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You ask, we answer. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with Rick Newman to answer your questions about recent market volatility.
Tech stocks are helping U.S. stocks to early Friday gains, but rising bond yields and elevated volatility keep investors cautious following a hectic week on Wall Street.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio says he sees a growing chance of a recession as the U.S. enters a “pre-bubble stage.”
Wall Street's main indexes rose on Friday, with gains in technology stocks helping claw back some of the week's losses, after the Federal Reserve calmed investors' nerves by saying interest rate hikes would continue as planned this year. Looking past the recent stock market sell-off and concerns about inflation, the Fed said it expected economic growth to remain steady and that it saw no serious risks on the horizon that might pause its planned pace of rate hikes.
Markets moved higher this morning as the Federal Reserve’s latest statement on monetary policy was taken to ease worries about rising inflation and interest rates. The S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite were both up 0.9%, while the small-cap Russell 2000 index was barely changed. Bond yields tumbled, with the rate on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note falling 0.04 point to 2.87%.
U.S. stocks climb as U.S. benchmarks look set to end an up-and-down stretch of trade on a high note, amid consternation about rising bond yields and the reemergence of long-stagnant inflation.
Looking past the recent stock market sell-off and concern about inflation, the Federal Reserve said it expected growth to remain steady and that it saw no serious risks on the horizon that might pause its planned pace of rate hikes. The Fed's semiannual report to Congress on monetary policy was released ahead of new Chairman Jerome Powell's first public outing next week, when he will testify separately before House and Senate committees. "There is a potential for volatility next week in Powell's Q&A as well as economic data.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened higher on Friday as the stock benchmarks attempted to shake off concerns about rising bond yields and inflation to finish the week on an uptrend. The Dow was up ...
Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Friday, led by gains in technology stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 141.91 points, or 0.57 percent, to 25,104.39. The S&P 500 gained 15.52 points, ...
Stocks are looking to open higher this morning, as Wall Street takes a rosier view of the Federal Reserve, interest rates, and inflation. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was pointing toward an initial gain of around 85 points, while the S&P 500, tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite, and small-cap Russell 2000 were also looking at small gains. The big news overnight is that Treasury yields tumbled and Asian stocks jumped.
Stocks suffered weak closes as the S&P 500 and Dow fell back below their 50-day lines. Walmart plunged on earnings and guidance. Roku dived on its outlook.
Stock futures rose solidly early Friday. HP Enterprise, HP Inc., Universal Display, Planet Fitness and Wingstop were big movers late on earnings.
Stock markets slipped in Europe on Friday, but Wall Street was expected to rise on the open and Asian indexes closed higher. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX index edged almost 0.1 percent lower to 12,458 ...
U.S. stock futures climbed Friday, building on gains in the prior session amid signs of an increased appetite for perceived riskier assets such as equities. Dow futures rose 160 points, or 0.7%, to 25,175, ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 rose Thursday to snap the indexes’ recent run of losses, as concerns subsided over whether the Federal Reserve will have to ramp up its pace of interest-rate ...
Wall Street rebounded and Treasury yields slipped on Friday as markets eye a string of speeches from Federal Reserve officials. After finishing mixed on Thursday, US stocks regained their footing with ...
Stocks closed mostly lower Thursday after much of a midday rally faded away by the closing bell. Industrial stocks contributed the most to the market's gains. Energy companies also rose. Investors were ...
The Dow and the S&P 500 close higher Thursday following upbeat data on the labor market which may have momentarily offset jitters over inflation and rising bond yields.
Larry Haverty, Gabelli Funds associate portfolio manager, and Rob Chira, Guggenheim research analyst, discuss the Fed’s monetary policy report and its potential impact on tech stocks including FAANG.