President Nicolas Maduro has announced the closure of Venezuela's border crossings with Brazil, as part of a sustained bid to prevent humanitarian aid flowing into the country.
Trade tensions, along with pressure on companies from Beijing, have caused a decline in Chinese direct investment into the United States. Still, Chinese home purchases and venture capital funding continue to grow.
A border wall could force migrant families into more dangerous ways of crossing the border.
Shares in Banca Carige failed to start trading at the open after the top investor in the troubled Italian lender put its future into question by blocking a key 400 million euro ($455 million) new share issue.
With the last surviving perpetrators of Nazi war crimes now well into old age, Germany is racing against time to bring them to justice.
U.S. senators say they are "concerned" that Robinhood and other fintech companies may be dodging regulatory scrutiny.
Payments company Square is re-filing an application to open an industrial loan company in Utah.
The corporate debt scaring policy experts like former Fed Chair Janet Yellen isn't throwing too much of a fright into market participants.
The government's nonfarm payrolls report showed growth of 155,000. Though that's still a pretty healthy level of gains this late into an expansion, it could be enough to make the Fed hesitate about its plans to keep raising interest rates.