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In an otherwise quiet day, investors will turn their attention to American Express earnings ahead of the market open.
Futures: Intel and Atlassian soared late on earnings, lifting AMD, Nvidia and ServiceNow. Broadcom rose on an Apple supply deal.
Stocks made a barely positive start in early Asian trade on Friday after the world's health body called it a little too early to declare a coronavirus outbreak a global emergency. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose a marginal 0.1%, while Japan's Nikkei stood flat and Australian stocks added 0.4%. Trade in Asia is already slowing down for the Lunar New Year holiday, with financial markets in China, Taiwan and South Korea closed on Friday.
The three main U.S. stock indexes started in the red but slowly rose to finish flat. The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump continued, as China tries to contain a coronavirus.
Disney stock is near all-time highs as the media giant plows ahead. Here is what the fundamental and technical analysis say about buying Disney now.
The Dow Jones recovered impressively along with the Nasdaq and S&P; 500 after the WHO issued a calming statement regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. stocks ended mixed Thursday, recovering from early losses, as investors digested earnings reports and took heart from a World Health Organization decision to refrain from declaring China’s coronavirus outbreak a global emergency.
Stocks came back from early losses to finish mostly higher on Thursday, with the Nasdaq Composite edging to a record close as investors appeared to shake off worries surrounding the coronavirus outbreak that originated in China after the World Health Organization said it was too early to consider the event a "global emergency." The Nasdaq ended the day up nearly 19 points, or 0.2%, to end near 9,402, according to preliminary figures, topping its previous record finish of 9,388.94 set on Jan. 17. The S&P 500 rose around 4 points, or 0.1%, to end near 3,326. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lagged behind the other major indexes, ending around 26 points lower near 29,160, a loss of 0.1%.
John Stumpf’s settlement was one of several actions the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced Thursday against former Wells Fargo executives over customer-account misconduct.
The stock market fell early, but rebounded late, after the U.N. health agency said it wouldn't call a global emergency to deal with China's virus.
DOW UPDATE Shares of Travelers and Nike are seeing declines Thursday afternoon, dragging the Dow Jones Industrial Average into negative territory. The Dow (DJIA) was most recently trading 16 points (0.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is being weighed down by broad drops across 10 of its components as investors respond to China's coronavirus news.
DOW UPDATE Shares of Travelers and Walt Disney are seeing declines Thursday afternoon, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average into negative territory. Shares of Travelers (TRV) and Walt Disney (DIS) have contributed to the blue-chip gauge's intraday decline, as the Dow (DJIA) was most recently trading 90 points lower (-0.
Tesla shares — unsafe at any speed? Apparently so, according to the consumer advocate and former presidential candidate, who issued a stark warning this week, not only on the pricey stock, but on the market as a whole.
The Dow Jones industrials traded near session lows midday as disappointing earnings and global fears over the rapidly spreading China virus weighed.
While the Senate is almost certain to vote for keeping Trump in office, that hasn’t stopped his critics from talking about the potential for a “President Pence” or a “President Pelosi.” So here’s a look at the presidential line of succession.
The market is dropping today, so it’s no surprise to see utilities and real estate among the best performing sectors in the S&P 500. But why are industrial’s performing so well? We have an idea.
New Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun spoke to the media Wednesday, taking public questions for the first time since taking on the new role.
U.S. equity markets have experienced muted trade in the past few sessions as investors keep one eye trained on a deadly flu outbreak in China, which could soon be declared a public health emergency by the World Health Organization within the next 24 hours.
Morgan Stanley upgraded shares of General Electric Thursday. The upgrade comes just before fourth quarter earnings are due to be reported next week.