- US stocks open higher as oil rebounds, banks rise
U.S. stocks opened higher, seeking their first gain this week, as beaten-down energy and financial companies rebounded.
- Japan stock index down more than 5 percent
TOKYO (AP) — Japan's benchmark stock index dived more than 5 percent Friday following a sell-off in European and U.S. markets.
- Zika virus has phones ringing at pest control, travel firms
NEW YORK (AP) — Some small U.S. companies are getting an influx in calls — and in some cases, unexpected business— due to fears about the Zika virus.
- US markets dive amid global selloff
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower following steep market declines all around the world as concerns about global economic weakness intensified.
- Hong Kong, Seoul stocks sharply lower after holidays
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stocks shuddered again Thursday, led by sharp drops in Hong Kong and South Korea, which were catching up to global market turmoil after being shut for Lunar New Year holidays.