Walmart Brings Back Early Layaway
The discount retailer will offer layaway a month early, giving cash-strapped shoppers more time to pay for holiday gifts, and will refund related fees with gift cards once payments are completed.
ECB: Speculation Over Bond Buying Plan Misleading
The European Central Bank said it is misleading to talk about a future bond-buying program that has not yet been fully planned.
MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Fall; Europe Bond Report Dismissed
U.S. stocks fell Monday after European officials debunked a reported plan to cap European bond yields.
Kinder Morgan Selling Rockies Assets for $3.3B
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will sell a package of gas processing, treating and pipeline assets in the Rocky Mountains to Tallgrass Energy Partners.
U.S. DATA WEEK AHEAD: Housing Will Be in Focus
Investors will have little data to kick around this week, but a release of minutes from the last Federal Reserve policy meeting may fill some of the void.
Thomson Reuters Completes Acquisition of FXall
Thomson Reuters Corp. (TRI) said Monday it has completed its acquisition of electronic foreign exchange trading system FX Alliance (FX), known as FXall among industry participants.
Correction to Monsanto Names President Story
"Monsanto Taps Begemann As President," at 9:38 a.m. EDT, misstated the age of Monsanto Chief Executive Hugh Grant in the fifth paragraph.
Aetna, Coventry Shares Jump On Deal News
Shares of health insurers Aetna Inc. and Coventry Health Care Inc. jumped Monday on word that Aetna would purchase Coventry in a $7.3 billion deal.
Zagg, bebe stores inc Among Stocks Gapping Down Monday
Here are stocks that gapped down today with opening prices significantly lower than the previous trading day's close: After closing the previous trading session at $8.42, Zagg (NASDAQ:ZAGG) gapped down with an opening price of $7.10.
Camelot Information Systems, ThermoGenesis Gapping Up Monday
These stocks gapped up today and had open prices sharply higher than the previous trading day's close: Camelot Information Systems (NYSE:CIS) closed the previous trading session at $2.22, gapping up to open at $2.46 today.