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Stocks tumbling here as a volatile week comes to a close. Plus - J & J shares getting hit on a damning report on asbestos in baby powder - we have the very latest. And - a big Apple analyst slashes his iPhone sales estimate - we break it down in the Analyst Rumble. Plus - markets here, and abroad are crumbling. JPMorgan's Gabriela Santos on where investors can go to hide.
As trade talks with China and the possible tightening of Brexit continue to sway the markets, one analyst says investors “have to be long term in focus.” Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to President and Chief Investment Officer Tom Stringfellow of Frost Investment Advisors.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee says investors should buy stocks hand over fist here. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Carter Worth, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
Stocks get crushed as selling pain grips Wall Street and the Dow drops 500 points. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Carter Worth, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
As U.S. stocks have been rocked by trade tensions and monetary policy worries, shares of small-cap companies, by one measure, have now confirmed that they are in their first bear market in three years. A drop of 20 percent or more from a record or long-standing high closing level is the typical definition of a bear market. Small caps have endured the brunt of the selling in the latest market decline, largely due to their higher sensitivity to rising interest rates.
The stock market slumped on Friday as positive headlines about trade weren’t enough to offset negative economic news.
The S&P 600 (.SPCY) small cap index confirmed it was in a bear market after closing 20.05 percent below its Aug. 31 peak, falling 1.6 percent on the day. The Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) report, which the company has disputed, sent its shares tumbling 10 percent in heavy volume, making it the biggest weight from a single stock on the S&P 500 and the Dow Industrials. Investors focused on global growth concerns and worried about U.S. growth after China reported weak monthly retail sales growth and industrial output numbers, as disappointing economic data was released from the euro zone.
Investing.com - Yo-yo days are back in oil, with the market falling as much in a day as it rose previously, as global growth fears offset bullish energy fundamentals.
The S&P 500 could be getting ready to test a new range around the lows of the year that it reached in February — about 3 percent below current levels.
DEEP DIVE Brutal price action continued for U.S. stock investors Friday, with all three major indices ending with big declines. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) led the largest companies lower, with the shares dropping 10%, after Reuters reported that the company knew for decades that its baby powder was contaminated with asbestos.
Wall Street's three major indexes tumbled on Friday and the Dow confirmed a correction as weak data from China and Europe stoked fears of a global economic slowdown, while Johnson & Johnson shares were ...
U.S. stocks end the week on a down note, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average back into correction territory after a round of weaker-than-expected data from China spurred concerns about the global growth outlook.
Stocks staggered to eight-month lows Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe set off more worries about the health of the global economy. Mounting tensions in Europe over Britain's impeding departure from the European Union also darkened traders' moods.