US stocks fluctuate amid upbeat data

This increase followed a 0.8-percent September decrease.

Chinese shares open mixed

The smaller Shenzhen index opened 0.02 percent lower at 12,699.15 points.

Wall Street drops as China data rattles investors

U.S. stocks fell sharply in afternoon trading on Monday and were set for their worst third-quarter performance in four years as investors worried about the health of China`s economy and its potential impact on the timing of a U.S. interest rate increase.

Dow ends choppy day slightly lower; Nasdaq gains

US stocks ended a rocky week on a muted note Friday, with the Dow dipping and Nasdaq advancing as fears about a global economic slowdown due to China tested sentiment.

Wall Street surges for second day as China fears fade

Wall Street rallied on Thursday as investors grew optimistic that the worst of recent market turmoil was over after strong U.S. economic data and hints that a September interest-rate hike was unlikely.

Qualcomm sells UK spectrum rights to Vodafone and CK Hutchison

Qualcomm in June announced that it was putting a chunk of spectrum up for sale in Britain, which could appeal to mobile operators grappling with demand for Internet access.

Wall Street posts biggest rally of the year

The Nasdaq composite index led the way with a 3.2 percent rise, boosted by Apple`s 5.7 percent gain to $108.96. The stock slumped as much as 13 percent on Monday.

China impact: Wall Street opens in red, Dow Jones falls 1,000 points

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 955.93 points, or 5.81 percent, to 15,503.82, the S&P 500 lost 94.92 points, or 4.82 percent, to 1,875.97 and the Nasdaq composite dropped 378.08 points, or 8.03 percent, to 4,327.96.

Apple and interest rate jitters weigh on Wall Street

Wall Street extended losses on Tuesday as investors worried about a rise in interest rates while Apple`s shares hit their lowest in over six months.

US stocks drop as oil equities tumble

US stocks dropped Monday with petroleum-linked equities retreating on a big drop in oil prices as Wall Street girds for a busy week of economic reports.

US stocks mostly up; Yelp, Twitter dive
US stocks mostly up; Yelp, Twitter dive

US stocks were mostly higher early Wednesday ahead of a Federal Reserve policy statement as microblogging company Twitter and online listings site Yelp plunged on disappointing outlooks.

US stocks fall; Apple down 4.9% as earnings disappoint

A 4.9 percent plunge by Apple following a disappointing earnings report led US stocks lower in early trade Wednesday.

PayPal returns to market with $52 billion valuation

PayPal Holdings Inc shares jumped as much as 11 percent in their highly anticipated return to the Nasdaq on Monday, valuing the company at about $52 billion.

Google propels Nasdaq to another record high close
Google propels Nasdaq to another record high close

A major rally in Google pushed the Nasdaq to a second straight record high on Friday while weak energy stocks weighed on the Dow and S&P 500.

Nasdaq hits record high; energy weighs on S&P, Dow

The Nasdaq composite hit a record high on Friday on strong results from Google, while the Dow and the S&P 500 fell, dragged down by Boeing and energy stocks.

Tokyo stocks open up 0.81%

Tokyo stocks opened 0.81 percent higher on Friday, backed by gains on Wall Street and a breather in the yen`s rise against the dollar.

Nasdaq breaks record-high set during dotcom boom
Nasdaq breaks record-high set during dotcom boom

The Nasdaq Composite index surpassed the 15-year all-time high it set during the peak of the dotcom bubble on Thursday as more data showed the U.S. economy was gathering steam.

Asian shares and euro slip as Greece fails to reach debt deal

Asian shares fell and the euro skidded in Asian trade on Monday, after Greece`s talks with lenders to avert a default ended with no agreement and Wall Street logged losses ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting.

US stocks end week on a down note

US stocks closed a choppy week on a down note Friday, following European markets lower on fears of a Greek debt default.

Asia shares, euro stifled by Greek drama

The euro had less luck as talks on Greece showed no sign of reaching a deal. The single currency was off at $1.1254, from a high of $1.1387 set on Wednesday.