wind turbines? If you guessed America, with its blustery Great Plains dotted with whirring GE blades, you’d be wrong. In 2009, China became the planet’s largest producer.
I was born in 1938 in Germany, but I was very fortunate. My father was the managing director of a Swiss machinery company, and during the war I spent time in Switzerland.
The dollar was mixed Thursday as traders mulled President Obama’s pledge to create jobs and ongoing concerns about global economic growth.
Economist Nouriel Roubini said Wednesday that asset bubbles are beginning to form in markets around the world, and he called for more regulation of the global financial system.
The dollar extended its gains against the euro and rose against the yen Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve announced plans to hold interest rates steady as it said economic conditions continued to pick up.
Oil prices edged lower Wednesday as the dollar strengthened and stock prices declined ahead of the Federal Reserve’s latest policy announcement.
The dollar was mixed against other international currencies Wednesday as investors await a report on new home sales and a statement from the Federal Reserve.
Oil prices fell below $75 Tuesday as concerns about global economic growth overshadowed a rebound in U.S. stock markets.
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s raised the prospect of a downgrade in Japan’s sovereign debt rating Tuesday. That’s reigniting fears that the U.S. could be next.
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s raised the prospect of a downgrade in Japan’s sovereign debt rating Tuesday.
The dollar rose against other major currencies Tuesday, except the yen, amid concerns about Chinese bank lending, Japan’s credit rating and tepid economic growth in the United Kingdom.
Two very different views on where oil prices are going by the year’s end are emerging – one says $60 or lower, the other $100 or higher, and there’s little consensus as to which is right.
Oil prices rose Monday for the first time in four days as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve’s meeting on interest rate policy this week.
The dollar eased against its main trading partners Monday, except the yen, as stocks recovered and an auction of Greek bonds received strong demand.
As Twitter feeds light up with „Text HAITI” and celebrities host telethons and wear support ribbons at award ceremonies, the money to assist earthquake survivors in Haiti is pouring in.
Oil prices eased slightly Monday, giving back earlier gains, amid ongoing concerns that more strict U.S. banking regulations and tighter monetary policy in China could hinder the economic recovery.
The dollar weakened against rival currencies Monday as investors await a report on the U.S. housing market and brace for a meeting of the Federal Reserve later this week.
Yele Haiti, the non-profit formed by musician Wyclef Jean, said Friday that it hired an accounting firm in the wake of increased public scrutiny of its finances.