- Tesla plans to supply FDA-approved ventilators free of cost – Musk
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday the company has extra FDA-approved ventilators to be shipped free of cost to hospitals within regions where the electric carmaker delivers.
- UPDATE 1-Swiss bank watchdog toughens stance on dividends
Switzerland's bank watchdog on Tuesday toughened its line against banks paying dividends, saying that capital relief to promote lending during the coronavirus crisis would be cut for any new divi …
- UPDATE 1-Brazil's Vale says resumption of lost capacity could be slowed
Brazilian mining company Vale SA said on Tuesday it was at risk of postponing the resumption of lost production capacity due to possible coronavirus-related delays in inspections, assessments and auth …
- Some Whole Foods workers call for 'sick out'
A group of workers at Whole Foods Market called on others to phone in sick at all of the grocer's stores on Tuesday to protest what they say is a lack of adequate compensation and protections fro …
- UPDATE 2-Trump completes rollback of Obama-era vehicle fuel efficiency rules
President Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday completed a rollback of vehicle emissions standards adopted under his predecessor Barack Obama and will require 1.5% annual increases in efficie …
- UPDATE 1-Schlumberger cuts executive salaries, reduces workforce amid oil price crash
Oilfield services provider Schlumberger on Tuesday said it will implement widespread salary and job cuts as it grapples with a sharp decline in revenue from the oil price collapse.
- Dow futures fall more than 200 points after market posts worst first quarter on record
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 are coming off of their worst first quarter in history.
- Jeffrey Gundlach says the coronavirus sell-off will worsen again in April, taking out the March low
"Take out the low of March and then we'll get a more enduring low," the so-called bond king said.
- Here's what happened to the stock market on Tuesday
The major averages gyrated between gains and losses throughout the session as Wall Street wrapped up a volatile quarter.
- The Fed's Loretta Mester says to expect 'some really bad economic numbers' before things get better
The coronavirus crisis is going to push unemployment past 10%, but it may not be as bad as some forecasts, Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said in a CNBC interview Tuesday.
- Stock market live Tuesday: Dow drops 410 points, down 23% in 2020, Worst first quarter ever
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 posted their worst first quarters in history as equities sold off further.
- Dow drops 400 points as stocks close out their worst first quarter ever
Stocks fell on Tuesday, the last day of the first quarter, as investors wrapped up a period of historic market volatility sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.