The dollar weakened against its key rivals Wednesday after the Federal Reserve left its key lending rates unchanged after its January policy meeting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday charged two Connecticut-based Bitcoin mining companies and their founder with running a Ponzi scheme that defrauds investors.
Will Bitcoin replace paper money? During an interview on the FOX Business Network’s Mornings With Maria ,Digital Currency Group CEO Barry Silbert, who’s considered the most active investor in Bitcoin companies, said: “[Bitcoin] it’s going to change the way that people send money, spend money -- even think about money. It’s kind of redefining what is money.”
Digital Currency CEO Barry Silbert on how the rise of Bitcoin is impacting financial services.
The strong U.S. dollar is once again emerging as a major theme this earnings season with large multi-nationals that have seen their profits eroded overseas.
Plans for traveling to the unique country, including how to pay for items while in Cuba, must be ironed out ahead of time. In short, if you are traveling to Cuba, bring cash -- and preferably not U.S. dollars.
Gemini Co-Founders Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss on the launch of their Gemini bitcoin exchange.
Asian stock markets sank Wednesday as a global sell-off given impetus by the Volkswagen emissions scandal was exacerbated by weak Chinese factory data.
U.S. stocks are heading lower on Tuesday amid renewed worries about the outlook for global growth.
Asian stock markets climbed Tuesday after Fed officials tried to soothe fears over the world economy and investors hoped for stabilization in weak China factory data.
U.S. stocks rose broadly Monday as investors looked beyond the uncertain timing of a possible interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve.
Key issues facing the United States and China as the Asian nation's leader, Xi Jinping, makes his first U.S. state visit since becoming president in 2013.
Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday after concerns about global growth weighed on U.S. and European share prices.
Shanshan Wu already owns three houses back home in China.
U.S. stocks are falling in early trading Friday, following a sharp sell-off in European markets, as investors consider the implications of the Federal Reserve's decision to hold off raising interest rates.
The latest on the Federal Reserve's meeting regarding interest rates (all times local): ___ 12:50 p.m.
U.S. stocks were wavering between small gains and losses in early trading Thursday ahead of the Federal Reserve's announcement on whether it would raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade.
Asian stock markets and currencies were mostly higher Thursday as investors bet the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates at this week's closely watched meeting.
Stocks were little changed in early trading Wednesday as investors wait to hear from the Federal Reserve and work through company news, including a possible deal between two giant beer makers.
Inflation across the 19-country eurozone was revised down to 0.1 percent in the year to August, in a development that's likely to renew fears that the region could see another bout of falling prices.