Jennifer Lopez flexed her Latina power this week in Las Vegas, as she announced her new endeavor during CTIA 2013, a mobile technology conference presented by CTIA–The Wireless Association.
Crude oil prices hovered near $93 a barrel Friday in New York ahead of a U.S.
Despite all of the positives for taking a road trip, the American Automobile
Association predicts just a slight increase in the number of people getting
behind the wheel and a decrease in overall travel from 2012 when air travel is
taken into account.
Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of the vacation season in the U.S., but more and more American workers can't afford to go anywhere, much less get time off to do it.
U.S. durable goods orders jumped 3.3 percent in April, about twice the gain economists had expected, the U.S. Commerce Department said Friday.
Global shares fell Thursday following the
release of weak business data for China and Europe, combined with
concerns that the Federal Reserve might wind back its stimulus
The pace of U.S. manufacturing growth in May slowed marginally from April,
Markit Economics data released Tuesday indicates.
The Federal Reserve's release of the minutes of its last meeting set off
stock-market market jitters, as traders reacted to reports that some
policymakers favored trimming Fed bond purchases if the economy showed signs of
It's not exactly "Stop-the-Presses!" news anymore, but the Dow hit a fresh
record intra-day high on Wall Street yet again Wednesday before the rally
The benchmark Stoxx Europe 600 slumped 2.22 percent to 303.69
points in morning trading after signs that the U.S. Federal Reserve
might wind back its stimulus program and the release of weak
manufacturing data for China.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency said its home price index was up 1.9 percent in the first quarter, and home prices rose 6.7 percent on a 12-month basis, down from the 7.1 percent annual inflation rate from the end of February.
Deutsche Bank co-chief executives admitted Thursday that mistakes had been made
that damaged the reputation of Germany's biggest bank, but vowed to
press on with a major restructuring of the lender.
The economic downturn in the eurozone eased in May,
a key economic indicator released Thursday showed.
New U.S. one-family home sales rose modestly from March to April, but 29 percent year-over-year, the U.S.
Commerce Department said Thursday.
The U.S. Labor Department said first-time jobless benefits claims dropped by
23,000 to 340,000 in the week that ended Saturday.