Stocks bounced back in midday trading from Friday’s washout on news from China that its regulators were cutting reserve requirements.
— April 20, 2015
The world’s leading beauty firm was boosted by strong currency effects and growth in all divisions and geographic zones.
Spending by Chinese rockets 122 percent year-on-year.
Retail and luxury stocks were uneven in mid-morning trading.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is eliminating a layer of in-store management, part of efforts to simplify operations at the world’s largest retailer.
— April 19, 2015
Concerns over Greece's economy and regulatory trading requirements in China trigger sell off.
— April 17, 2015
Company in ‘advanced’ talks for new Cherokee licensee in Canada.
Sales emphasized the discrepancy between improving markets and plight of the consumer as the economy enters its first recession in years.
U.S. equities were hammered in mid-morning trading as investors fretted over the impact of new regulations in China allowing fund managers to short stocks as well as more stringent rules on lending margins.