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NEW YORK (AP) — Energy and technology companies are advancing Monday as U.S. stocks continue to rise. High-dividend stocks are also higher as bond yields decline, but industrial companies are falling. Yields had climbed to their highest level in more than three years last week. French pharmaceutical company Sanofi and biotech drugmaker Celgene both announced large acquisitions. Investors aren't fazed by the federal government shutdown as it entered its third day.
Procter & Gamble will likely address issues with the Tide Pod challenge, which has teens eating Tide detergent, and growing the U.S. business.
U.S. stock-market indexes shake off concerns about a government shutdown, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq notching all-time highs.
The anonymous blogger behind the Heisenberg Report shared a recent CNBC interview over the weekend, and for bitcoin fans in particular, he issued this ominous warning: “When you lose Steve...”
The S&P and the Nasdaq hit fresh records on Monday as investors bet U.S. lawmakers would strike a deal to end a federal government shutdown and as a flurry of deals buoyed sentiment. U.S. senators were ...
U.S. senators were scheduled to vote midday on a funding bill, following failed attempts over the weekend to arrive at a consensus. "What you're seeing is the belief that they will ultimately, whether it's today or in the next few days, come to some kind of a bipartisan agreement on the budget, and the market is reflecting its confidence," said Ryan Larson, head of U.S. equity trading at RBC Global Asset Management in Chicago. At 11:03 a.m. ET (1603 GMT), the S&P 500 was up 7.34 points, or 0.26 percent, at 2,817.64 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 35.90 points, or 0.49 percent, at 7,372.28.
The largest exchange-traded funds to track the biotechnology sector rallied on Monday, hitting record or multiyear highs after a pair of multibillion-dollar deals were announced.
A panel of investment professionals, including Stephen Roach, panned China to an audience of mostly pro-Chinese analysts and business leaders.
The S&P 500 Telecommunications Services sector was down more than 7% since Trump's inauguration as of Friday's market close.
The shutdown is front and center, but market impact so far isn’t too huge. It’s hard to say how much this might ultimately weigh on markets, because past shutdowns have had different impacts on stocks. Meanwhile, the week brings a number of key earnings reports.
When President Donald Trump celebrates the first anniversary of his inauguration on Saturday, U.S. stock-market investors will have plenty to cheer along with him.
The Senate will consider a short-term continuing resolution to fund the government for three weeks, allowing time for a vote on the status of Dreamers.
Home Depot (HD) looks good on the back of its growth strategies, robust earnings history and a disciplined capital allocation strategy.