How Greece's Latest Money Problems Will Hit American Pocketbooks
While the Greek elections on Sunday were an ocean away, Americans may feel the ripple effects of the anti-austerity Syriza party's leadership when it comes to their bank accounts and homes. By voting for the far-left Syriza leader to be their premier, Greeks essentially voted against the measures
Strong Jobs Report Lifts US Stocks
Morning Money Memo: U.S. markets are looking at a strong day on Wall Street, following positive labor market data for last month. Equities are up to start the final trading day of the week, on the heels of a 211 point gain Thursday. January jobs...
A Greek Stumble into EU Exit Could Affect US, Experts Fear
Greece is unlikely to opt out of the European Union according to experts who fear, however, that a "Grexit" could happen by accident and create a global reaction that could reach U.S. shores. Douglas Elliott of The Brookings Institution says there's little chance of Greece choosing to leave the EU
Petco Clears Its Shelves of Treats From China
Morning Money Memo… Some treats might bring nothing but misery. The pet food and accessory chain Petco has removed Chinese-made dog and cat treats from store shelves because of concerns they have sickened thousands of pets and killed 1,000 dogs in the U.S. since 2007....
Greek Drama Has Euro Market Watchers on Edge of Their Seats
Morning Money Memo… Europe’s wobbly finances are once again a worry for global financial markets, showing that you never can tell where the next surprise for the stock market might come from. Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has delivered a stern warning to Greece, saying her...
Today in Pictures: Eclipse Diwali, Netanyahu, Anti -Austerity Day and Baby Gorilla
Food is placed on the main stage as Sadhus and Hindu men celebrate Diwali at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Nov. 14, 2012 in London. Diwali, which marks the start of the Hindu New Year, is being celebrated by thousands of Hindu men, women and...
Facebook Friday Approaching Fast as Initial Public Offering Looms
your latest in business and finance from ABC news now. And there it is the opening bell just wrapping up just a couple seconds ago for trading for two day Tuesday may fifteenth. And so begins the day everybody I'm Dan in New York lot of information to digest at this hour we're getting some new
European Elections Reveal Nations Want to Dine Lavishly, Skip Out on the Check
A growing number of Europeans appear increasingly less willing to undergo pain for someone else's gain. Last weekend, voters in France, Greece, and even Germany sent their leaders a clear message: "Global and regional problems are less important than those we face here at home." In France, the
Stocks Dropping; Worries At Wendy's, McDonald's
There members resources Canadian mining company. Today on the exchange and so begins the day with about Tuesday may hate everybody and. Dan Butler in New York market still seem to be digesting news out of Europe that's where those elections. Brought a sweeping change in power to several there