Spain's Bank Bad Loans Hit Record High in June
Spanish banks' bad loans climbed to a new record as assets tied to the country's deflating property market soured further.
Oil Dips to $114 as U.S. Considers Oil Release
News the White House was mulling a potential release of strategic oil stocks knocked off more than a dollar on Brent crude oil prices.
Best and worst states for credit: the full list
The annual list of best and worst states for credit conditions is based on an analysis of the unemployment rate, bankruptcy rate, foreclosure rate, average credit score and credit card delinquency rate of each state.Here are the 2012 results:RankState1.North Dakota2.Vermont3.South
After Thursday's Rally, Futures Signal Mixed Open
After stocks posted their biggest gains in two weeks, Wall Street was pointing to a red open as traders wait for sentiment data due out after the bell.
Evercore Lowers Groupon Rating To Underweight
Evercore Partners analysts have downgraded shares of online bargain specialist Groupon Inc. to underweight, while cutting their target price on the stock to $3 a share from $6.50 a share.
Judge Mostly Affirms Markman Ruling in Vringo Case
A U.S. district court judge mostly upheld his Markman ruling in video-ringtone company Vringo Inc.'s (VRNG) patent lawsuit against a handful of major companies.
India Coal Minister Says Auctioning Coal Blocks Would Have Made Power Expensive
India's coal minister Friday dismissed the federal auditor's claims that the country lost about 1.85 billion rupees ($33 billion) in potential revenue by allocating coal blocks to private companies at low prices, saying that auctioning them could have made electricity costlier.
German Backing for ECB Action Lifts Global Markets, Euro
Global shares hit three-month highs with top European stocks and the euro lifted by apparent support from German Chancellor Angela Merkel for European Central Bank intervention to calm the euro zone's debt troubles.
Airlines Improve Arrival Times, Cancellations and Mishandled Baggage Rates
It’s been a record-breaking first half of the year for the U.S.’s largest airlines, according to new numbers from the U.S. Department of Transportation. Who were the stars of the report, and who has room for improvement?