U.S. stocks are set to continue to push higher, as investors take comfort from signs of economic strength ahead.
Wall Street's main indexes were set to hit fresh three-month highs on Tuesday.
Global stocks hovered near three-month highs and the dollar remain flat.
Investors are taking a closer look at the market's consumer discretionary companies.
The coronavirus pandemic crushed its sales and stocks then it changed its executives' pay packages, handing them a multimillion-dollar windfall.
Renault, Nissan Motor Co, and Mitsubishi Motors Corp ruled out a merger on Wednesday.
HNIs dared to buy stocks which were worst hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic, through the nose.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd reported on Friday forecast-beating fourth-quarter revenues and profits.
TJX Cos Inc said it was seeing very strong sales as its stores reopened post-coronavirus lockdowns.
Wall Street was set to open higher on Wednesday.
Saudi Aramco sees its stock recovering to the level it traded before the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Japan's SoftBank Group Corp reported an $18 billion loss at its giant Vision Fund.
Hours after Amazon’s withdrawal of overtime pay for warehouse and delivery workers, CEO Jeff Bezos seeks trillions.
Sony Corp expects operating profit to drop at least 30% this financial year to its lowest in four years.
U.S. stocks were mixed after the stock trading closed on Monday.
Universal Display Corp. came out with quarterly earnings of $0.80 per share.
Wall Street was hoping that the shift towards more online buying will see their businesses and stocks surge this year.