NEW YORK Stocks on Wall Street edged up on Tuesday to keep a global equities gauge higher despite declines in Europe, while the euro remained under pressure as Greece grappled with a looming deadline on a debt repayment to the IMF.
Euro reserves accumulated by global central banks dropped in the first quarter to the lowest since 2002 as the currency's value plummeted amid bond-buying by the European Central Bank.
Shares of Juno Therapeutics soared Tuesday morning, a day after larger drug developer Celgene announced plans to invest about $1 billion in Juno mostly through stock purchases as part of a collaboration to develop cancer and autoimmune disease ...
As the charter of the Export-Import Bank was set to expire Tuesday, supporters warned of economic damage if Congress doesn't act quickly to reauthorize the federal agency when lawmakers return next week from a holiday recess.
Apollo Education Group Inc., owner of the University of Phoenix, slid as much as 16 percent after it lowered profit and revenue forecasts and said enrollment will fall by 50,000 next year.