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U.S. stock futures signal a dip at the open Wednesday, putting the equity market on track to extend the prior day’s selloff.
Chip stocks were big winners Tuesday as the major averages fell. Applied Materials, Micron Technology, Skyworks Solutions and Marvell Technology are in bases.
It was a tale of two markets Tuesday as a 10% decline for Walmart weighed on the Dow, while strength in chip stocks buoyed the Nasdaq.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday to snap a six-session winning streak as a sharp decline in Walmart weighed heavily, but gains in Amazon and chip stocks helped the Nasdaq hold near the unchanged mark. Walmart, the world's biggest brick-and-mortar retailer, reported a lower-than-expected profit and posted a sharp drop in online sales growth during the holiday period.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday to snap a six-session winning streak as a sharp decline in Walmart weighed heavily, but gains in Amazon and chip stocks helped the Nasdaq hold near the unchanged mark. ...
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday, with the Dow falling back below 25,000 as losses accelerated in the afternoon. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 260 points, or 1%, to 24,960. The S&P 500 was down ...
It's starting to feel like ancient history, but not too long ago the stock market was down 10% in just a handful of days and the mood in markets had flipped from exuberant to somber. Since the February 8th bottom, however, markets have been roaring back and Joe Fahmy, managing director at Zor Capital joins us today to talk about what happened, and what comes next.
Working longer may make more sense than saving more earlier in life. A new NBER paper says delaying retirement by 3 to 6 months leads to the same standard of living in retirement as saving an additional one-percentage point over 30 years. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Rick Newman and Dion Rabouin discuss.
Discussing the winners and losers at the closing bell with Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal, and Mariann Montagne, Gradient Investments.