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Poroshenko said government forces would renew offensive operations against pro-Russian rebels and "free our lands".
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says a large grain crop is bullish for food stocks.
Stocks started the second half of 2014 with gains, and while analysts expect further advances, it won't be smooth sailing.
Cramer is hearing chatter of a new threat in the new quarter.
Basketball footwear sales increased 21 percent in the 12 months ending April.
It’s time to position and profit from the second half.
The economy could accelerate substantially over the next couple of quarters, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said.
Colorado's increased tax revenue can help the state vigorously regulate the industry, Gov. John Hickenlooper said.
A federal agency said that retirement plans covering roughly 1.5 million U.S. workers are severely underfunded.
Prosecutors said the company agreed to forfeit $8.9 billion for engaging in a "conspiracy" to violate sanctions laws.
Will Bob McDonald be able to change VA or will the U.S. government's second largest agency change him?
Americans are choosing to save rather than spend, and that's creating an unwanted discount on consumer-linked investments.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: BNP Paribas, General Motors & more.
After years of strife between dockworkers and terminal operators, both sides are taking a more positive tone in talks.
Investors are placing bets on how the second half of 2014 will unfold. Here are their picks.
A study published by the San Francisco Fed suggests jobs will decide how much inflation changes against its target.
Bordeaux prices have pulled fine wine indexes lower. A look at wines from other regions reveals a different story.
Obama said he will do all that he can on his own to act on immigration until Congress decides to act.
The Supreme Court anticipated arguments against its Monday ruling in favor of three family-owned businesses. NBC News.
NY state's top court ruled that individual towns have the final authority to ban gas drilling within their borders.