S&P 500, Dow dip on oil price crash, earnings anxiety

(Reuters) – The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones headed lower on Monday following a strong two-week rally as oil prices crashed and investors grew cautious at the start of a week that is likely to bring more dismal quarterly

Asia shares turn cautious before earnings, U.S. crude crushed

SYDNEY/HONG KONG (Reuters) – Caution gripped Asian share markets on Monday amid expectations a busy week of corporate earnings reports and economic data will drive home the damage done by the global virus lockdowns, while a glut of supply sent

Ford's three-part unsecured debt offering worth $8 billion: IFR

(Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (F.N) will launch a three-part unsecured debt offering of $8 billion, yielding up to 9.6% on the 10-year loan, capital markets intelligence provider International Financing Review reported on Friday. Ford said earlier in the day

Super-charged global stocks race towards second weekly gain

LONDON (Reuters) – World stock markets made a super-charged sprint towards a second straight week of gains on Friday after President Donald Trump laid out plans to gradually reopen the coronavirus-hit U.S. economy following similar moves elsewhere. The bulls were