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Time magazine named “The Silence Breakers” as its 2017 person of the year on Wednesday, referring to the many individuals who helped expose the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender discrimination ...
GE’s stock has fallen toward an important Fibonacci retracement chart level, which could provide important long-term support, as recent near-term technical developments suggest the worst may be over.
The strong November jobs report was helped by the weak September one when hurricanes impacted job growth
A stronger-than-expected pickup in U.S. hiring helped lift two major indexes to weekly gains, capping a choppy streak for the stock market.
The U.S. economy is hitting milestones not seen in more than a decade, marked by robust hiring that has led to low unemployment and a sustained pickup in output.
The Dow and the S&P 500 finished the week higher, while the Nasdaq just missed after U.S. payrolls surprised to the upside. The S&P 500 rose 0.4% this week after gaining 0.6% to 2651.50 today, an all-time high, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 97.57 points, or 0.4%, this week after rising 117.68 points, or 0.5%, to 24329.16, also a record. The Nasdaq Composite dipped 0.1% this week advancing 0.4% to 6840.08 today.
On a day the indexes closed at record highs, shares of ForeScout soared on strong revenue growth, and Radius Health jumped following encouraging drug trial results.
Wall Street and other major global stock markets posted solid gains on Friday and the U.S. dollar rose for a fifth straight day after data showed robust U.S. job growth. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index (.FTEU3) rose 0.74 percent, supported by news that Britain and the European Union had a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations. U.S. jobs grew at a strong clip in November even though the wage gains that could fuel inflation remain moderate.
U.S. stocks rose on Friday, with both the Dow and the S&P 500 ending at closing records after the November jobs report came in much stronger than expected, underlining the economy’s strong fundamentals....
Wall Street and other major global stock markets posted solid gains on Friday and the U.S. dollar rose for a fifth straight day after data showed robust U.S. job growth. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index rose 0.74 percent, supported by news that Britain and the European Union had a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations. U.S. jobs grew at a strong clip in November even though the wage gains that could fuel inflation remain moderate.
Technology stocks such as Microsoft, Apple and Oracle helped pace the advance, as they continued to rebound from a selloff in the sector earlier in the week. About 5.85 billion shares changed hands in U.S. exchanges, compared with the 6.53 billion daily average over the last 20 sessions.
Stocks ended the week on an positive note Friday, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average logging record closes, while the Nasdaq Composite also advanced. The S&P 500 finished 0.6% higher at ...
U.S. stocks ended higher on Friday, buoyed by a solid payrolls report that locked in expectations for an interest rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve next week and raised optimism about economic prospects ...
Technology stocks such as Microsoft, Apple and Oracle helped pace the advance, building on the rebound from the selloff in the sector earlier in the week. Nonfarm payrolls rose by 228,000 jobs last month amid broad gains in hiring as the distortions from the recent hurricanes faded, Labor Department data showed, topping expectations calling for a rise by 200,000 jobs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 83.45 points, or 0.34 percent, to 24,294.93, the S&P 500 gained 11.39 points, or 0.43 percent, to 2,648.37 and the Nasdaq Composite added 31.30 points, or 0.46 percent, to 6,844.14.