SYDNEY, July 14 (Reuters) - The dollar, euro and yen started trade on Monday pretty much where they closed last week with investors awaiting pivotal events including Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony for fresh cues.
A worker for Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp. walks along a catwalk at the top of crude oil storage tanks on a well site outside Watford City, North Dakota.
State and federal authorities are raising concerns over companies that promise to help student-loan borrowers ease their financial burden but charge hefty fees for what regulators allege are unnecessary services.
US stocks managed to score modest gains on Friday, but the S&P 500 posted its biggest weekly drop since April as investors showed only mild enthusiasm after getting their first glimpses of earnings.
A power outage caused by an apparent lightning strike brought one of Disney World's monorail trains to a halt Sunday evening. Walt Disney Parks and Resorts spokesman Jacquee Wahler told The Associated Press there were thunderstorms around the ...