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Norman Chan of Oreana Private Wealth says Asian markets are waiting to see the U.S. market reaction to the government shutdown.
Jan.21 -- Ecri co-founder and Chief Operations Officer Lakshman Achuthan weighs in on market reaction to the U.S. federal government shutdown. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
U.S. stock futures on Monday point to a decline at the open as a partial government shutdown stretches into a third day.
The early scorecard for S&P 500 earnings is looking weak, thanks to billion in writedowns for the biggest U.S. banks following last year's corporate tax overhaul, but the 2018 outlook remains bullish, ...
Investors weighed the market impact of the government shutdown. Sanofi is buying Bioverativ. Netflix has earnings due. Amazon and Facebook are making news too.
The equity rally that saw the S&P 500 Index cap its third straight weekly advance -- the best start since 1987 -- is being driven by two things: Upward earnings revisions and the crush of money flowing ...
The global stock market rally stalled Monday as investors counted the cost of an extended U.S. government shutdown.
The European results season shifts into gear next week with equity valuations at their highest in more than a year and investors betting that the engine of earnings upgrades has plenty more fuel in the tank. Wall Street stocks have been driven to records by President Donald Trump's tax reforms and a weakened dollar. European stocks appear cheaper than U.S. stocks by certain measures.
This week, Washington might help usher the stock market to a weekly loss, as the partial government shutdown is poised to stretch into the work week.
With the U.S. government partially shutting down over the weekend, will the stock market’s nearly uninterrupted march higher also come to a close?
The U.S. dollar traded steady on Monday, as investors waited on further developments over a U.S. government shutdown.
Taken on its own, Bitcoin’s eye-popping 1,400 percent rally last year would put most other investments to shame. But even such a monster gain might not be enough to put the cryptocurrency on the radar ...
Japan and the eurozone share negative interest rates and stronger economic growth, but their currencies are heading in different directions.
It’s sometimes referred to as the Wild West period of the trading day for its volatility, but extended-hours trading is about to get longer on at least one platform.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mixed Monday after global investors shrugged off the latest U.S. government shutdown.
Something odd has happened in U.S. markets in recent days, and it may be a sign that it’s time to start worrying about the stock rally, according to Citigroup Inc.
Expect some good news today. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 29.05 points or 0.82% higher to 3550.36, taking the year-to-date performance to +4.33%. The top active stocks were DBS, which gained 1.27%, ...
Investors shrugged off the threat last week, saying they were not worried about a major pullback in shares if U.S. lawmakers failed to strike a deal. "These things have no near-term or midterm economic impact whatsoever," said Michael Purves, chief global strategist and head of derivatives strategy for Weeden & Co in New York. "They are kind of embarrassing for the United States, but it's not really going to alter business or consumer confidence," he said.
After a year of political spectacle, a government shutdown looks like it won’t divert investors from the economic and earnings tidings that have occupied Wall Street’s minds of late.
Netflix Inc's (NFLX.O) quarterly results on Monday may offer an advanced preview of whether Facebook Inc (FB.O), Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) and other heavyweights behind much of the U.S. stock market's record-breaking rally can keep delivering. Wall Street on Friday shrugged off a looming U.S. government shutdown and propelled the S&P 500 to a record high as investors focused on upcoming quarterly reports. Many of the largest companies - Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O), Apple Inc (AAPL.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) and Amazon.com - have outperformed the broader market in the first 13 trading days of 2018, with investors betting strong earnings growth will justify tech valuations at their highest levels in a decade.