Global financial markets are starting to heal and the U.S. economy could begin to grow again this year.
Investors welcomed a better-than-expected report on jobless claims and growth in retail sales, pushing stocks higher Thursday morning.
The CEO of Southwest Airlines says June revenue looks weaker than May, and he doesn't yet see signs of a turnaround.
House investigative committee says e-mails by Federal Reserve employees raise serious questions about $20 billion in aid provided to BofA to buy Merrill Lynch.
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Italian automaker Fiat says it has closed a deal to take over Chrysler's good assets.
The U.S. trade deficit edged up in April as crude oil prices hit the highest level since December, but the imbalance so far in 2009 is well below last year's pace as the recession dampens demand for imports.
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Wholesalers slashed inventories more than expected in April as businesses struggled to get stockpiles in line with falling sales.
The Procter & Gamble Co. board is meeting after published reports that it's ready to act on a long-anticipated CEO succession plan.