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The Federal Reserve is set to announce another interest rate increase on Wednesday in what could be its first of four moves to tighten financial conditions this year.
February’s historic surge in a prominent gauge of stock-market volatility may have ushered in an end to a protracted period of calm on Wall Street, but it also offers a worrisome sign about market structure ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sitting pretty at the end of January. The S&P 500 has risen 0.3% to 2721.90, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 169.06 points, or 0.7%, to 24,779.97. The Nasdaq Composite has risen 0.5% to 7379.66.
Oil prices rose more than 2 percent to touch a three-week high, driven by tensions in the Middle East and the possibility of further declines in Venezuelan crude output. Facebook Inc (FB.O) shares were down 4.2 percent. The social media company said on Tuesday it faced questions from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission about how its users' personal data was mined by a political consultancy hired by President Donald Trump's campaign.
Sellers dumped shares of Facebook for the second straight session Tuesday, but action in the broad market was better than Monday as blue chips outperformed.
U.S. stocks rise Tuesday, buoyed by strong gains in the energy sector as the overall market attempts to reclaim some ground lost the previous day when tech shares suffered a sharp selloff.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 95 points in afternoon trade, with 17 of its 30 components gaining ground, despite market internals showing overall breadth is clearly negative. The number of advancing ...
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are mixed Tuesday as energy companies climb with oil prices and banks move up along with interest rates. Facebook is dropping again following reports the Federal Trade Commission will investigate its handling of user data and Oracle is plunging after releasing disappointing results and forecasts. Other sectors including retailers and industrials are bouncing back from their losses a day earlier.
Treasury yields rose on Tuesday as traders positioned themselves a day ahead of the conclusion of a two-day Federal Reserve meeting commencing later Tuesday, that is expected to reveal an upbeat outlook ...