The value of US stocks picked up on Friday (February 9), giving investors some solace after a highly volatile week.
With US stocks set for their biggest weekly losses in at least six years, the three big indexes recovered some ground
The U.S. stock market plunge sent shudders across global financial markets.
The Dow Jones nosedived on Friday, its worst day since June 2016
The sculptor of Manhattan's famous "Charging Bull" says New York City infringed on his rights in allowing the smaller "Fearless Girl" statue.
After a strategy meeting with major US companies CEOs President Donald Trump said he is working to reduce regulations and revamp the Dodd-Frank law.
International Women's Day marked on Wall Street with a stature of a girl placed in front of the bronze charging bull near the New York Stock Exchange.
Investor optimism based on President Trump's tax change promises pushed up share prices on Wall Street on Monday. European markets also gained.
President Donald Trump has started the effort to roll back the US laws brought in to regulate banks after the 2008 financial crisis.
Wall Street remains nervous about Donald Trump chances in next week's presidential election but stocks steadied on Thursday.
AT&T thinks its proposed mega-merger with media and entertainment group Time Warner can be tweeked so would not be blocked by competition regulators.
UK finance minister Philip Hammond is trying to reassure top US bankers that London remains the world's leading finance hub despite the Brexit vote.
Wall Street got a boost on Wednesday from financial stocks and higher oil prices, while the pound hit a three-decade low against the dollar.
Deutsche Bank shares continued their gyrations - down nearly nine percent at one stage on Friday on fears about its stability.
Wall Street was lower on Monday, ahead of the first debate between Clinton and Trump, with investors concerned about how close the race is.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reassuring the bosses of leading US businesses following the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
US investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed on September 15, 2008, sparking the the global financial crisis, the effects of which the world is still feeling.
The Brexit effect is still being felt across world markets….
U.S. stocks have fallen sharply, with the Dow Jones industrial average dropping as much as 538 points, as Britain's vote to quit the European Union sent a shock wave through global financial markets.
Wall Street kept a lid on the panic – just – after earlier moving deep into the red on Wednesday following an appalling day on European markets
Adapted from Michael Lewis’ bestselling book of the same name, ‘The Big Short’ traces the roots of the global market collapse seen through the eyes
US crude fell below $37 (34 euros) a barrel on Tuesday, and Brent below $40 (36.7 euros) for the first time since early 2009. Oil prices then
The halt in NYSE trading has been described as unprecedented in scale
Wall Street opened lower on Monday but less sharply than expected, chiming with its peers in Europe. The Dow was down half a percent at the open
US stocks followed a global lead and fell as Wall Street opened as the weekends events in Greece dented investors confidence. However, the falls are
It has been almost three months since demonstrators first came to America’s financial heart to ‘occupy’ Wall Street.
But today the tents have been