NEW YORK/ATHENS (Reuters) - Germany's finance minister said on Wednesday there was no prospect of the euro zone reaching a deal with Athens next week on economic reforms ..
Economic activity continued to expand from mid-February through the end of March, but a strong dollar and falling oil prices were hurting the manufacturing sector, the Federal ..
Oil futures rallied and U.S. crude rose 5 percent to a 2015 peak on Wednesday after government data showed crude oil inventories in the United States rose less than expected l ..
McDonald's Corp's (MCD.N) relations with its U.S. franchisees have hit a fresh low as the fast-food giant's new chief executive fights to turn around its domest ..
London, center of the $5-trillion-a-day global currency market, now wants to be home to a controversial upstart - bitcoin. British authorities have come out in support of digi ..
Bank of America, the No. 2 U.S. bank by assets, posted a first-quarter profit, narrowly beating analysts' estimates, as costs fell and the bank earned more from mortgage ..
A woman protesting against European Central Bank policy showered ECB President Mario Draghi with paper and briefly shut down his regular news conference on Wednesday, before b ..
LONDON/ZURICH (Reuters) - Activist investor Knight Vinke said UBS (UBSG.VX) needs to "radically" shrink and should look at spinning off or merging its investment ban ..
Falling unemployment and an improving U.S. economy are evidence that the Federal Reserve should start raising interest rates, a top Fed official said on Wednesday, citing risk ..
Such "stays" on contracts are part of efforts to stop banks from being "too-big-to-fail", meaning regulators would have enough time to wind them up rather ..