U.S. stocks slip as Spanish yields rise
U.S. stocks on Monday extend losses into a third session as Spanish yields topped levels viewed as unsustainable and ahead of earnings from Alcoa. See full story.
MasterCard, Visa fall after UBS says sell
Shares of Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. both fall after analysts at UBS cut the stock to sell from neutral and the companies' growth is slowing and their shares are pricey. See full story.
Oil wavers between small gains and losses
Oil futures swerve between small gains and losses Monday, supported by fears that Norway could see a production shutdown and dragged by lingering concerns about the global economy. See full story.
Alcoa faces low bar after Street cuts profit views
Aluminium maker Alcoa is expected to squeeze out a small second-quarter profit when it unofficially kicks off the latest round of corporate earnings Monday afternoon. See full story.
Blood and beer spill as bulls run in Pamplona
The northern Spanish city of Pamplona's famed Festival of San Fermin kicked off Friday and hosted its third and mots dramatic running of the bulls early Monday. See full story.
Not everyone is suffering from our hard times, writes Rex Nutting. If you are a corporation, this is the best of times. See full story.
It's a situation that seems to defy supply-and-demand logic: If there's more demand in the housing market, wouldn't the cost of borrowing funds to buy a home be significantly on the rise? See full story.