|Day's Range||19.30 - 22.36|
|52 Week Range||8.56 - 50.30|
British Prime Minister Theresa May holding an emergency cabinet meeting as the UK and EU reach a deal on Brexit. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, and Alanna Petroff discuss.
Tech is dragging stocks lower as Wall Street begins the week with a sell-off. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Adam Shapiro discuss with BNY Mellon chief strategist Liz Young and ITC managing director Sean O'Rourke.
OPEC and oil are expected to move the markets, but in the long term Sevens Report Founder and President Tom Essaye says the dollar, which is at a 2018 high, will and could make all the difference for corporate earnings. Yahoo Finance’s Melody Hahm and Essaye discuss.
After the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada, shares of Aurora Cannabis, a cannabis producer based in Canada, have been surging in premarket trading. Yahoo Finance’s Melody Hahm and Scott Gamm discuss.
With the Democrats now in control of the House of Representatives, what does it mean for your money? Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Adam Shapiro discuss with Bullseye Brief author and publisher Adam Johnson and Oppenheimer Asset Management chief strategist John Stoltzfus.
A federal judge issued an order to halt the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, and Alexis Keenan discuss.
Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell reveals the Fed's decision on interest rates and outlook for the rest of the year. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, and Dan Roberts discuss with Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager Chad Morganlander.
The markets just had their best post midterm election showing since the 1982 midterm, with the Dow and S&P each up about two percent yesterday. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and President and Chief Investment Officer of Heritage Capital Paul Schatz discuss what’s happening.
Stocks are surging as investors applaud the midterm election results. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Adam Shapiro discuss with Benchmark Investments CEO Kevin Kelly and BNY Mellon Wealth Management CIO Leo Grohowski.
A new report claims Foxconn will consider bringing Chinese workers into the U.S. to fill jobs at its new facility. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, and Brian Cheung discuss.
How will Wall Street react to the midterm results? Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, and Julie Hyman discuss with RiskHedge chief analyst Stephen McBride.
With the midterms well underway, investors are cautiously awaiting today’s results to plan their next moves. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Fross & Fross Wealth Management Co-Founder Thomas Fross discuss what we can expect.
The economy is seemingly humming along, but there are some stress signals, says Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist, Liz Ann Sonders. She talks to Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro and Andy Serwer.
Apple’s product-demand concerns and a cloud hanging over Goldman Sachs dampened Monday’s mood. The Trump administration is reportedly looking to broaden its trade battle with China.
Market bulls continue to see strong U.S. GDP growth, a tight labor market and surging corporate profits. A once-pristine fundamental backdrop suddenly looks tarnished, as worries accelerate that economic growth may have peaked, political headwinds are forming, and rising interest rates will stand in the way of future fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration. All it took was a negative headline for Apple about iPhone demand and news about a lingering regulatory issue for Goldman Sachs to send Wall Street into another tailspin.
Jim Carney of Parplus Partners says there’s “virtually no panic” in the CBOE Volatility Index, which measures future market risk and investor sentiment.
Wall Street rose 2 percent on Wednesday, led by the technology and healthcare sectors as investors breathed a sigh of relief following the U.S. midterm elections and made bets that a divided Congress would be good news for equities. Democrats won control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, while President Donald Trump's Republican party expanded its Senate majority, pointing to the likelihood of political gridlock in Washington. The S&P's biggest boosts came from the S&P technology sector and the healthcare stocks, with both indexes gaining 2.9 percent.
Companies including Tesla and Texas Instruments are getting a vote of confidence as executives and directors increase their stakes.