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Dow component Procter & Gamble reported a slight beat on earnings and revenue came in roughly in line with expectations. However, sales were soft, sending shares down sharply lower in early trading Friday. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman and Jared Blikre discuss how the consumer giant's battle with activist hedge-fund manager Nelson Peltz is far from over.
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Stocks are rising after the Senate votes for a budget blueprint that paves the way for major tax cuts.
How quiet is this record-setting stock market? By at least one measure, the S&P 500 index is on pace to register is lengthiest period of quiescence in more than two decades—and perhaps ever.
Beware stock market investors. Tax cuts are critical to maintaining their record-setting ascent, according to Steven Mnuchin.
Robust third-quarter earnings results provided a fillip to the equity market, but, the Nasdaq bucked the broader trend to finish lower as Apple slumps
U.S. stocks inched higher on Friday as bank stocks rose and tech stocks recovered, with investor optimism back as Trump administration cleared a hurdle to lower taxes. Bank of America's 2 percent gain was the biggest boost to the S&P. Apple led the gains in the technology index as it rose 0.60 percent after falling 2.5 percent on Thursday.
U.S. stocks rise on Friday, with major indexes trading at or near records after the Senate passed a budget blueprint for the next fiscal year.
U.S. stock indexes opened higher on Friday after the Senate passed a budget blueprint for the next fiscal year, a move that is seen as paving the way for the tax reform many investors believe is vital ...
Wall Street opened higher on Friday, with the S&P and the Dow recording new highs, on growth optimism as the Trump administration inched a step closer to implementing its tax-cut plan. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
The Dow is cruising toward another weekly win, as traders seem to lap up another serving of tax-reform hope. But politics are messy, so some say don’t buy the hype. Picking a Fed boss is also tricky, but ...
The “most hated bull market in history” is starting to get some love, which isn’t necessarily something to cheer.
The Dow Industrials propelled past the 23,000 level out of the gate early Wednesday. The Dow's historic rally comes on the eve of the anniversary of the worst stock market crash in US history. Market historian Sam Stovalland Chief Investment Strategist at CFRA explains why there are very few similarities between thy '87 crash and now.