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After dropping triple digits, the Dow claws back most of those losses. This as Apple suffers its worst day in over two months. Plus, 30 years ago today was the worst day in Dow history. But we still don’t really know what happened. And, we’ve got PayPal earnings any minute now. Plus, there’s a big vote coming up in the Senate that could pave the way for tax reform. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Myles Udland and Yahoo Finance’s Justine Underhill.
Asian shares pushed higher on investor optimism over the global outlook despite uncertainties over the outcome of political events in China and Japan and speculation over Trump's choice for the next Fed ...
The major U.S. stock indexes finished mixed Thursday after partially recovering from midday losses. The latest gains barely kept winning streaks alive for the Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Dow Jones ...
Stocks jumped out to early gains Wednesday, with the Dow opening firmly above the 23,000 level and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq cracking new highs.
Wall Street may be ready for new record highs today. The Dow Jones Industrials is expected to resume its upwards pace upon opening. Tax reform and quarterly earnings continue to be a focus for investors. Average Earnings Index numbers from the U.K today showed an increase. Dow Jones Industrials to Set New Mark, Indexes Being … Continue reading New Record Levels Possible on Wall Street, US Futures Point to a Slightly Positive Open
What's not to like about an economy with low inflation and growing above trend? Hence, it's not surprising the stock market continues to gain steam.
___ Senators reach deal on resuming payments to health insurers Key senators have reached a breakthrough deal on resuming federal payments to health insurers that President Donald Trump has blocked. Insurers ...
The treasury secretary gave an ’absolute guarantee' that a tax overhaul would be signed into law by the end of the year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan Roberts, and Kevin Mahn, CIO of Hennion & Walsh Asset Management discuss whether or not investors should trust Mnuchin’s tax prediction.