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By April Joyner NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street's major stock indexes pared gains in late afternoon trading on Tuesday as lower oil prices weighed on the energy sector. The energy sector (.SPNY) fell ...
Wall Street's major stock indexes pared gains in late afternoon trading on Tuesday as lower oil prices weighed on the energy sector. The energy sector fell 1.0 percent as Brent crude oil shed some of its recent gains, falling nearly $1 per barrel. "Lower energy prices are taking us down a little bit," said Tracie McMillion, head of global asset allocation strategy at Wells Fargo Investment Institute in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
A price of a single bitcoin was tumbling on Tuesday, off 11% at around $12,100, underlining a broad selloff among the virtual currencies spurred by nagging fears of increased regulation.
Well, it was nice while it lasted. Stocks logged a record surge at the end of last week, and that euphoria carried over to this morning, with stocks climbing just because. However, all that changed this ...
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When President Donald Trump celebrates the first anniversary of his inauguration later this week, U.S. stock-market investors may be cheering along with him.
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Alan Valdes of Silverbear Capital joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the record-setting day Wall St. is having and when he expects the markets to fluctuate with more volatility.