Debt And Bond Markets

Markets Right Now: Solid economic reports send stocks higher

Oct 3, 2018

Stocks are closing slightly higher following some solid reports on hiring and the services sector.

World stocks slip as trade relief fades, amid Italy concerns

Oct 2, 2018

World stocks fall as relief over US-Canada deal fades

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's falsehoods on health plan protections

Oct 1, 2018

AP FACT CHECK: Trump claims he will 'fight for' health coverage that protects people with pre-existing medical conditions, but that's not what his Justice Department says

AP FACT CHECK: The Kavanaugh nomination and the world beyond

Sep 29, 2018

AP FACT CHECK: For once on the sidelines, Trump expounds on interest rates and trade while Kavanaugh judges himself exonerated, prematurely

Italian stocks slide on populist government's spending plans

Sep 28, 2018

Italy's stock market has plunged after the new populist government announced a sharp public spending increase that will push the budget deficit to 2.4 percent of gross domestic product next year

Markets Right Now: Technology leads gains for US stocks

Sep 27, 2018

After four days of modest losses, Apple and Amazon led the U.S. stock market to modest gains.

After 3 years, Greece ends limits on bank cash withdrawals

Sep 27, 2018

Greek authorities say they will soon lift restrictions on domestic cash withdrawals imposed more than three years ago to prevent a bank run by depositors at the height of the country's debt crisis

Argentina, IMF reach deal to boost financing to $57 billion

Sep 26, 2018

Argentina's economy minister says the South American country has reached a revised lending agreement with the International Monetary Fund increasing the amount of a loan package

Markets Right Now: Stocks give up early gain and end lower

Sep 26, 2018

Stocks gave up an early gain and closed slightly lower after the Federal Reserve made its third interest rate hike this year.

Asian victors may find anti-China campaign vows hard to keep

Sep 26, 2018

Three Asian countries have elected leaders who promise to temper China's growing influence, but analysts say reducing Beijing's foothold won't be easy

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