TOKYO Asian stocks fell on Wednesday on growing concerns about the health of the world's banks, particularly in Europe, pushing investors into safer assets such as the yen, which stood near a 15-month high versus the dollar.
SoftBank Group Corp. increased third quarter operating income 7.3 percent on new customers in Japan as billionaire Chairman Masayoshi Son sees signs of a turnaround at its beleaguered U.S.
The turmoil engulfing Viacom deepened on Tuesday as weak earnings and continued concern over the company's leadership sent shares down more than 21 percent, the lowest level in more than five years.
Disney just posted the best quarterly earnings in the company's history. So why was its stock down more than 4% in after-hours trading?
SYDNEY Feb 10 It seemed like a sure-fire bet a few weeks ago: Abandon the yen and euro for the high-yielding Australian dollar. Yet these positions have been blown out of the water this week, proving that interest rate differentials are not everything ...