TOKYO - Given Japan's outsize public debt, holding an i.o.u. from its government might seem like a risky proposition that would require the promise of a substantial reward.
LONDON Oil prices eased on Tuesday, dragged lower by a broad decline across major financial markets and by a growing expectation that global demand will not grow quickly enough to erase the overhang of unwanted crude any time soon.
The increase in the company's fiscal second quarter is tied to higher retransmission consent and ad revenue but would have been higher except for lower political and World Series money.
Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN) reported Q4 revenue of $532 million, better than the analyst consensus of $525 million on Capital IQ.
European stocks fell for a seventh day, headed for the longest losing streak since October 2014, and U.S. equity-index futures pointed to further declines as measures of financial-market volatility rose.