SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets were mostly firmer on Tuesday and the euro clung to rare gains, relieved that European equities had weathered Greece's election outcome without much disruption.
Some 7,000 flights have been canceled through Wednesday as most major airports in the Northeast came to a standstill under a heavy blanket of snow.
Mattel Inc.'s ground-losing tussle in the toy aisle has claimed a victim. Bryan G. Stockton, the El Segundo company's chairman and chief executive, resigned after failing to turn around the toy maker.
US stocks edged higher on Monday as investors brushed off fears a leftist victory in Greece would bring fresh crisis to the Eurozone and energy stocks advanced.
Fed governor Jerome Powell said an efficient payments system aids economic growth. Photo: Bloomberg News. By. Ryan Tracy. Ryan Tracy.