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Stocks maintain gains following the Fed's rate hike. Yahoo Finance’s Jen Rogers, Andy Serwer, and Rick Newman discuss Janet Yellen’s term.
U.S. stock futures rise and European shares decline on Thursday as investors across the globe weigh a spate of central bank decisions.
Even in a year crowded with superlatives and multiple records, the Nasdaq has managed to outshine its peers, logging a whopping 28% rally in 2017. And the tech-laden index is expected to have another banner ...
The Fed's widely-anticipated rate hike still has markets scrambling to re-set prices amid a busy slate of central bank decisions and the potential for a final decision on U.S. tax reform.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted a fresh record Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates for the third time this year and said it remains on track to chart a similar ...
The Dow Jones 30 and the NASDAQ 100 both rallied after the interest rate decision on Wednesday, showing signs that the rally is still very much intact.
Declines in Asian financial stocks pressured some Asia-Pacific stock markets as investors reacted to the Federal Reserve’s latest rate rise.
Bond guru Jeff Gundlach said the Republican tax plan could have “unintended consequences” on high-yield bonds, also known as junk debt
How's this for weird? The election upset in Alabama couldn't keep stocks down, but the S&P 500 finished near its low of the day despite a dovish rate hike. The S&P 500 finished little changed at 2662.85 ...
On a mixed day for the indexes, Apple's big investment in Finisar sent the latter's shares skyrocketing, and Nordic American Tanker sank after announcing a stock offering.
U.S. stocks rise on Wednesday, with both the Dow and the S&P 500 hitting records after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, as had been widely expected.
The S&P 500 ended slightly lower on Wednesday pressured by the financial sector after the Federal Reserve announced a widely expected interest rate hike but kept its rate outlook for coming years even as it projected faster U.S. economic growth. The quarter-percentage-point rise in the overnight lending rate, which marked the third hike this year, came along with an increase to the Fed's 2018 gross domestic product growth forecast to 2.5 percent from 2.1 percent. The Dow and the Nasdaq ended higher but the S&P could not sustain gains in choppy trading after the Fed statement.