|Day's Range||27,801.80 - 27,925.50|
|52 Week Range||21,712.53 - 28,174.97|
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday that the Fed could "adjust the details" of its balance sheet policies and repo operations to prevent another flare-up in money markets.
Will the Fed keep dealing out interest rates cuts? Top strategists weigh in.
Wall Street looks set for modest gains Thursday as investors price in rate support from the Fed while eyeing headline risks on U.S.-China trade talks and Parliamentary elections in Britain.
Futures: Lululemon Athletica fell late on weak guidance after Apple and chips led Wednesday's stock market rally. Thursday night's Adobe, Broadcom and Costco earnings will be key.
Costco stock has had a good year. Shares are up about 45% year to date. Investors hope the strong performance will continue after the company reports earnings after the close of trading Thursday.
UBS analyst Markus Mittermaier upgraded GE’s stock to the equivalent of Buy from Hold, taking his price target to $14 from $11.50, about 28% above recent levels. He calls 2020 an “inflection year” for the controversial conglomerate.
All three major stock indexes closed slightly above the break-even line on Wednesday. The Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged following a two-day meeting and indicated that rates will likely stay on hold for the foreseeable future.
Dollar-cost averaging is a popular strategy in which an investor purchases an asset at regularly timed intervals to mitigate the risk of buying high. But what about “dollar-cost ravaging?”
U.S. economy may chug along for another two years without a blip thanks to the Federal Reserve’s low rates, which makes it a good time to own stocks, say analysts at BCA Research.
Wall Street's main stock indexes ended modestly higher on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and signaled that borrowing costs are likely to remain unchanged indefinitely. After cutting rates three times earlier this year, the Fed left its benchmark rate at the target range of between 1.50% and 1.75%, a decision that was widely expected.
U.S. stocks came off session lows to clinch modest gains on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve indicated it would keep interest rates at current levels through the whole of next year, concluding its two-day meeting. The S&P 500 closed up 0.3% to end at around 3,141.63. The Dow Jones Industrial Average picked up 30 points, or 0.1%, to close near 27,911.30, based on preliminary numbers. The Nasdaq Composite finished 0.4% higher to end at 8,654.05. The Fed held interest rates at a range between 1.50% to 1.75%, and suggested its benchmark lending rate would stay at those levels through all of next year in the so-called dot plot. The potential for financial conditions to stay accommodative helped bolster sentiment around risky assets like stocks.
The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and signaled it expects to remain on hold for the foreseeable future.
DEEP DIVE (This is the first in a three-part series listing highly rated stocks that sell-side analysts expect to rise the most over the next 12 months. This article covers large-cap stocks. Part 2 covers mid-cap stocks and part 3 covers small-caps.
The stock market put in a mixed performance Tuesday, as the Fed left interest rates unchanged after its final meeting of the year, as expected.
Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett once hailed Bush for delivering a timely take on the economy during the financial crisis. One blogger takes a look at the relevance of those words today.
Wall Street is slowly getting more bullish on mining stocks. Large mining stocks Barron’s tracks are down more than 50% from all-time highs, but the sector has bounced back some in 2019, up about 14% on average. The reason for improved sentiment is linked to iron ore and copper, two key metals for global miners.
Privately held supercar company McLaren wants to build electric vehicles in the near future. When they do, McLaren’s offerings will directly compete with the high-end Tesla Roadster due out in 2020 or 2021.