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Tax reform will be top of mind for investors as the economic and earnings schedule is quiet into the end of the week.
"The fact that those valuations are high doesn't mean that they're necessarily overvalued," Yellen said.
January natural gas (GASL) (UNG) futures contracts trading in NYMEX fell 1.1% to $2.68 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) on December 14, 2017.
Don’t rule out choppy late-year trading as lawmakers grapple over the final details of the tax overhaul. Especially in shares of smaller U.S. companies.
Goldman Sachs and Adobe Systems were early leaders Friday, as the Dow's gains accelerated in the premarket session.
O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY), AutoZone (AZO), and Advance Auto Parts (AAP) have all touched new record highs over the past couple of years.
Wall Street was set to open higher on Friday, recovering from a bout of uncertainty surrounding the passage of the Republicans' much-awaited tax overhaul bill. The S&P 500 fell the most in a month on Thursday after Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee declined to back the bill without changes to child tax credits. "What Rubio was looking for is more help for the lower-income people, child tax credits.
The S&P 500 fell the most in a month on Thursday after Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee declined to back the bill without changes to child tax credits. "What Rubio was looking for is more help for the lower-income people, child tax credits. Stocks have rallied this year, partly on hopes of corporate tax cuts that U.S. President Donald Trump promised during his election campaign last year.
MGM Growth Properties LLC said Friday it will raise its quarterly cash dividend on Class A shares to 42 cents a share, up 6.3% from 39.5 cents a share. The new dividend will be payable Jan. 16 to shareholders ...
U.S. stock futures advance on Friday, on track to add to weekly gains as investors appeared to shake off the latest worries over progress for tax cuts.
World shares fell on Friday and the dollar slipped against major and heavyweight emerging market currencies, as nagging uncertainty about a U.S. tax cuts package dovetailed with broad-based end-of-year caution. It was a groggy end to what was still set to be a third week of gains for MSCI's global stock index following more upbeat data and signs that central banks including the Federal Reserve have no plans to really jack up interest rates. Japan's Nikkei (.N225) had followed it lower overnight and Europe (.STOXX) was firmly in the red, as a 15 percent slump in fashion giant H&M (HMb.ST) and near 9 percent drop Italian luxury goods firm Ferragamo (SFER.MI) spooked retailers.
HONG KONG (AP) — World stock markets were mixed on Friday as investors waited to see if U.S. politicians could pass tax reform legislation before Christmas.