Monday’s top personal finance stories
A federal judge on Monday ordered North Korea to pay more than $500 million in a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died last year after suffering severe brain injuries during his 17-month imprisonment there.
The 500 people on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index are down to a combined net worth of $4.7 trillion as of Friday’s close.
Never mind finding coal in your stocking for the holidays. Wall Street investors scored a rare — and unwanted — gift this year.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s meeting with banks over adequate liquidity could bring attention to the dearth of trading in fixed-income markets
The U.S. dollar edges lower on Monday, as the U.S. government is partially shut down and the greenback is still recovering from last week’s Federal Reserve interest-rate increase.
U.S. stock indexes book the worst trading session on the eve of Christmas in history in a holiday-shortened session.
London markets suffered on Monday, as the shadow of losses on Wall Street and some political upheaval there made investors jittery ahead of the Christmas break.
Treasury prices are rising on Monday to kick off the holiday-truncated week after reports President Donald Trump mooted firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Gold futures markets try for fresh six-month highs Monday as bullion marks early gains, underpinned by a weaker dollar.