Asian stocks rise after Fed leaves US rates unchanged

Ahead of the decision, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat, perched at its highest levels since September 12. The currency slid against nearly all of its major peers Thursday, a day after the US central bank left its policy rate unchanged and projected a boost by year-end.

Wells Fargo fiasco should have been Hillary Clinton's moment: Wells

Wells Fargo will eliminate the sales goals by January 1, according to a statement. According to regulators, thousands of Wells Fargo employees were allegedly involved in a widespread scheme to reach aggressive sales goals - and earn bonuses - by creating 2 million accounts, including credit cards, customers didn't authorize.

Girl, three, among eight injured in Baltimore shooting

Monroe said police were converging at the site of the shooting and that more details would be released later. Baltimore County Police said on Facebook that the man who was fatally shot by police was 33-year-old Oddis Bernard Colvin, Jr.

Oil Prices Fall Ahead Of Expected US Crude Stock Build

Japan's Ministry of Finance said that last month that crude imports in the country increased 0.5% from the same month past year and reached 3.38 million barrels a day. Earlier this month, Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was time for major oil producers - such as Russia and OPEC - to agree to an output cap.

Pats QB Brissett's right thumb could be concern in Week 4

However this injury could mean a trip to injured reserve with starter Tom Brady only suspended for one more game. But as Belichick's crew built a 20-0 lead in the third quarter that felt like 200-0, the Jets, Dolphins and Bills had to be feeling as helpless as Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler looked.

The case for an increase in the federal funds rate has strengthened

The Fed increased interest rates for the first time in more than nine years in December 2015, with hopes of breaking with a crisis stance that dates back to the 2008 economic crash. "Conditions in the labor market are strengthening, and we expect that to continue". In the currency market, the dollar was softer on the Fed's policy outlook, with the dollar's index against a basket of six major currencies slipping to its lowest level in almost two weeks yesterday.