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U.S. stocks closed higher on Wednesday, with major indexes ending at records and the Dow closing above 26,000 for the first time as equities jumped in a broad advance. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ...
The No. 1 digital currency and its cohort continue to unravel on Wednesday, extending a downturn in the market for virtual currencies that has seen the entire sector shed a whopping $370 billion in value ...
A brutal, sustained rout in the No. 1 cryptocurrency in the world could accelerate, bringing the digital asset to a level around $8,000 before it attempts to stabilize.
Stocks traded at session highs Wednesday afternoon as a steady upward path in the market took indexes to gains of about 1%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average Wednesday afternoon was on track for its best single-session rise in about seven weeks on the back of a sharp rise in shares of Boeing Co. The Dow was rising more than ...
The S&P 500 has rallied strongly in the new year, gaining 4.8 percent so far and posting only two sessions of losses. More than three-quarters of the 36 S&P 500 companies that have reported so far have topped earnings estimates, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 270.7 points, or 1.05 percent, to 26,063.56, the S&P 500 gained 25.71 points, or 0.93 percent, to 2,802.13 and the Nasdaq Composite added 69.75 points, or 0.97 percent, to 7,293.43.
The Dow Jones industrial average is slightly outperforming the Nasdaq. More tech stocks are breaking out. Bitcoin fell hard again.
In the previous article, we discussed a few of the pay-TV market trends affecting Verizon (VZ). Verizon is managing the secular challenges of the pay-TV market by concentrating on its Internet offering in FiOS. It would be interesting to know more about Verizon’s FiOS Internet net customer additions in 4Q17, as the company has continued to face strong competition from cable companies.
U.S. stocks rise Wednesday as the Dow solidified its gain on the key 26,000 level even as General Electric Co. and Goldman Sachs sold off after weak quarterly results. The Beige Book from the Federal Reserve ...
World shares inched higher on Wednesday as a rebound in technology shares lifted Wall Street, while the dollar relinquished early gains to trade lower after a report suggested a deal to prevent a U.S. government shutdown could be at risk. Notable laggards were Goldman Sachs, down 2.28 percent and Bank of America, off 0.45 percent, after their quarterly results included charges related to the new federal tax law.
Wall Street's main indexes were higher on Wednesday, led by technology and industrial stocks as well as a recovery in the financial sector. Bank stocks were trading lower for much of the session following underwhelming results from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America. Goldman Sachs was down 2.28 percent after posting its first quarterly loss in six years on tax-related charges and a sharp drop in trading revenue.
Hello, Dow 26,000. Goodbye, Dow 26,000. A big reversal for the blue chips with a government shutdown looming gives investors whiplash. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Dan Roberts discuss.