U.S. stock futures edged lower Tuesday after a disappointing report on demand for durable goods in April.
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On the heels of announcing a $1.7 billion take-private deal for Canadian-Colombian oil company Pacific Rubiales, Harbour Energy is in advanced negotiations for a second deal of more than $1 billion.
Demand for big-ticket manufactured goods fell last month, but underlying figures suggest business investment is slowly starting to pick up.
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The criminal trial of the alleged mastermind of a vast interest-rate-rigging scandal has begun in London, with prosecutors describing former bank trader Tom Hayes as dishonest and greedy.
Charter Communications Inc. has struck a $55 billion cash-and-stock deal for Time Warner Cable Inc., giving cable mogul John Malone the prize he has been chasing for two years.
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Economic growth in developed countries slowed for the second straight quarter in early 2015, the OECD said, as the recovery from the financial crisis remained weak and uneven.
The dollar hits a high of nearly eight years against the yen, as investors returning from a long weekend in Europe bet on the greenback.