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HP and HP Enterprise both saw good earnings
Big gains on all the major indices on Thursday. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Dion Rabouin discuss.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 rose Thursday to snap the indexes’ recent run of losses, as concerns subsided over whether the Federal Reserve will have to ramp up its pace of interest-rate ...
Stock futures rose solidly late Thursday. HP Enterprise, HP Inc., Universal Display, Planet Fitness and Wingstop were big movers late on earnings.
Executives are as excited about corporate earnings as they've ever been, but that optimism may already be priced into the stock market.
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U.S. stock indexes mostly edged higher while the dollar pared some gains ahead of Asia's Friday trading day.
Recent market action may be signaling a shift in behavior that could make it tough for stocks to get back to all-time highs, trader Keith Bliss says.
Not all follow-through rallies work out. continue to watch price and volume action each day, even after a new market uptrend has been confirmed.
Asian stocks look set to close out a lackluster week on a positive note on Friday as investors continue to debate the outlook for central bank policy normalization and the impact of higher bond yields....
Trade Desk Inc. shares shot up in the extended session Thursday after better-than-expected 2018 guidance and adjusted earnings beat analyst models. Trade Desk shares rose 12.6% after hours. The company ...
Most U.S. stocks advanced on Thursday, rebounding from a day earlier, and bond yields eased off highs following more cautious talk about the potential for interest rate increases this year. Oil prices also rose, in part because the U.S. dollar hit session lows in morning trading after having touched a 10-day high, as the euro was boosted by minutes from the European Central Bank's most recent policy meeting. Comments from St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Thursday appeared to ease some investor concerns about the Federal Reserve's latest meeting.
The Dow and S&P 500 advanced on Thursday to halt a two-session losing skid, buoyed by gains in industrial and energy shares as U.S. Treasury yields eased, while the Nasdaq lost ground for a third straight session. Major indexes advanced early as worries about a faster pace of interest rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve were eased by comments by St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who expressed concerns that a "bunch of hikes" could turn Fed policy restrictive.
Universal Display Corp. shares took a nose dive in the extended session Thursday after the company missed Wall Street's earnings expectations. The display maker's shares fell more than 10% after hours. ...
Stocks closed mostly lower Thursday after much of a midday rally faded away by the closing bell. Industrial stocks contributed the most to the market's gains. Energy companies also rose. Investors were ...
The Dow and S&P 500 advance to halt a two-session losing skid, on gains in industrials and energy, and U.S. Treasury yields ease, while the Nasdaq loses ground for a third straight session. Aleksandra Michalska reports.