|Day's Range||2,585.89 - 2,657.67|
|52 Week Range||2,322.25 - 2,872.87|
Stock market bulls are confident in corporate profits and the economy, but face a challenge from rising trade tensions and political turmoil in the weeks leading up to earnings season.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the broad-market S&P 500 are contending with an unusually unsightly March, amid a rise in volatility and heightened concerns about trade wars. Here’s how bad it is?...
Last week’s action has clearly shaken the confidence of many investors. After implementing measures that could have strengthened the economy, Trump’s recent action on trade seems harmful. What impact will his action have on the stock market and should investors now change their strategy?
Amid the turmoil reverberating across international financial markets, some market participants are identifying emerging markets as one value play to consider.
The stock market bounced back from a round of trade worries earlier this month, only to get hammered again on Thursday as the Trump administration took aim at China. Here’s what’s in play.
Dropbox Inc. shares shone amid a stormy market Friday that capped a week of red ink, which could signal safe waters ahead for market debuts as $3 billion in initial public offerings prepare to price next ...
Defense contractors Raytheon, Northrop and General Dynamics are winners from higher military spending. The defense stocks' relative strength lines are at highs.
President Donald Trump isn’t known for reticence with his tweeting habit. But there’s one topic he’s just not tweeting about anymore.
Stocks around the world plunged Friday as investors feared that a trade conflict between the U.S. and China, the biggest economies in the world, would escalate. A second day of big losses pushed U.S. stocks ...
U.S. stocks suffered their worst week in more than two years, signaling mounting investor anxiety over whether factors from restrictive trade policies to rising interest rates could disrupt the nine-year ...
The S&P 500 had a very negative week over the course of the last 5 sessions, as we are starting to worry about a potential trade war between China and the United States. Ultimately, the 2600 level looks to be very supportive, and it looks as if it does extend down to 2500. While things look bleak, I’m not quite ready to give up.
Vital Signs Learning to juggle isn’t easy—and the market is discovering that the hard way. When there were big down days—and by big, we mean anything over 1%—the reason was identified and quickly explained away, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average eventually gained 25.1%. Last week, the Dow dropped 1,413.31 points, or 5.7%, to 23,533.20, its largest weekly decline since January 2016.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst week since 2016. •...and explain why Western Digital (WDC) was the S&P 500's worst performer. The stock market is tumbling on concerns about a trade war, but nothing else is...and that could be a problem.
As a dot-com darling, Facebook is losing its luster. The sins include allowing user data to fall into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm with ties to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Fallout over reports that the British firm improperly used profiles of millions of Facebook (FB) users chopped $75 billion off the social network’s market value this past week.
Political risk has replaced rising interest rates as the bigger fear in the stock market, and concerns about trade wars or other White House drama will be the market focus in the week ahead.
The S&P 500 index flirted with a close below an important, long-term trend line as selling intensified late-Friday on the back of trade-war fears. The S&P 500 index ended down 55.43 points, or 2.1%, at ...
Wall Street tumbled on Friday with more than 1,000 points knocked off the Dow in two days as investors, increasingly nervous about a potential U.S. trade war with China, shied away from risk ahead of the weekend and sought shelter from further losses. "There is concern what the trade war could look like. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 424.69 points, or 1.77 percent, to 23,533.2, the S&P 500 lost 55.43 points, or 2.10 percent, to 2,588.26 after hitting an intraday low that was barely above its 200-day moving average of 2585.22.
The threat of a trade war sent world stock markets broadly lower in choppy trading on Friday and boosted safer assets like the yen and government bonds, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on up to $60 billion of Chinese goods. Trump signed a presidential memorandum on Thursday that could impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of imports from China, although the measures have a 30-day consultation period before they take effect. After another bruising week, a key gauge of world equity markets was broadly headed for its first quarterly loss since early 2016 as a spike in volatility, rising inflation and the spectre of a trade war spooked investors who had enjoyed a multi-year bull run.
Stocks around the world plunged Friday as investors feared that a trade conflict between the U.S. and China, the biggest economies in the world, would escalate. A second day of big losses pushed U.S. stocks to their worst week in two years.
Robert Sluymer, Fundstrat Global Advisors, discusses his bull case for the market despite the Dow selling off 400 points into the close.