|Day's Range||5,500.22 - 5,535.95|
|52 Week Range||4,733.82 - 5,536.40|
TOKYO (AP) — Shares were lower in early Asian trading Wednesday after a lackluster session on Wall Street, where the Dow industrial average ended almost flat after backtracking from a broad rally earlier in the day.
European stocks eked out gains by Tuesday's close, however a downturn in commodities weighed on sentiment, despite positive trading from markets overseas.
Rising retailers pushed U.S. stock indexes further into record territory on Friday, as the market's fabulous start to 2018 carried through its second week. Interest rates also climbed after a report showed ...
European stocks closed in positive territory on Friday, as investors digested new earnings, data and a political breakthrough in Germany.
From Jill Mislinski: All eight indexes on our world watch list have posted gains through the first week of 2018. The top performer is Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 with a gain of 4.17%, followed by Germany’s DAXK with a gain of… Read more ›
HONG KONG (AP) — Most Asian stocks markets are higher after Wall Street's latest record close. Japan's Nikkei 225 recovered from early losses to gain 0.1 percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng and the Shanghai Composite index also advanced.
Wall Street is looking for a modest rebound Thursday as investors react to a snap-back in U.S. Treasury bond yields while eyeing developments on trade and protectionism from Washington.
European markets close lower Thursday afternoon as investors reacted to the release of corporate earnings and economic data.
Asia stocks fell for the second straight day, but bond markets steadied and investors look ready to return to the global market rally.
TOKYO (AP) — Share prices were mostly lower in Asia on Wednesday despite Wall Street's extended winning streak. Chinese shares were buoyed by surging oil prices.
U.S. equities rose to record highs as investors remained optimistic about the market heading into the corporate earnings season.
The S&P 500 edged up for a fifth straight session on Monday, extending its winning streak for the new year, while the dollar hit its highest level in more than a week against a basket of currencies as the euro's rally faltered. The S&P 500 is now up 2.8 percent since Dec. 31 after rising 19.4 percent in 2017.
Asian shares rose Tuesday, cheered by the upbeat mood on Wall Street and hopes for U.S. economic growth. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 added 0.5 percent in morning trading to 23,843.70. Australia's ...
Upgrades boosted Caterpillar and United Technologies early Monday, but the market still got off to a weak start.
At 3:50 AM EST on January 8, the DAX Index was trading at 13,372.00—a gain of 0.39%. The iShares MSCI Germany (EWG) rose 1.03% on January 5.
World stock markets hovered close to all-time highs on Monday as the best start to a year in eight years showed little sign of running out of steam, with the combination of strong global growth and low inflation powering the appetite for risk. European stocks jumped by as much as 0.4 percent, hitting their highest levels since August 2015, before easing slightly.
European markets closed higher Monday afternoon following a firm lead by U.S. stocks in the previous session.
Car makers were again among biggest advancers after some broker upgrades, with the sector logging its best week in a 1 1/2 year.