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Ryan Detrick, LPL Financial Senior Market Strategist, joined Yahoo Finance's The Final Round to discuss the disconnect between the stock market and the economy and give his outlook for the market.
Keith Lerner, Truist / SunTrust Advisory Services Chief Market Strategist, joins The Final Round to highlight what recent market action means for investors and argues the case for a bull market.
Dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine Dr. Lloyd Minor joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers to discuss the latest spike in coronavirus cases and the medical school's teaching strategy amid the pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit Medical Director Dr. Brian Garibaldi joins Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman to discuss the latest COVID-19 outlook as global cases surpass 6.5 million.
Sola Salon CEO Christina Russell joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to discuss reopening more than 200 Sola Salon locations and help break down the future of the salon industry.
GARP Risk Institute Co-President Mark Carey joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to asses how company’s are faring with corporate debt risk.
The Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would help give small businesses more time to use relief loans. Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith weighs in.
In this week's episode of Influencers, Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer speaks with Koch Disruptive Technologies President, Chase Koch, about his venture capital endeavor and what the company is doing to push Koch Industries into the future.
Dow Jones futures: Coronavirus stock market rally sector rotation continued, with airlines soaring and growth names falling. Tesla is in the friend zone. Slack and RH led earnings movers.
Asian stocks were poised for their biggest weekly rise in over eight years while the euro hovered near a 1-1/2 month high as Europe's central bank surprised with more stimulus, fuelling hopes for a global rebound. The equities rally prompted investors to take winnings ahead of Friday's nonfarm payrolls data, which is expected to show further deterioration in the U.S. jobs market. As a result, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside of Japan slipped 0.2% from a 12-week top with China's blue-chip index <.CSI300> off 0.2%.
Asian stocks were poised for their biggest weekly rise in over eight years while the euro hovered near a 1-1/2 month high as Europe's central bank surprised with more stimulus, fuelling hopes for a global rebound. The equities rally prompted investors to take winnings ahead of Friday's nonfarm payrolls data, which is expected to show further deterioration in the U.S. jobs market. As a result, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside of Japan slipped 0.2% from a 12-week top with China's blue-chip index off 0.2%.
U.S. stock-index futures were bouncing around in thin trade Thursday evening, with investors looking toward a labor-market report that could reflect soaring unemployment even as the data hints at a decelerating pace of job losses in the coronavirus-stricken economy. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average were off 16 points, or less than 0.1%, at 26,235, those for the S&P 500 index were edging down less than 0.1% at 3,109.25, while Nasdaq-100 futures ticked up by about 0.1% at 9,635.50. Economists predict the official unemployment rate will climb to 19% in May, the MarketWatch survey shows, though some think it could approach as high as 25% unofficially. At that level it could approach the worst levels since the Great Depression. Another 7.25 million U.S. jobs may have disappeared in May, after the loss of more than 20 million in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the partial reopening of businesses in the past few weeks suggests the damage to the economy may be mostly done--for now. Thus far, investors have focused on reopenings and hope that the economy will recover soon if another outbreak doesn't hit the U.S. Director of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield testifying Thursday in front of the House Appropriations Committee said that he is "very concerned" that Americans are becoming too lax about the dangers of the contagion. The disease has infected 6.5 million people world-wide, and 1.8 million in the U.S., while nearly 390,000 people have died from the the virus that originated in Wuhan, China in December, according to data from Johns Hopkins University as of Thursday night.
Pork-products giant Hormel taps the corporate bond market to borrow $1 billion on Thursday, as the company and others work to tamp down new infections of COVID-19 at meat-processing plants.
Riots, disease, joblessness widespread despair — and the S&P 500 index just closed the books on its best 50-session stretch ever. Make sense? Doesn’t even have to anymore?
Stock futures rose slightly Thursday evening, drifting higher as investors awaited the Labor Department’s May jobs report and digested very early signs of recovery in the virus-stricken economy.
Disney stock is making a comeback after coronavirus closures took a toll. Here's what fundamental and technical analysis says about buying Disney now.
Positive sentiment in the airlines sector lifted shares of aerospace giant Boeing, a Dow component. About 2 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, which pushed the S&P 500 slightly into the red.
Among the Dow Jones stocks, Apple and Microsoft are among the top stocks to buy and watch in June 2020.
CrowdStrike, a new leader in the security software space, is clearing hitting stiff upside resistance near 100.
As the S&P 500 (^GSPC) hovers around 40% from its March 23rd low, one veteran strategist is reminded of the massive rally that took place when the markets were emerging from the financial crisis 11 years ago.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday books a fourth straight gain, its longest since late April, partly on the back of a burst higher in shares of Boeing Co., but the broader market took a pause as investors found it difficult to push equity values demonstrably higher.
Shares of American Airlines Group Inc. soared to a record gain on record volume Thursday, to lead a broad rally in the airline sector, after the carrier indicated it was boosting capacity amid increasing signs that the worst of the COVID-19-related crisis was over.
Stocks ended mostly lower Thursday, though the Dow Jones Industrial Average eked out a tiny gain to extend its win streak to four sessions. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite, meanwhile snapped a four-day run of gains. Equities had rallied strongly this week, boosted by signs the economic contraction caused by the COVID-19 lockdown was beginning to ease. The Dow ended the day up around 12 points, or less than 0.1%, near 26,282, while the S&P 500 gave up around 11 points, or 0.3%, to close near 3,112, according to preliminary figures. The Nasdaq gave up 67 points, or 0.7%, to finish at 9,615. Earlier, the Nasdaq 100 touched an all-time intraday high. It ended the day down 75 points, or 0.8%. Another 1.9 million U.S. workers applied for first-time unemployment benefits in the week ended May 30, the Labor Department reported Thursday, slightly higher than the 1.8 million consensus among economists polled by MarketWatch. The data suggest that the economy may have seen the worst of the impact of the epidemic. The May jobs report due Friday morning is expected to show the U.S. economy shed another 7.25 million jobs last month.
Stocks struggled to cobble together a fifth straight day of gains as data showed new unemployment claims totaled another 1.877 million last week.