• By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    STOCKS FALL, TREASURY YIELD CURVE FLATTENS AFTER FED CUTS RATES BUT SENDS MIXED SIGNALS

    U.S. stocks extended their losses and the U.S. Treasury yield curve flattened on Wednesday, after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest...

    Future, Rate, Moving, Futures, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    COMCAST GIVES AWAY XFINITY FLEX TV DEVICE, POUNDING SHARES OF ROKU

    Comcast Corp said on Wednesday it will offer internet customers a free streaming media set top box that works with other services,...

    Service, Services, Medias, Internet, Marketing, Media, Market, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    TESLA TAKES ON PORSCHE WITH BATTLE ON GERMANY'S TOUGHEST CIRCUIT

    Tesla wants to steal Porsche's bragging rights by testing its Model S on the northern loop of Germany's Nuerburgring circuit, using...

    Rights, Right, Germany, Market, Marketing, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FED'S MIXED SIGNALS ON NEXT MOVE SEND WALL STREET LOWER

    Wall Street sank on Wednesday as Federal Reserve policymakers gave mixed signals about their next move after cutting interest rates...

    Rate, Moving, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    TRUMP ON FED: 'NO 'GUTS,' NO SENSE, NO VISION!'

    President Donald Trump blasted the Federal Reserve for delivering only a quarter-percentage point interest rate cut on Wednesday, saying...

    Rate, Banks, Bank, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    PENNSYLVANIA JOINS STATES OPPOSED TO MERGER OF T-MOBILE, SPRINT

    Pennsylvania is joining more than a dozen states that have filed a lawsuit aimed at stopping T-Mobile US's $26 billion purchase of...

    New York, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    STOCKS FALL AFTER FED CUTS RATES BUT GIVES MIXED SIGNALS; DOLLAR UP

    Wall Street stocks slipped on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve gave mixed signals about what may happen next after it cut interest...

    Rate, Moving, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    WALL STREET SINKS AFTER FED GIVES MIXED SIGNALS ON NEXT MOVE

    Wall Street sank on Wednesday when Federal Reserve policy makers gave mixed signals about their next move after cutting interest rates...

    Rate, Moving, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    U.S. HOUSING STARTS, BUILDING PERMITS SCALE 12-YEAR HIGH

    U.S. homebuilding surged to more than a 12-year high in August as both single- and multi-family housing construction accelerated, suggesting...

    Construction, Building, House, Housing, Market, Marketing, Rate, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    WALL STREET EXTENDS LOSSES FOLLOWING FED ANNOUNCEMENT

    U.S. stocks extended losses on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point in a widely...

    Rate, Moving, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FIVE WAYS THE FED'S RATE CUT COULD AFFECT CONSUMERS

    The Federal Reserve's decision to cut interest rates on Wednesday for the second time this year could have wide-ranging implications...

    Rate, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FOMC STATEMENT FROM SEPT 17-18 MEETING

    Following is the full text of the statement released by the Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday following...

    Market, Marketing, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FED MAKES SMALL CHANGES IN BID TO BETTER CONTROL POLICY RATE

    The Federal Reserve on Wednesday tweaked two key rates used to manage its main policy lever after turmoil this week in funding markets...

    Marketing, Market, Bank, Banks, Rate, Fund, Management, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    INSTANT VIEW: FED CUTS RATES AGAIN, GIVES MIXED SIGNALS FOR NEXT MOVE

    The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point for the second time this year on Wednesday in a widely...

    Sustainability, Rate, Moving, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    GM TO TEMPORARILY LAY OFF 1,200 WORKERS IN CANADA

    General Motors Co said on Wednesday it plans to temporarily lay off about 1,200 workers at its Oshawa assembly plant in Canada, which...

    businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    U.S. WILL REVOKE CALIFORNIA WAIVER TO REQUIRE CLEANER CARS

    U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed on Wednesday the Environmental Protection Agency will revoke California's waiver that allows...

    Building
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    UTC TECHNOLOGY CHIEF PAUL EREMENKO STEPS DOWN

    The chief technology officer of United Technologies Corp , Paul Eremenko, has stepped down, just under two years after moving to the...

    Moving, Technologies, Europe, Technology, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FED PUMPS MORE CASH AS KEY RATE BREAKS ABOVE TARGET

    The Federal Reserve injected another $75 billion into a U.S. banking system on Wednesday, restoring a measure of order after a bout...

    Marketing, Banks, Rate, Fund, Bank, Market, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    GM TO TEMPORARILY LAY OFF 1,300 WORKERS IN CANADA: CNBC

    General Motors Co plans to temporarily lay off 1,300 workers at its final assembly plant in Oshawa, Canada due to a slowdown at United...

    United States, businessNews
  • By Reuters   -   Sep 18, 2019

    BREAKINGVIEWS TV: STAR-SAILING

    Luxury boatmaker Ferretti counts George Clooney and Sophia Loren among its customers. Chinese owner Weichai salvaged it after it hit...

    Invest, Investments, Investment, Luxury