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While the S&P 500 rose, the Nasdaq fell, and investors are still struggling to figure out what’s next for the Fed and the trade war.
Wall Street finished in the green reversing its five-day negative trend on Thursday following news that United States and China have ramped up their efforts to resolve lingering trade disputes
Stocks were mixed Friday as dovish commentary from the Fed helped to address some fears. Concern over semiconductor demand is the latest tech-sector concern.
U.S. stocks look set for a lower open even as Asian and European markets keep it together. Blame Nvidia? Or too much optimism about a trade deal?
Friday 21.00 GMT Sterling recovered some ground against the dollar and European stock indices stabilised at the end of a week dominated by the twists and turns of the Brexit drama . The pound’s rally came ...
The S&P 500 was down 0.1 per cent in late morning trade, pulling back from a gain of as much as 0.3 per cent, and having dropped as much as ⅔ of 1 per cent earlier in the session. The telecommunications sector was the best performer on Friday, up 1.2 per cent. Next best was the utilities sector, up 1 per cent, followed by healthcare, up 0.7 per cent.
Asia-Pacific equities dipped on Friday as optimism over negotiations between the US and China on trade that helped drive Wall Street higher failed to light up stocks in the region. US stocks had a weak ...
Markets turned losses into gains on reports that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told some corporate executives new tariffs on Chinese goods were being delayed.
Michelle "Miki" Bowman was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to take the Federal Reserve's governor seat dedicated to someone with community banking experience.
Investing.com – Wall Street opened lower on Thursday, after jobless claims numbers were consistent with a strengthening labor market.The S&P 500 fell 16 points, or 0.62%, to 2,684.82 as of 9:35 AM ET (14:35 GMT), while the Dow dipped 159 points, or 0.64%, to 24,921.06 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite was down 11 points, or 0.17% to 7,124.54.The number of people who filed for unemployment assistance in the U.S. rose by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 216,000 from the previous week’s total of 214,000. The numbers give support to the Federal Reserve gradually increasing interest ...
U.S. stock markets closed sharply lower on Wednesday following investor concerns that banks will face tighter regulations once Democrats take control of the House of Representatives
The S&P 500 is in the midst of a five-day losing streak, despite starting the day higher every day this week.
Wall Street erased earlier losses to post solid gains on Thursday, mounting a comeback as technology and energy shares climbed. The S&P 500, down more than 1 per cent in morning trade, closed nearly 1.1 per cent higher to snap a five-day losing streak.
Wall Street lurched higher and into positive territory during lunchtime trade, giving the S&P 500 a shot at ending a five-day losing streak. The S&P 500 was up 0.6 per cent, putting the benchmark on track to end a five-session losing streak, which is its longest in almost three weeks.
Apple shares are down almost 20% from their highs and Wall Street firms just won't stop publishing a torrent of negative commentary about the iPhone maker.
Maxine Waters, slated to lead the House Financial Services Committee, said she would focus on stopping efforts to rollback red tape on the banking industry.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was lower Wednesday as investors balanced largely positive news on inflation against Chinese data and worries about Brexit.
STOCKSTOWATCHTODAY BLOG 11:29 a.m. Stocks were dropping in late-morning trading after starting higher on Wednesday. The S&P 500 has fallen 0.5% to 2707.74, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has declined 139.
“What if you knew how much your data was worth to Facebook, on a monthly basis,” Senator Warner asked.
Wall Street found some support from gains in the energy sector, as oil prices recouped some of the previous day’s steep losses. Apple came under renewed pressure from persistent concern that demand for iPhones might have peaked.