TOKYO (AP) - Asian stocks fell Thursday after another slump in oil prices dragged Wall Street lower and China's manufacturing output grew at the slowest pace in five months.
At work on a 787 Dreamliner. Costs for the 787 rose 3.9 percent over the last three months. Credit Randall Hill/Reuters. Continue reading the main story.
Target has had a rough year. Actually, they have been having a hard time for a few years now. With last year's security breach sales suffered and now the Minnesota-based retailers needs a pick me up heading into the holiday rush.
The chemicals and plastics giant's Q3 EPS popped 44% to 72 cents, beating consensus by 4 cents. Revenue grew 5% to $15.41 bil vs.
SEOUL, South Korea - Hyundai Motor Co. says profit sank nearly 30 percent for the July-September quarter, hurt by a stronger South Korean currency.