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Stocks ripping to new all-time highs as hopes for GOP tax reform build. Plus – the robots are coming to Wall Street – will the power of AI give investors the alpha they crave? Stocks in the red today include Procter & Gamble as the maker of Tide and Pampers reported a revenue miss as consumer spending slows, Axon Enterprise as the Taser maker revealed its financial reports are under review by the SEC, and Celgene – shares dropping as the biotech name discontinued a trial of an experimental Crohn’s Disease treatment.
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The budget vote lit the market's fuse on Friday as the Dow closed the week at overbought levels rarely seen in the past ten years. Some traders think the market is "different now" but is that really the case? Any warning signs from the market internals?
U.S. stocks hit record closing highs on Friday and the S&P 500 posted a sixth week of gains after the U.S. Senate passed a budget resolution, lifting hopes that President Donald Trump's tax-cut plan may move forward. Shares of General Electric reversed an early drop of 6.3 percent to end 1.1 percent higher, and the S&P industrials index also finished up 1.1 percent. The Senate's approval late Thursday of a 2018 budget blueprint could pave the way for Republicans to pursue a tax-cut package without Democratic support.
Stocks closed higher Friday, extending a record-setting drive for major indexes. The Standard & Poor's 500 index and Dow Jones industrial average closed out their sixth straight week of gains. Both indexes ...
The market is betting big that the Trump tax plan happens, and happens very soon. If we don't get the plan, the markets may succumb to some reality.
Sure, U.S. small-cap stocks and the related exchange-traded funds have recently been resurgent. Give the widely followed Russell 2000 Index some credit for jumping more than 4 percent over the past month ...
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 ...
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.
The GOP is getting closer to tax reform after the Senate narrowly passed a budget resolution that would pave the way for a tax plan this year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Jared Blikre and Rick Newman figures out what will happen next.
Investors are looking over their shoulder. That’s because today is the 30th anniversary of "Black Monday," which is considered the worst day in history for the U.S. stock market. That's when the S&P plunged 20.5% and the Dow tumbled more than 22%. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Myles Udland and Seana Smith figure out if we at risk of this happening again?