The Delta-WestJet joint venture would have a combined 27% share of scheduled air carrier transborder capacity
American Express Co missed third-quarter profit estimates on Friday, as its customers spent less during the COVID-19 fueled economic slowdown and it set aside money for potential payment defaults.
Stimulus talks ongoing but no deal in sight.
Investors will also get the latest reports on manufacturing and services
A California judge in August ordered the companies to reclassify their drivers as employees, a ruling the companies appealed under the threat of leaving the state altogether
Chip giant Intel Corp. INTC 0.75% raised its full-year outlook even as earnings suffered as consumers gravitated to cheaper laptops and demand for datacenters softened.
American Airlines and Southwest Airlines each reported deep losses in the third quarter on Thursday, but said they would burn less cash in the months to come as leisure bookings show signs of recovery from this year's coronavirus-driven collapse.
Investors eye earnings in what is the busiest day so far for 3Q reports.
Investors continue to watch for signs whether politicians can agree on economic stimulus prior to Nov. 3 election
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is steering his automaker into a new phase.
10-Year Treasury Yield hits 0.8%
U.S. stocks rose Tuesday on optimism that Congress would reach an agreement on a spending package to support American households and businesses through the pandemic
The spicy exchange put Dunkin's new Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut up against Wendy's Spicy Chicken Nuggets
Ahead of Tesla's Q3 earnings on Wednesday, Oct. 21, research firm Cross-Sell revealed a sneak peak into how the company fared in California, it's largest U.S. market.
Procter & Gamble reported strong results Tuesday as the pandemic continued to boost sales of consumer staples, but its shares are priced for the boom to never end.
Lockheed Martin Corp. reported better-than-expected results that were boosted by its F-35 fighter jet and raised its outlook for the rest of the year.
Investors are having second thoughts about which election outcome may be best for the financial markets, according to JPMorgan.
Stocks get boost from positive earnings and hopes for a stimulus.
Stimulus uncertainty fueled a choppy trading session.
Traders on the prediction market website Predictit are pricing in a 56% chance that Democrats take both houses of Congress as well as the presidency, allowing them to ram through bills including tax increases.