SEOUL, South Korea - World stock markets were mostly higher Thursday as Scotland voted in an independence referendum that could shake U.K.
The Dow on Wednesday closed at a fresh record high after the US Federal Reserve stuck to a plan to begin raising near-zero interest rates only in 2015.
Capitol_Building The House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution by a 319-108 bipartisan vote Wednesday to fund the federal government through Dec. 16, Reuters reported Wednesday.
The European Central Bank's first targeted-loan program came in below estimates in a sign that President Mario Draghi has a way to go to meet his stimulus target.
Japan on Thursday posted its 26th consecutive monthly trade deficit, with a sharply weaker yen failing to lift exports as the world's No.