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Stocks hitting new highs as earnings season rolls on, and the government shutdown nears its end.
President Trump's tax overhaul will give the world economy a shot in the arm according to the International Monetary Fund, which raised its global growth outlook by two-tenths of a percent to 3.9% for both this year and next. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Myles Udland, Dan Roberts and Dan Howley discuss what this means for the markets.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the latest on the markets.
Global stocks are on the march once again thanks to an temporary agreement on funding for the U.S. government and an upgrade for global economic growth forecasts from the International Monetary Fund.
European stocks climbed in early trading, with Asia-Pacific stocks following U.S. indexes higher as the government’s shutdown came to an end.
U.K. stocks edged up Tuesday, keying off advances on Wall Street as the U.S. government shutdown drew to an end, while EasyJet and Sky shares were perched at the top of the London blue-chip index.
Another day of gains was in store for U.S. stocks on Tuesday, as investors shed their concerns, at least for now, over U.S. politics and refocused their energy on results.
Stocks rise at least 30% in the last two years of a bull market, so don’t cash in yet, says top U.K. fund manager Alan Higgins, chief investment officer at Coutts & Co.
When President Donald Trump celebrates the first anniversary of his inauguration on Saturday, U.S. stock-market investors will have plenty to cheer along with him.
U.S. stocks surged on Monday after senators in Washington reached a deal to reopen the federal government, ending a 2-1/2-day shutdown that world markets largely took in stride. U.S. stocks jumped to session highs after reports that the Senate had struck an agreement to keep the government funded until Feb. 8. U.S. Treasury yields, which tended to fall during previous government shutdowns, rose as investors saw limited economic fallout from the political standoff and focused instead on a global economy motoring ahead and U.S. inflation pressures.
All three main stock market indexes finish at records as the Senate approves a procedural bill that clears the way to end the shutdown of the U.S. government.
U.S. stocks advanced on Monday as each of Wall Street's main scored records in the wake of a deal by U.S. senators to end the federal government shutdown. Legislation to renew federal funding to the government cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate and was expected soon to pass votes in the Senate and House of Representatives, allowing government to re-open through Feb 8.
U.S. stock-market indexes closed at records on Monday after the Senate approved a procedural bill that would allow the government to end a multiday shutdown. The S&P 500 rose 22.67 points, or 0.8%, to ...
Wall Street's main indexes hit record closing highs on Monday in the wake of a deal by U.S. senators to end the federal government shutdown. Based on the latest available data, the Dow Jones Industrial ...
U.S. stocks advanced on Monday as each of Wall Street's main indexes touched a record intraday level after U.S. senators struck a deal to end the federal government shutdown. U.S. senators voted to move forward on legislation that would reopen the federal government until Feb. 8. Funding legislation cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate and was expected to pass a full Senate vote promptly, allowing government to re-open.