Now that U.S. stock exchanges have closed the books on what could be called Red October, it’s time to look at the winners and losers. After several months of quietly sailing to new highs, U.S. stock indexes took a sudden

Odds are you’re paying too high a tax bill today. The good news, though, is that means you could see a notably higher refund next year. A research note from Morgan Stanley estimates 2019 refunds will top this year’s by

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Reserve Bank of India governor should work in sync with the nation’s government to support economic growth or he should resign, said the head of the economic wing of Hindu nationalist group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh,

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A landmark 11-member deal that will slash tariffs across much of the Asia-Pacific will come into force at the end of December, New Zealand said on Wednesday, a rare bright spot for global commerce as the U.S.-China

Facebook’s stock zigzagged after reporting third-quarter earnings that beat profit forecasts 30 cents a share but missed on revenue, as investors grappled with the company’s efforts to maintain its growth while improving the social network’s security. Facebook’s revenue in the

NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) refreshed some of its lesser-known products at a New York event on Tuesday, adding iPhone features like facial recognition to the iPad Pro and faster processors and better displays to some Mac

GE is heavily slashing its dividends, the company said Tuesday as it announced a $ 22.8 billion loss for the third quarter. That loss can be attributed to the $ 23 billion writedown of GE Power that took place earlier

With the S&P 500 Index down 9.7% since Oct. 3, Goldman Sachs weighed in to assure rattled investors that things may not be as bad as the last month of market turbulence makes it seem. The October selloff in U.S.

It took Amazon 18 years to reach a market cap of $ 250 billion. It’s taken Amazon less than eight weeks to give up $ 250 billion in market value. On Sept. 4, Amazon became the second U.S. stock after

Tesla’s third-largest shareholder believes in what Elon Musk is doing at the company. And it’s willing to put up more cash if the car maker’s co-founder asks for it. Speaking in an interview with The Times of London on Monday,