Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

U.S. markets news

Charter Nearing Deal to Buy Time Warner Cable, Reports Say
Charter Communications (CHTR - Get Report) is closing in on a deal to buy Time Warner Cable (TWC - Get Report) for about $55.1 billion, according to Bloomberg News and other news reports.
Charter said to be close to $55 billion deal for Time Warner Cable  Fortune
Charter Nears Deal for Time Warner Cable  ABC News
Gold Steady Near $1200 as Interest Rate Outlook Boosts Dollar
Gold slipped, extending the biggest weekly loss since April, as prospects for the first U.S. interest rate increase since 2006 helped to push the dollar to a one-month high.
Europe stocks stumble, dollar lifted by US rate view  Economic Times
South Africa's rand weakens on US rate hike hopes  Reuters Africa
Greek debt markets offer little insight
Surprisingly little. Athens is fast running out of time to avoid default and a possible exit from the eurozone. Without aid the government is warning that it cannot make loan payments to the International Monetary Fund, the first of which falls due on June 5.
European stocks fall on Greek and Spanish political concerns  Reuters
Greek left divided on debt deal terms  The Australian
UPDATE 6-Oil prices gain as firm demand outweighs dollar strength
... * Japan posts strong oil import figures. * Peak fuel demand season starts in United States. * Analysts expect well-supplied markets to cap price rises (Updates prices, changes dateline, pvs LONDON).
Crude Oil Advances Amid Lower U.S. Supply, Middle East Violence  Bloomberg
Crude Oil Prices Rise 40% on Lower Oil Rig Count  Spend Matters
Russia Eyes Use of Prison Labor to Prepare for World Cup
The Russian government has proposed using prisoners to help prepare for the 2018 World Cup. Alexander Khinshtein, a lawmaker, has gotten the backing of the Russian prison service to enlist some of the country's prisoners in building projects related to the ...
Report: Russia wants to use prison labor to prep for 2018 World Cup
Russia plans to use prison labor for 2018 World Cup  La Crosse Tribune
Amazon to pay higher sales taxes in Europe
Under pressure from the European Union, Amazon has agreed to begin paying taxes in four European countries where it has large operations.
Amazon changes Europe tax practices amid ongoing probe  CNET
Amazon to start paying more EU taxes after pressure from regulators  Fortune
Deja vu: Snyder begins (yet another) week pushing for road money
This week, the Detroit Regional Chamber's annual Mackinac Policy Conference gets underway on Mackinac Island. This is when Lansing, political Lansing at least, empties out of town and heads north to rub shoulders - and click cocktail glasses - with ...
Mackinac Police Conference to focus on roads, schools, urban revival  Crain's Detroit Business
Detroit Regional Chamber Will Hold Annual Policy Conference on Mackinac Island  9&10 News
California Looks Down Under for Drought Advice
SYDNEY - California's longest and sharpest drought on record has its increasingly desperate water stewards looking for solutions in Australia, the world's driest inhabited continent.
California looks to Australia for tips on surviving drought  U-T San Diego
California looks Down Under for tips to surviving drought  CBS News
GMO labeling advocates stage buzzy die-in in Portland
Protesters urge mandatory labeling for genetically modified food at a rally Saturday, May 23, 2015, in Portland. Buy Photo. A protester dressed in a hazardous materials suit sprays other protesters dressed as bees and butterflies.
100s march in downtown Las Vegas as part of international protest against  Rapid News Network
Marching against Monsanto  Sierra Vista Herald
Gas prices set to fall
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Gas prices have been steadily climbing, but with the summer driving season starting with the Memorial Day weekend, drivers could soon begin to see some relief at the pump.
Local gas station hit hard on Sunday of holiday weekend  WHAG