NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 8, 2017) (NYSE) – Wall Street closed at a record high on Wednesday (November 8) as Apple’s AAPL.O market capitalization climbed above the $900 billion mark and videogame makers rallied. Continue reading
(REUTERS) – On the 30th anniversary of the 1987 stock market crash, U.S. stocks are at a record high and investors are concerned that steep valuations may mean a correction is overdue, despite healthy corporate earnings and economic growth.
Optimism about pro-growth policies and lower taxes fuel a Trump bump for U.S. markets during President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.
U.S. stocks extend their post-U.S. election rise with moderate gains that push the Dow above 19,000 and the three major indexes to record closing levels for a second straight day.
U.S. stocks rise sharply in a dramatic turnaround from deep overnight losses as Wall Street digested the upset presidential election victory of Republican Donald Trump.
Stocks surged more than two percent after the FBI said it would not press charges against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who is leading Donald Trump in at least five polls. Bobbi Rebell reports. Continue reading
Weak forecasts from tech companies including LinkedIn and worries about lofty valuations sends Wall St lower to end the week.
U.S. stocks close sharply lower as crude oil prices drop below 30 dollars (USD) a barrel and China fears deepen.
U.S. stocks down sharply in midday trade with investors unnerved by China volatility and the continuing slide in oil prices.
Stocks fell on Wednesday, after a shooting in southern California rattled the markets, adding to downward pressure after comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Bobbi Rebell reports.