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FX markets have paused their aggressive demand for USD. Perhaps there is trepidation ahead of today’s release of the first estimate of US 1Q GDP. Assessments of economic activity in 1Q have shifted widely in the last couple of months,...
Banking giant Deutsche Bank and its crosstown rival Commerzbank on Thursday ended merger talks, leaving in tatters the German government's hope to shore up both banks and create a banking powerhouse. The failure to unite the two ailing lenders is likely to unleash fresh attempts by other banks...
After reporting a loss of CHF 14.9 billion for the year 2018, the Swiss National Bank comes back in the green for the first quarter of 2019 as it reports a profit of CHF 30.7 billion. This is no surprise as it has been an excellent qu...
Boeing Co. executives said they didn't know when the 737 MAX would return to service and defended the design and certification of their best-selling plane, grounded by global regulators in the wake of two fatal crashes. The aerospace giant said Wednesday that it was taking an initial hit of more...
A flood of better-than-expected corporate quarterly earning was a wake-up call to overly pessimistic investors. Snap and Twitter posted solid 1Q results triggering a broad-based rally in large-cap tech, propelling the S&P 500 to n...
Twitter shares were surging Tuesday after the company topped expectations for user growth by a wide margin. The social-media company reported first-quarter net income of $191 million, or 25 cents a share, up from $61 million, or 8 cents, a year earlier. Excluding a tax benefit, the company's net...