U.S. equity-index futures slipped while stocks in Asia were mixed as the Easter holiday weekend shut down trading in much of Europe.

U.S. stocks continued to march toward records as the latest batch of corporate earnings and data from China boosted optimism in the

U.S. stocks rose toward all-time highs as strong earnings bolstered sentiment and global central banks continued to signal dovish

Wall Street edged lower on Monday, weighed down by financials as lackluster bank earnings put a damper on investor enthusiasm. But

U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday after President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on European goods, while the IMF’s downbeat

Most European stocks slid on Monday amid losses across most sectors, with German bank and real estate shares drawing investor

Boeing’s decision to cut production of its 737 aircraft hit the shares of its suppliers on Monday, while its own shares were lower in

U.S. stocks inched higher on Thursday driven by Facebook Inc and Boeing Co, adding to gains following a strong start to the quarter,

A three-day surge in U.S. stocks stalled on Tuesday, as a profit warning from drugstore chain Walgreens Boots hit the pharma sector,

Equities segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange began trading for the week on a negative note, following profit taking activities in