U.S. stocks climb; S&P 500 tops 1,400
U.S. stocks rise, with the S&P 500 index surpassing 1,400 for the first time in three months, on thinking global central banks are ready to act. See full story.
Fed's Rosengren makes case for sizeable QE3
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said the economy was treading water and needed another round of asset purchases that should be open-ended. But, in a separate interview, another Fed official said more easing would be a mistake. See full story.
StanChart dives after Iran allegations, downgrades
Shares of Standard Chartered tumble in Hong Kong after a New York regulator alleges that it 'schemed' with Iran and hid transactions worth at least $250 billion, threatening to cancel its state banking license. See full story.
Tuesday's top gaining and declining stocks
MarketWatch's daily rundown of shares making sizable moves in the U.S. stock market. See full story.
Chesapeake, Tesoro lead energy stock gains
Chesapeake Energy rises on fatter profit; Tesoro up as Chevron faces refinery fire. Energy stocks rise as crude oil prices touch their loftiest levels in three months. See full story.
ECB chief Mario Draghi knows, better than almost anyone, how risky it is to brook full-frontal confrontation with the Bundesbank, writes David Marsh. See full story.
Most financial advisers have their clients' best interests at heart, but there are a few bad apples. Here's how to protect yourself, and your retirement funds, from rogue brokers and bad advice. See full story.