NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stock index futures edged higher on Friday, rebounding after a three-day decline on Wall Street, though market participants remained cautious ahead of a Federal Reserve policy meeting next week.
DUBLIN�Ireland exits its bailout program this weekend, but the country remains tethered to austerity as its debts are still too high, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said Friday.
Volkswagen Group of America CEO is leaving the company "for personal reasons and returning to the U.K.," the company said today.
Enrollment in California's new health insurance marketplace is picking up speed, with more than 156,000 signed up for coverage through last week, officials announced Thursday.
Expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve could soon scale back its monetary stimulus continued to send ripples through currency markets Friday, propelling the dollar to its highest level against the yen in over five years.