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Market recap for Monday March 19
Stocks rise on Tuesday, following sharp losses in the previous session that were led by a selloff in Facebook, and as investors renew their concerns over a brewing global trade war.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sitting pretty at the end of January. The S&P 500 has risen 0.2% to 2717.22 this morning, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 131.20 points, or 0.5%, to 24,742.11. The Nasdaq Composite has advanced 0.2% to 7356.26.
On this first official day of spring, it’s still feeling wintery for stocks, especially if you’re a Facebook bull. But maybe a present is coming from the Federal Reserve. That’s the suggestion from our ...
Treasury yields rose on Tuesday as traders positioned themselves ahead of the start of a two-day Federal Reserve meeting commencing later Tuesday, that is expected to reveal an upbeat outlook for the economy ...
It’s taken awhile, and the returns are barely visible — but for the first time this interest-rate cycle, savings rates appear to be creeping upward.
S&P 500 technology stocks (.SPLRCT), after a fleeting advance at the opening bell, were back modestly in the red, adding to Monday's steep losses when Facebook Inc's (FB.O) data privacy issues hit the sector. Investors are also focused on the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting where it is expected to raise interest rates by a quarter percentage point. The past nine years of U.S. stock market gains have come with the Fed fostering an environment of easy money for the financial system, but it has begun gradually withdrawing that accommodation as the economy appears to be on healthier footing.
U.S. stock-index benchmarks on Tuesday attempts to bounce back after a sharp selloff in the previous session powered by social-media giant Facebook Inc.’s worst daily decline in about four years, which ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average regained its footing in positive territory for the year in early trade on Tuesday, as the stock market attempted to recover from a technology-fueled selloff on Monday. ...
U.S. equity markets opened slightly higher on Tuesday, rebounding from sharp losses from the previous session, as investors focused on the two-day FOMC policy meeting. The Federal Reserve is expected to ...
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading as the Street looks for leadership ahead of the FOMC meeting.