NEW YORK - The U.S. dollar fell on Tuesday with currency strategists pointing towards a surprise drop in U.S. durable goods orders that is feeding into speculation the Federal Reserve might hold off on raising interest rates longer than currently expected.
NEW YORK - Global stock indexes fell on Tuesday following disappointing U.S. corporate earnings results and an unexpected decline in U.S. durable goods orders, while the dollar also retreated.
LONDON - The European Union and the United States are poised to accept each other's rules on financial derivatives trading in a bid to prevent a global market that supports economic growth from fragmenting, a senior EU official said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK - Oil rose more than 2 percent on Tuesday as a weaker dollar propped up commodities priced in the currency, prompting short-covering in a market that has sold off with little pause over the past seven months.
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- Ukraine rebels say government forces pushed back near Donetsk
- Greek PM Tsipras names anti-austerity cabinet, port sale halted
- Japan urges Jordan's help in ISIS hostage crisis after video |
- Ex-KGB spy Litvinenko told UK police Putin ordered his death
- Oil up 2 percent on weaker dollar; traders wary of stock build
- Battles continue outside Syria's Kobani after Kurds claim victory