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Stocks hitting new highs as earnings season rolls on, and the government shutdown nears its end.
Asian stock markets posted strong gains on Tuesday, as an upbeat forecast for global economic growth and the end of the U.S. government shutdown helped lift sentiment. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark ...
The first exchange-traded fund was born 25 years ago this week, enabling investors for the first time to buy or sell the S&P 500 index in a single publicly traded share.
For two decades, government bonds have provided what amounts to free insurance against stock-market struggles. But that’s a historical anomaly.
Netflix surged overnight on blowout subscriber growth, also lifting Amazon and Roku. Adobe hiked profit guidance on tax cuts. Trump tariffs lifted First Solar.
Kevin Spacey cost Netflix Inc. $39 million, the company revealed Monday, in an early public accounting of the financial cost for Hollywood’s recent sexual-harassment scandals.
Major Asian indexes rose following the stronger lead from Wall Street after U.S. lawmakers reached a deal to end a government shutdown.
Super Bowl Indicator says bulls need the Philadelphia Eagles to beat New England in the big game, writes Mark Hulbert.
The S&P 500 gained 0.8% to 2832.97 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 142.88 points, or 0.6%, to 26,214.60. Lost amid the hubbub of shutdown-shenanigans, was the Chicago Fed’s National Activity Index, an index of 85 measures use to measure the strength of the economy today. MKM Partners' Michael Darda notes that a level that high would indicate real GDP growth of 3.7%, "nearly 200 bps above what the Fed believes is sustainable over the long run." It might also have ramifications for the stock market.
Investors sent Netflix Inc. stock on a rampage after hours Monday, pushing shares up nearly 10% and tacking on enough value to propel the company to a $100 billion valuation by market capitalization for ...
Anticipating a cut in U.S. corporate tax rates, Wall Street analysts late last year ratcheted up their earnings estimates for 2018, forecasting an 18% increase in profits, but declining cash-flow growth ...
Stefan Scheurer of Allianz Global Investors says investors need to watch market liquidity as central banks move to tighten.