Futures Movers: Oil prices jump more than 2% after Saudi Arabia sets July production cut
Oil futures trade with strong gains Sunday evening, after Saudi Arabia announces it will cut production by another 1 million barrels a day in July.
Movers & Shakers: U.S. stocks appear headed for a flat open, but keep an eye peeled Monday for Dish, Gannett, Palo Alto Networks, CarGurus and others
Here are some prospective movers to keep an eye on Monday, when the U.S. stock market, as of early Sunday evening Eastern time, appeared poised...
: As China’s airlines struggle to get back on their feet, a homegrown rival to Boeing and Airbus at last takes to the skies
The Comac C919, which is positioned to compete with Boeing’s 737 Max and Airbus’s A320, took its first commercial flight this week, from Shanghai to...
Retire Better: The debt-ceiling deal hurts Social Security Here’s why.
The one who may pay a price down the road for an underfunded IRS could be you.
Bitcoin network hash rate hit a record high in May
Bitcoin network activity climbed for the fifth month straight. Mining difficulty and transaction fee also climbed in May. The world’s largest cryptocurrency lost about 8.0%...
Earnings Watch: Big Tech is driving corporate earnings, and buoying expectations for coming months
Q2 profit expectations grew more pessimistic for all but two industries over the past three months, according to FactSet. Both were heavy on big tech.
Market Extra: Saudis to cut oil production by 1 million barrels a day in July as OPEC+ extends output deal
OPEC+ on Sunday says it will maintain production at current levels, while Saudi Arabia will cut output by an additional 1 million barrels a day...
Market Snapshot: A Fed skip? Pause? Either way, investors aren’t likely out of the woods yet.
Even if the Federal Reserve skips a June rate hike to give 5% rates more time to sink in, stocks, bond and the economy still...
Borrowers brace for student loan bills to resume — ‘$600 a month, where is that going to come from?’
The more than three-year-long pause on federal student loan payments is slated to finally conclude within months. Consumer advocates and borrowers are worried.