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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.
U.S. stocks rise on Wednesday as major indexes attempt to recover from a selloff in the previous session, though major financial stocks sold off after their quarterly results, limiting the overall market’s ...
World shares inched higher on Wednesday, with Wall Street advancing as technology shares rebounded from declines in the prior session, while commodity prices were muted for a second straight session. In the U.S. equity market, tech shares led the advance, including IBM, which surged 2.3 percent to $167.62 after Barclays upgraded the stock two notches to "overweight" ahead of its quarterly results on Thursday.
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 $400 billion in value ...
Although product improvements and marketing activities have together contributed to driving double-digit growth in Twitter’s (TWTR) daily audience, the company’s financial chief recently disclosed that the company would do more investing on the product side of things than on the marketing side. In 3Q17, Twitter spent $136.1 million on product development (or R&D) compared to about $173 million spent on marketing in the quarter. When he spoke at a recent UBS global technology conference, Twitter’s chief financial officer, Ned Segal, linked continued investment on the product side of the equation to a need to improve the user experience so that people can come to Twitter more frequently and spend more time using the service.
If the U.S. government shuts down this weekend, will the stock market’s nearly uninterrupted march higher also come to a close?
Wall Street's main indexes were lifted by modest gains in technology stocks on Wednesday, led by Microsoft, IBM and Intel. Microsoft was up 0.56 percent and Intel 1.4 percent, driving the S&P technology index's 0.3 percent rise.
U.S. stock-market indexes opened slightly higher on Wednesday, hovering near record levels a day after Dow industrials saw their biggest one-day reversal in almost two years. Investors continued to focus ...
Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Wednesday, led by gains in technology stocks including Microsoft and IBM. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 156.43 points, or 0.61 percent, to 25,949.29. ...
European stocks fell Wednesday as investors wrestled with a slate of corporate financial updates, including a disappointing sales report from fashion house Burberry and a warning of a restructuring charge ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged above 26000 for the first time Tuesday, but gave up those gains as shares of energy and chemical companies declined.