A look at Monday's Greater Akron high school sports action.
Sandra Cisneros discusses her new poetry collection "Woman Without Shame," owning her sexual desires at every age and why she feels her best at 67.
Long before he built one of the far-right largest anti-government militia groups in U.S. history, whose members would eventually storm the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, Stewart Rhodes was a promising Yale Law School graduate. (Sept. 26)
The 86-year-old investing legend has spoken. Pay attention.
The mortgage REIT completed a reverse split on Friday, so it's the first trading day post-split. A stock decline in this situation isn't odd at all.
(Bloomberg) -- Asset-management giant Vanguard Group is shutting down one of its US exchange-traded funds for the first time. Most Read from BloombergJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentUK Market Selloff Slams Gilts, Pound, Piling Pressure on BOEStocks, Commodities Drop; US Treasury Yields Surge: Markets WrapWall Street Banks Prep for Grim China Scenarios Over TaiwanInterpol Issues Red Notice for Terra’s Do Kwon, Korea SaysThe $39.7 million Vanguard U.S. Liquidity Fac
The dollar's sustained rise is increasing the risk of global stagflation and recession, according to Mohamed El-Erian, the president of Queens' College at Cambridge University.
The current valuation looks reasonable, especially when considering the company's momentum in market share.
The selling in stock markets looks poised to continues, warns veteran strategist Sam Stovall.
The Arizona-based electric and hydrogen-fueled semitruck maker has recalled all 93 vehicles it has manufactured to date after an employee discovered a problem with the seat belts in the company's trucks.
There's nothing like a bear market to remind S&P 500 investors how low stocks can go. And it's a surprisingly low number per share.
Tesla's is looking for internal support in a last-minute push to meet a 'very high volume' of Q3 delivery obligations.
(Bloomberg) -- Tens of thousands of solar panels are sitting unused in warehouses across Europe just as the continent struggles with an unprecedented energy crisis. Most Read from BloombergJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentEverything-Selloff on Wall Street Deepens on 98% Recession OddsStocks, Commodities Drop; US Treasury Yields Surge: Markets WrapUK Market Selloff Slams Gilts, Pound, Piling Pressure on BOEWall Street Banks Prep for Grim China Scenarios Over TaiwanT
Long story short: the sooner you act, the easier it'll be.
Citi head of European FX strategy Vasileios Gkionakis joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss currency moves in the pound sterling and U.S. dollar.
Cathie Wood favors the stocks of companies with disruptive potential. As a result, Wood's ARK Invest exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have significant positions in some of the highest-profile stock-split stocks of 2022. Here are two stock-split stocks that Wood loves -- and two more that she likes.
After a grisly 1H22 which represented the stock market’s worst performance since 1970, the second half is shaping up to be a bit of a disappointment too. After clawing back some of the losses, it’s been onto the slide again with the S&P 500 almost back to the mid-June lows. The bad news, according to billionaire investor Carl Icahn, is that things could still get worse from here. “I think a lot of things are cheap, and they’re going to get cheaper,” said Icahn, pointing to the economic malaise,
Zacks.com users have recently been watching Alibaba (BABA) quite a bit. Thus, it is worth knowing the facts that could determine the stock's prospects.
How many times have you read or heard that the S&P 500 returns 10% per year? The actual average return -- after adjusting for inflation, reinvesting dividends, and assuming you pay no taxes-- is almost half that. How is the oft-quoted figure promising 10% average annual returns so far off?
The Nasdaq Composite index has fallen into a bear market, declining 31% year to date, taking the share prices and valuations of growth stocks to levels not seen in a while. The highest inflation in the U.S. in four decades combined with sharp hikes in the federal funds rate by the Federal Reserve has caused this swoon. There's no better time to buy strong, well-run companies than a bear market, but the caveat is that you must be prepared to hold them over the long term.