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Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Penn Financial President Matt McCall discuss Wednesday's rebound on Wall Street.
Shares of Advance Auto Parts rally on Wednesday after the company beats Wall Street expectations thanks to better demand for batteries and other parts.
U.S. stocks gain, in a partial rebound from the previous session’s decline as fears ebbed that the upcoming release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s January meeting would point to a more hawkish stance ...
Stocks trade higher Wednesday, as investors continue to eye developments in the bond market ahead of the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting last month.
The Fed left rates unchanged at the January meeting, but investors will look for its opinion on inflation and interest rates, especially after strong economic data raised concerns of an overheating economy and triggered the recent selloff. "Right now Fed fund futures are pricing in three rate hikes with just under a 50-50 short of a fourth," said Matt Miskin, market strategist at John Hancock Investments. At 12:38 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (.DJI) was up 0.4 percent at 25,063.84, with Boeing (BA.N) and United Tech (UTX.N) providing the biggest boost.
Gains in technology, banks and industrial companies drove U.S. stocks higher Wednesday as investors sized up the latest company earnings news. Consumer goods companies lagged the most. The latest gains put the market on track to recoup some of its losses from a day earlier.
Three technology titans have powered nearly half of the S&P 500’s advance this year, a worrying sign for investors who expected tech’s dominance to give way to cyclical sectors, like materials or industrials, ...
The broader stock market has recovered quickly from early February's correction. Here's why stocks may stay in the green, for now.
U.K. stocks finish higher Wednesday, reversing course as gains for shares of Lloyds Banking Group PLC and Glencore PLC, which released financial updates, accelerated during the session.
It's all about the Fed. Major stock indices were marking time this morning while we waited for the Federal Open Markets Committee's January minutes, due out at 2 p.m. EST. The issue concerning Wall Street is how early and how often the Federal Reserve is going to raise short-term interest rates this year. Ahead of the latest minutes, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan published an essay that certainly sounds hawkish.
Recent trading activity on Wall Street, which resulted in the strongest week for the major indexes in years, no doubt has some investors breathing a sigh of relief. But while stocks have recovered much ...
Wall Street is generally feeling positive about the U.S. stock market, with bullish sentiment at high levels and major indexes having recovered much of the ground they lost in a recent correction. Nonetheless, ...
Germany’s stock benchmark finishes in the red Wednesday, while other main European index close mostly higher, as investors received disappointing updates on manufacturing and services activity in the eurozone....
Higher interest rates and the end of central bank stimulus will stall the market’s advance this year. By Thomas H. Kee Jr.
The dollar hit its highest level in a week on Wednesday and stocks rose as investors waited to see if minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting would herald more rises in interest rates and global bond yields. Oil prices inched lower, pressured by the dollar's recovery and an anticipated rise in U.S. crude production, while the MSCI's world index of stocks gained 0.47 percent. The dollar index (.DXY), which measures the greenback against a basket of peers, rose 0.15 percent.
The Walt Disney Co.-owned studio has created an interconnected universe of films that has, in the last decade, re-imagined Hollywood’s approach to blockbusters and film franchises. The movies have grossed ...
The dollar hit its highest level in a week on Wednesday and stocks rose as investors waited to see if minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting would herald more rises in interest rates and global bond yields. Oil prices inched lower, pressured by the dollar's recovery and an anticipated rise in U.S. crude production, while the MSCI's world index of stocks gained 0.47 percent. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of peers, rose 0.15 percent.
TripAdvisor and Expedia shares have seen a massive divergence this month, and one technician says the charts are pointing to trouble ahead for TripAdvisor.