NEW YORK - U.S. stocks tumbled on Monday, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index falling to a 22-month low, as a second straight selloff pushed bank shares to the lowest since 2013 and left the Nasdaq Composite Index approaching a bear market.
After more than six years of negotiations, the global aviation industry agreed on Monday to the first binding limits on carbon dioxide emissions, tackling the fastest-growing source of greenhouse gas pollution.
20th Century Fox released the blockbuster "The Martian" in the fiscal second-quarter but it wasn't enough to lift the financial results of the film unit in the quarter ended Dec. 31.
Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN) reported Q4 revenue of $532 million, better than the analyst consensus of $525 million on Capital IQ.
Sovereign bonds surged, sending the Japanese benchmark 10-year yield below zero for the first time, as investors seeking the safest assets gorged on government debt.