U.S. stocks were little changed on Tuesday, as gains in telecom services were offset by losses in energy stocks following a drop in oil prices.
Mexico has increased its minimum wage to just over 80 pesos a day, though its dollar value is down due to the peso's devaluation.
Rising oil prices bolstered U.S. stocks on Monday while currency and bond investors shrugged off Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's resignation, following voters' rejection of his constitutional reforms
Asian shares tumbled Monday while Europe opened higher after Italian voters rejected constitutional changes, raising questions over whether the country will stay in the European Union and keep using the euro.
Asian shares tumbled Monday after Italian voters' rejected constitutional changes, raising questions over whether Italy will stay in the European Union and keep using the euro.
U.S. stocks edged lower on Friday after a payrolls report did little to alter expectations for an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve this month and bank stocks cooled for a second straight session.
Losses in technology stocks dragged down the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 on Thursday, while gains in bank and energy shares propped up the Dow.
It's been a wild month for Wall Street as unexpected events like Donald Trump's election, a sudden bond selloff, and higher odds of a Federal Reserve rate hike, have forced investors to reconsider their positions.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell in afternoon trading on Wednesday as losses in technology shares and big dividend payers, including utilities, offset sharp gains in the energy sector.
U.S. stocks edged higher Tuesday, as gains in health-care stocks helped offset losses in the energy sector.
Stocks edged lower Monday, threatening to snap what has been the Russell 2000's longest winning streak in 20 years.
The S&P 500 inched lower on Wednesday afternoon, hurt by declines in Eli Lilly and other healthcare shares, while the Dow edged higher along with industrial stocks in light trading ahead of a U.S. holiday.
Global shares rose Tuesday, tracking the overnight rally on Wall Street, as oil prices pushed higher amid hopes the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will agree on production cuts.
Asian shares rose almost across the board Tuesday, tracking the rally on Wall Street, as oil prices pushed higher amid hopes of an upcoming production-cut deal from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Stock closed at record highs on Monday, helped by gains in energy and other commodity-related shares and as Facebook led a jump in technology.
Shares in Japan and China rose Monday as the dollar's strength lifted the outlook for their exporters but other Asian shares were listless as investors increasingly factored in a December Fed rate cut.
Chinese shares rallied Monday, leading gains in most other Asian markets higher as Beijing guided the yuan lower again, extending a decline that has picked up pace since Donald Trump's U.S. election victory.
The U.S. dollar climbed on Friday to its highest level since 2003 on continued bets on faster inflation and higher interest rates, while Treasuries resumed a selloff that left yields at their highest levels of the year.
Japanese shares rose Friday on the yen's weakness while other Asian benchmarks wobbled after Fed chair Janet Yellen signaled that policymakers intend to raise interest rates soon.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave more clues on the timing of a rate hike.