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Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre and Myles Udland break down the day's market action, as the Nasdaq Composite, Nasdaq 100, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 have their worst day since the February lows, specifically looking at the relative strength of the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLK) versus the S&P 500.
As stocks have fallen in March and February, average, everyday investors have not sold and in fact have increased their stock holdings. Some fund managers, on the other hand, have been selling.
Mar.19 -- Rivershares Chief Operating Officer Kevin Nicholson weighs in on the U.S. markets selloff. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Asian stocks opened lower Tuesday after tech shares fell sharply in the U.S. overnight due to concerns about whether Facebook Inc. did enough to stop improper access and handling of user data.
It was rough sailing for many stocks Monday, but several leaders in or near buy zones weathered the storm.: Charles Schwab, ASML, First Solar, Weibo and TAL Education.
Analyst who called the last pullback in January says the entire market is fine despite the selloff on Monday. In fact, it is a good buying opportunity for stocks in three sectors.
Don't expect gains today. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 13.85 points or 0.39% lower to 3498.29, taking the year-to-date performance to +2.80%. The top active stocks were Singtel, which declined ...
Opinion: Execs appear to be saying look elsewhereBloomberg NewsLarry Ellison, chairman of Oracle Corp., speaks during the Oracle OpenWorld 2016 conference in San Francisco. Oracle Corp. saw its double-digit growth in cloud computing slow down again last quarter, and the software giant appears to be telling investors to now look beyond just the cloud business.
By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares fell on Tuesday as investors dumped high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed ...
Asian shares fell on Tuesday as investors dumped high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed improper access to user data. ...
The Cboe Volatility Index rose 20% as Facebook and other technology companies dragged U.S. stocks lower, in its biggest gain since Feb. 8.
Facebook shares posted their largest percentage decline in nearly four years, jolting investors who have rallied behind a handful of hot technology firms and raising fresh questions about the resiliency ...
Asian markets were weaker on Tuesday, as the pullback on Wall Street overnight weighed on sentiment early in the session.
Facebook Inc. chief information security officer Alex Stamos is leaving the company in August after disagreements within the company about how it should handle spreading disinformation, according to a ...
A double-blast of bad news may have sent technology stocks tumbling Monday, but it wasn’t enough to silence the bulls.
The Dow, S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq declined on Monday as Facebook finds itself in hot water over reports that as many as 50 million of its users may have had their data compromised.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 330 points today, but the real damage was in the Nasdaq thanks to Facebook (FB), which suffered its largest one-day drop since 2014. •...and explain why Exact Science's naming of Harry Connick Jr. as a spokesperson caused its shares to tumble. The Nasdaq Composite slumped 1.8% to 7344.24.
The stock market’s glory days may be behind us. At least, that’s the prognosis of one prominent Wall Street strategist who believes January may have been the market’s peak and the remainder of the year ...