It’s been a long, holiday-shortened week for stocks. Our call of the day says all of this chaos could clear up in January.
An explosion at a Con Edison facility in Astoria, Queens shot a streak of blue light into the night sky on Thursday, causing power outages and some locals to fear an extraterrestrial invasion.
Oil continue with zigzag action this week, with prices climbing on Friday as investors waited for big supply data.
Shares of major Chinese developers listed in Hong Kong and on the mainland have recovered after hitting a trough in October.
Most Asian stock markets gained Friday while Japan edged down following Wall Street’s rally at the end of a turbulent week.
U.S. marijuana producer Green Growth Brands Ltd. said late Thursday it has made a takeover bid for Aphria Inc., one of Canada’s largest cannabis producers by market value.
Kenneth Chenault, the former chairman and chief executive of American Express Co., is stepping down next year from his board roles at International Business Machines Corp. and Procter & Gamble Co.
Deng Xiaoping launched China’s “modernizations” 40 years ago.
The real unraveling will begin in January, when Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to lose the decisive parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal.
Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for President Donald Trump, denied ever visiting Prague or the Czech Republic on Thursday, after a new report that seemed to support claims that he had clandestine meetings with Russians in Prague in the summer of 2016.