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'Deli-gates' From Jim's Steaks in Philadelphia
ABC News' Jon Karl talks with delegates at a favorite spot for Philly cheesesteaks.
European Stocks Down as ECB Leaves Interest Rates on Hold
European stocks were down slightly on Thursday, despite gains in Asian, after the European Central Bank left its interest rates on hold as it monitors the impact of Britain's vote to leave the European Union
Global Stocks Resilient Amid Solid Corporate Earnings
Stock markets around the world have proven resilient on Wednesday in the face of a fairly gloomy economic outlook from the International Monetary Fund
Asian Stocks Mixed as Investors Reassessed Global Economy
Asian stock markets were mixed on Wednesday as investors reassessed the global economy following the International Monetary Bank's global growth cut, awaited corporate earnings reports
World Stocks Mostly Drop, Japan Enjoys Pokemon-Inspired Rise
Global stocks mostly fell Tuesday as investors monitored corporate earnings and further clues about the state of the world economy
Most Asian Stocks Fall as Investors Assess Global Conditions
Asian stocks were mostly lower Tuesday as investors stuck to a holding pattern as they awaited more corporate earnings and a European Central Bank policy meeting later in the week
US Markets Claw Back From Earlier Losses
U.S. markets staged a comeback in the last hour of trading, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 249 points, or 1.55 percent. The Dow was down as many as 566 points earlier today. The S&P 500 closed down 22 points, or 1.19 percent. The Nasdaq lost 5 points, or .11 percent, after slumping
Survey Finds Many Americans 'on the Edge of Financial Disaster'
Morning Money Memo … As the economy improves, more Americans are borrowing money to pay for purchases. 37 percent have credit card debt that equals or is greater than their emergency savings, says a survey released today by Bankrate.com. “These numbers mean that three out...
Gift Cards, Returns Combine for 2nd-Busiest Shopping Day
Morning Money Memo: Let’s call it “Bringback Friday.” Retailers are expecting the second busiest shopping day of the year today, as stores prepare for an onslaught of post-Christmas shoppers preparing to buy or return their gifts from Santa. Millions of less-than-satisfied gift receivers will ...
Atlantic City's Taj Mahal Safe … for Now
Morning Money Memo… Will the rally continue? U.S. markets opened this morning just 180 points from an all-time high for the Dow, after Thursday’s 421-point surge marked the best day for U.S. equities in three years and pushed the two-day gain for the index to...