NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended little changed on Tuesday as the U.S. economy grew more than expected last quarter but soft readings on consumer confidence and house prices kept major indexes in a tight range.
The nation's economic output grew at an even faster rate during July, August and September than the government initially estimated, giving the economy its strongest six-month performance in more than a decade.
Tiffany (NYSE:TIF) announced its financial results with $0.76 EPS and revenue of $960M, slightly lagging behind consensus estimates, which were $0.77 and $970.02M, respectively.
Asian stocks edged up on Wednesday after upbeat US economic growth data calmed investor anxiety over a deteriorating global outlook, while the Australian dollar languished near four-year lows against the dollar.
A general view of a meeting of oil ministers of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting countries, OPEC, at their headquarters in Vienna, Austria in June.