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The dust appears to be settling in markets: stocks rebounded sharply last week. But compared with previous market wobbles, there are key differences. Central bankers especially will take this as an important ...
BHP Billiton, Roku, Stamps.com and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings are in bases with earnings on tap this week.
Bond investors will need to take down nearly $260 billion in new paper this week as the Treasury begins to finance President Donald Trump's historic stimulus of the already-booming U.S. economy.
In a note on Monday, BlackRock's global chief investment strategist Richard Turnill pointed to tax cuts in the United States and government spending plans as driving earnings growth and said the ratio of earnings upgrades to downgrades for U.S. large-capitalization companies was at its highest since records began in 1988. Turnill said the "swoon" in equity markets in early February made U.S. valuations look more attractive, pushing the company's three-month view on U.S. stocks to "overweight," from neutral.
European stocks close lower Monday, dragged down in part by falls for consumer products heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC and German auto maker Daimler AG.
The S&P 500 is up 2.2% year-to-date and is 7.9% above its Feb. 9 low. Here's how to trade 11 S&P sector ETFs now.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower on Monday, reversing Friday’s mostly upbeat action, though analysts warn against reading too much into the moves, given traders are off for Presidents Day.
Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer speaks with Dominic Barton, McKinsey & Company Global Managing Partner, about the strength of the global economy, tax cuts, labor shortage and future leadership.