... * Series of plane accidents seen hitting tourism, airlines. * Malaysia seeks to distance itself from latest incident. * Missing AirAsia flight presumed to have crashed at sea.
The euro was about 0.3 percent from a two-year low against the dollar as Greece's prime minister attempted to get his presidential candidate confirmed and avoid an early parliamentary election that could end the nation's international lifeline.
Oil advanced for the first time in three days amid speculation that an escalating conflict in Libya may pare a global surplus that's driven crude into a bear market.
U.S. markets are poised for a pretty flat start to trading Monday as investors pause after a recent record-breaking run. Here are the three things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York: Related: Fear & Greed Index.
BEIJING (AP) - Global stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report that China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth, while oil prices rebounded.