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U.S. stocks were setting up for a lower open but a weekly win, as investors nervously awaited another batch of earnings, including those from big names such as GE and Honeywell.
Two black men whose arrest at a Starbucks in Philadelphia has triggered a furor over racial profiling say they are pushing for changes to make sure that what they went through doesn't happen to anyone else. DALLAS (AP) -- Southwest Airlines sought more time last year to inspect fan blades like the one that snapped off during one of its flights Tuesday in an engine failure that left a passenger dead. The airline opposed a recommendation by the engine manufacturer to require ultrasonic inspections of certain fan blades within 12 months.
Tobacco and tech stocks dragged down Wall Street on Thursday, while oil prices softened and other commodities walked back huge gains after a wild ride. A bump in long-dated U.S. Treasury yields steepened the curve after two weeks of flattening, and supported a stronger dollar. Robust corporate earnings had boosted shares this week, but a tepid forecast on smartphone demand sent stocks from Apple to chipmakers tumbling on Thursday.
Stocks closed broadly lower Thursday, snapping a three-day winning streak. Losses in technology companies and consumer products makers and health care stocks accounted for much of the decline. Banks bucked ...
According to the AAII Sentiment Survey, 37.8% of investors describe themselves as bullish, meaning they expect prices will be higher six months in the future. The reading represents an eight-week high, and growth of 11.7 percentage points from the previous week, although it is below the long-term average of 38.5%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) is up 0.7% over the past week, while the S&P 500 (^GSPC) is up 1.1% and the Nasdaq Composite Index (^IXIC) is up 1.4%.
Wall Street's three major indexes closed lower on Thursday, with tobacco stocks leading a tumble in consumer staples while concerns about smartphone demand hurt the technology sector and rising bond yields and earnings helped financials rebound. The market pared some losses late in the session after Bloomberg reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Donald Trump last week he is not a target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with major indexes declining broadly as the latest round of earnings failed to extend a recent rally. However, stocks closed off their lows of the session. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
Want to know why the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major indexes are doing what they're doing? 3:45 p.m. We're used to the market selling off during the last hour of the day, so imagine out surprise when we looked over at our chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and saw instead a sudden spike. According to Bloomberg, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Donald Trump that Special Counsel Robert Mueller isn't targeting him when the two met last week.
Recent market volatility is making some investors nervous that the bull run is ending. A survey by JPMorgan found that 75% of the ultra-rich forecast a U.S. recession in the next two years. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Brittany Jones-Cooper discuss.
Wynn Resorts is adding 3 women to its board, months after founder Steve Wynn was ousted over allegations of sexual misconduct. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Andy Serwer, and Julia La Roche discuss why hiring these women was a no-brainer.