Buying by money managers trying to match this year’s stock gains helped fuel last week’s rally but has deepened fear of an early 2015 slump.

Ocwen’s chairman will step down as part of a settlement between the mortgage-servicing firm and New York’s top financial regulator.

Venezuela has been hard hit by a slide in oil prices, raising concerns about its debt and the health of developing economies world-wide.

Citigroup pushed forward with a series of metal-financing deals in China despite warnings of risks, people familiar with the talks said.

Drug-benefit-manager Express Scripts will make an AbbVie drug the exclusive option for hepatitis C patients.

The U.S. and Cuba will face claims of over $7 billion for nationalized assets as part of their move to normalize ties.

An ex-Petrobras official gave prosecutors data that purportedly show the board was told of an alleged bribery scheme as early as 2009.

Xiaomi’s latest round of financing values the Chinese smartphone maker at more than $45 billion.

Nissan plans to increase output in Japan and boost exports next year, its CEO said.

Dish Networks has stopped carrying two Fox channels amid a contract dispute.

“The Hobbit” opened in first place at the box office, bringing in $56.2 million.