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U.S. stocks close lower Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average logging its longest losing streak in three months. S&P 500 falls for fifth day. Oil prices bounced up.
Most Asian stock markets gained Thursday after Wall Street fell and Britain's Cabinet endorsed a draft agreement to leave the European Union. KEEPING SCORE: The Shanghai Composite Index rose 1 percent ...
Low unemployment, the continued benefits of the Republican-led corporate tax cuts, and concerns of a protracted economic slowdown in Europe should result in U.S. equities remaining the best-performing world market, investors said at the Reuters Global Investment 2019 Outlook Summit in New York this week. U.S. stocks have already outperformed other markets this year at a clip that is the best in nearly five years. "From the growth differential perspective, even though the U.S. is now slowing, the rest is slowing more sharply.
Invesitng.com – Wall Street closed lower on weakness in tech and financials, though signs of Brexit-deal progress lifted sentiment.
By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices bounced up on Wednesday, as hopes for output cuts fuelled a partial rebound from the previous session's steep decline, and the euro and sterling gained ...
The traditional end-of-the-year stock market rally could come a little later this year, says the veteran trader. "For the short run, we have to put Santa Claus' picture on a milk carton," Cashin says. The traditional end-of-the-year stock rally could come a little later as traders watch to see if market levels can hold up, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC Wednesday.
Technology companies and banks led stocks lower on a turbulent day on Wall Street, extending the market's slide to a fifth day. Bond prices rose Wednesday as traders shifted money into low-risk assets. ...
Oil prices bounced up on Wednesday, as hopes for output cuts fueled a partial rebound from the previous session's steep decline, and the euro and sterling gained as British Prime Minister Theresa May obtained ...
Investing.com - Anxiety over the U.S.-China trade war and Brexit is keeping gold's $1,200 perch alive, even as the dollar tries to gain leverage against the yellow metal on the same concerns.
Wall Street stocks fell on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 notching a fifth straight day of losses as financial stocks were hit by fears that regulations on the banking industry would tighten once the Democratic Party takes control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Financial stocks fell after Democrat Maxine Waters, who is expected to become chair of the House Financial Services Committee, made clear that she intends to push for stricter rules on the sector. Waters said she was concerned by the Federal Reserve's efforts to reduce capital and liquidity requirements for banks and wants the central bank to vigorously supervise large banks.
British Prime Minister Theresa May wins approval of her Brexit plan from parliament, but a hard-fought battle—and market volatility—lies ahead.