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Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action.
A wild day for markets on Tuesday may have felt like the beginning of the end. But the data shows that even after reversals, stocks tend to go up.
Shares on Wall Street took a breather, after the best performance of the year for the Dow and benchmark S&P 500 saw the indexes close above the 26,000 mark and the 2,800 threshold, respectively, for the first time. Equities were held in check by the energy sector, which shed 0.48 percent, dragged lower by a 2.53 percent drop in Kinder Morgan in the wake of its quarterly results.
Wall Street's main indexes edged lower on Thursday as declines in healthcare and energy stocks paused a rally that had driven the Dow Jones index to its fastest ever 1,000 point gain. Investors are keeping a close eye on corporate earnings reports, given the runup in stock valuations.
U.S. stock benchmarks trade lower late-Thursday morning, fresh off a record run for the three main indexes.
Social media giant Facebook (FB) said on Thursday, January 11, that it will totally change how it will present news feeds on its platform. In other words, Facebook users will see fewer posts from publishers. Facebook’s shares fell ~4.5% on Friday, January 12.
The market’s most recent gains have been powered in part by a sudden hunger for stocks among certain money managers and individual investors who have long been wary of the nearly nine-year bull market....
Wall Street's main indexes opened little changed on Thursday as energy stocks took a hit from lower oil prices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 13.58 points, or 0.05 percent, to 26,129.23. The S&P ...
Stock indexes opened near break-even levels on Thursday amid growing concerns of a partial government shutdown at the end of the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 3 points to 26,119. The S&P ...
Big swings for the market over the past 24 hours. Is volatility back? Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer and Dan Roberts discuss.