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Fund managers expect the global economy to slowdown in the next year at the highest rate since November 2008, when the economy was already feeling the effects of the financial crisis.
Stocks fell Monday afternoon, extending losses after last week's steep declines.
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U.S. stock benchmarks on Tuesday kicked off trade firmly higher as investors focused on strong corporate results, which have helped to lift otherwise shaky sentiment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 235 points, or 0.9%, at 25,480, the S&P 500 index advanced 0.7% at 2,770, while the Nasdaq Composite Index added 1.1% at 7,507, after technology and internet-related firms helped to undercut tepid optimism in the previous session. In corporate news, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reported better-than-expected earnings per share of $6.28, versus analysts expectations of $5.38. Shares helped to lift the Dow. Morgan Stanley posted a 20% increase in profits to $2.15 billion. The retail brokerage's revenue grew to $4.4 billion for the quarter, 4% higher year-over-year. Shares also rose. However, the atmosphere around equity markets remain skittish amid rising geopolitical tensions and a rapid run-up in bond yields last week that fostered a brutal sell-off.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday, led by technology stocks, as upbeat earnings from blue-chip companies helped ease jitters over the impact of an ongoing U.S.-China trade war and other global issues ...
China stocks fall into bear market territory ahead of Friday's Q3 GDP release amid persist concern that its U.S. trade war will harm second half growth. U.S. stocks called higher, with the Dow slated for a 160 point gains thanks to solid earnings from Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Johnson & Johnson.
HOWARD GOLD'S NO-NONSENSE INVESTING Over the weekend friends and family members asked me what was going on with the stock market. My answer was: How should I know? As of Thursday’s (Oct. 11) close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) had fallen 6.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open Tuesday after the release of strong quarterly results from some of the largest U.S. companies helped the market recover from last week's sell-off. Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 also pointed to solid gains at the open. Morgan Stanley jumped more than 2.5 percent after reporting better-than-expected earnings.
SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday, though Chinese benchmarks fell after the government reported inflation rose for the fourth straight month.
Before there was Amazon, there was Sears, America's everything-under-one-roof store and the biggest retailer in the world. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The federal budget deficit has surged to $779 billion in fiscal 2018.
The stock market is in the middle of a rolling bear market, says Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson. The stock market sell-off is only going to get worse, predicts Morgan Stanley's chief U.S. equity strategist, Mike Wilson. In a note to clients Monday, he wrote that the pain is not over for growth, discretionary and tech stocks, which been the final holdouts until last week.
Wall Street pundits on Monday continue to urge caution, predicting that the stock market turbulence is far from over. Yet many of them ended their commentary on an optimistic note, suggesting that the bullish backdrop for stocks remains intact.