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Markets will look to rebound on Tuesday after a very ugly start to the week with Facebook shares falling more than 6%.
Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith on the tech-driving market selloff, Facebook’s troubles, Uber halting self-driving vehicle tests and Trump’s executive order banning Venezuelan cryptocurrencies in the U.S.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares skidded Tuesday following an overnight decline on Wall Street after Facebook reported its worst loss in four years. Investors are awaiting the first Federal Reserve meeting under the new chairman, Jerome Powell, and anticipating the first rate increase of the year.
Facebook shares posted their largest percentage decline in nearly four years, jolting investors who have rallied behind a handful of hot technology firms and raising fresh questions about the resiliency ...
The Cboe Volatility Index rose 20% as Facebook and other technology companies dragged U.S. stocks lower, in its biggest gain since Feb. 8.
It was rough sailing for many stocks Monday, but several leaders in or near buy zones weathered the storm.: Charles Schwab, ASML, First Solar, Weibo and TAL Education.
Their sharp rallies and subsequent tumbles closely mirroring one another. Should these similar trajectories continue, it would suggest even more downside ahead for the cryptocurrency.
Asian stocks opened lower Tuesday after tech shares fell sharply in the U.S. overnight due to concerns about whether Facebook Inc. did enough to stop improper access and handling of user data.
Asian shares fell on Tuesday after investors took profits in high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed improper access to user data. The retreat came as investors braced for new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's first policy meeting starting later in the day and amid concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump could impose additional protectionist trade measures. "U.S. tech indexes, including Nasdaq and Philadelphia semi-conductor index all hit record highs last week.
Asian shares fell on Tuesday after investors took profits in high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed improper access to user data. The retreat came as investors braced for new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's first policy meeting starting later in the day and amid concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump could impose additional protectionist trade measures.
Analyst who called the last pullback in January says the entire market is fine despite the selloff on Monday. In fact, it is a good buying opportunity for stocks in three sectors.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 330 points today, but the real damage was in the Nasdaq thanks to Facebook (FB), which suffered its largest one-day drop since 2014. •...and explain why Exact Science's naming of Harry Connick Jr. as a spokesperson caused its shares to tumble. The Nasdaq Composite slumped 1.8% to 7344.24.
The Nasdaq composite paced a broad market decline, but Intel showed a bullish rebound off intraday lows.
Facebook plunged to its worst loss in four years Monday and led a rout in technology companies. The social media company's stock fell following reports that a data mining firm working for the Trump campaign improperly obtained data on 50 million Facebook users.
U.S. stocks joined a broad decline in global equity markets on Monday as traders turned cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting this week and amid continuing concerns about the threat of a global trade war. At the same time, shares of Facebook Inc shed nearly 7 percent after reports that a political consultancy that worked on U.S. President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign gained inappropriate access to data on 50 million of the social network's users.
U.S. stocks dropped on Monday, with the S&P and Nasdaq suffering their worst day in just over five weeks, as concerns over increased regulation for large tech companies was spearheaded by a plunge in Facebook shares. Facebook shares tumbled 6.8 percent as Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg faced calls from both U.S. and European lawmakers to explain how a consultancy that worked on President Donald Trump's election campaign gained access to data on 50 million Facebook users. The stock had its worst day since March 2014 and was down 10.8 percent from its closing record hit on Feb. 1, to put the stock squarely in correction territory, a drop of 10 percent from its high.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled on Monday, erasing its year-to-date gain, pushing the blue-chip indicator negative for 2018. The Dow declined 335 points, or 1.4%, at 24,610, for a decline in the ...
U.S. stocks dropped on Monday, with the S&P and Nasdaq suffering their worst day in just over five weeks, as concerns over increased regulation for large tech companies was spearheaded by a plunge in Facebook ...
U.S. stocks closed more than 1% lower on Monday, pressured by a broad decline that was largely attributable to weakness in Facebook. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 336 points, or 1.4%, to 24,611. ...
Tech stocks drag on the broader market as shares of Facebook Inc. tanked following a data-mining scandal that involved millions of who use the social media site.