ZURICH (Reuters) - Denise Anderegg is happy enough about the Swiss National Bank's decision to charge banks for deposits. The pensioner remembers the 1970s when Swiss authorities last used negative interest rates to deter investors from using their ...
The energy sector gives, and the energy sector takes. The stunning drop in oil prices looks like bad news for the �Texas Miracle.
Signs protesting hydraulic fracturing�a process also known as fracking�are seen near the town of Calicoon Center, New York. Photograph by Les Stone, Reuters.
U.S. stocks surged on Thursday, extending Wall Street's best day of the year, after the Federal Reserve said it would be patient in increasing interest rates.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equities markets rallied on Thursday, with Wall Street up more than 1 percent for a second straight day with investor sentiment buoyed by comments from the U.S.