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Market recap for Wednesday March 21
Wall Street expects the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates at Jerome Powell's first meeting as chairman Wednesday afternoon. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith discusses the meeting with Michael Cox, former chief economist of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The chief executives of America’s biggest companies are on track for another banner year of compensation. Median pay for the chief executives of 133 of the largest U.S. companies reached an all-time high ...
Facebook, Google-parent Alphabet, Oracle, Tencent and China Lodging were all setting up with proper bases and buy points. But buying too soon backfired.
The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates a quarter-percentage point and signaled it could lift them at a slightly more aggressive pace in coming years to keep the strengthening ...
BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Asia early Thursday after U.S. stock indexes finished with small losses following the Federal Reserve's hike in interest rates.
The U.S. dollar slipped on Thursday after the Federal Reserve did not signal a faster pace of rate hikes this year while worries about a coming announcement on tariffs from U.S. President Donald Trump dented Asian shares. The U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday and forecast two more hikes for 2018 in its first policy meeting under Chairman Jerome Powell. Given that some investors had expected it to project three more rate hikes, the guidance was perceived by some as less hawkish than anticipated, a positive factor for risk assets in general, though analysts noted the Fed was upbeat on the economy overall.
Asia Pacific equities had an unsteady start to Thursday following the US Federal Reserve’s decision to raise rates and as the Trump administration threatened new trade curbs on China. Japan’s Topix swung ...
The U.S. dollar slipped on Thursday after the Federal Reserve did not signal a faster pace of rate hikes this year while worries about a coming announcement on tariffs from U.S. President Donald Trump dented Asian shares. Wall Street stock indexes ended the day lower, with the S&P 500 (.SPX) losing 0.18 percent and the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) 0.26 percent. The U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday and forecast two more hikes for 2018 in its first policy meeting under Chairman Jerome Powell.
Thursday 02.15 GMT Asia-Pacific equities started unsteadily on Thursday following the US Federal Reserve’s decision to raise rates, while the dollar extended the previous day’s losses. Japan’s Topix recovered ...
Investors had a look at a new era of US central banking on Wednesday as Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell presided over his first policymaking meeting. The event capped a tumultuous quarter on Wall Street ...
Asian markets traded mixed on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time this year.
The tariffs on steel and aluminum imports proposed on March 1 and signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump on March 8 have sparked concerns of a global trade war and frayed investors' nerves. Trump will likely announce tariffs on Chinese imports by Friday, a source in the administration said, as the top U.S. trade diplomat told lawmakers he had the tools to strike back over Chinese theft of U.S. technology know-how. A report in the Wall Street Journal said China was planning counter-measures against U.S. tariffs.