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Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit and co-founder & managing partner of Initialized Capital. In a wide-ranging interview, Ohanian discusses the role of race in his marriage with tennis great Serena Williams and raising a mixed-raced daughter in America. He expressed his concern about tech regulation and shared his thoughts on the state of cryptocurrencies and what's next for the volatile crypto market. Ohanian talked about his partnership with Dove Men+Care as well as his support for paternity leave in the U.S. Ohanian also weighed in on the 2020 presidential race, sharing his thoughts on a possibility overlooked candidate, Tulsi Gabbard.
Synopsys signaled a breakout after topping views, one of four top stocks moving on earnings. Nike fell after a top college basketball player injured himself as his Nike shoe disintegrated.
BEIJING (AP) — Most global stock markets rose Thursday as U.S. and Chinese officials entered two days of negotiations aimed at ending a bruising tariff battle.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were little-changed Thursday following a listless day on Wall Street ahead of U.S.-Chinese negotiations aimed at ending a tariff battle.
One widely used signal of the health of the stock market has hit an all-time high, setting the stage for a potentially further rally in U.S. equity benchmarks, say technical analyst.
Lyft Inc. is preparing to list its shares on Nasdaq around the end of March, as the ride-sharing firm’s hotly anticipated plan to join the public markets comes into focus. The filing is expected to name Nasdaq as the exchange for Lyft shares, they added. Lyft has been in a race with rival Uber Technologies Inc., which has also filed privately for an IPO, but it is now clear Lyft will provide the first major test of how public investors value the ride-hailing industry.
U.S. stocks closed near the break-even line on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve released the minutes for its January meeting in the afternoon. The minutes were largely consistent with recent public comments made by Federal Open Market Committee members. Markets closed flat as the Fed minutes came largely as expected.
Stocks closed modestly higher on Wall Street Wednesday, extending the market's gains from a day earlier. Gains in financial, materials and industrial companies outweighed losses in health care and real ...
U.S. stocks ended higher on Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's last meeting reaffirmed for investors that the U.S. central bank would be "patient" with respect to further interest rate hikes. "The minutes largely echoed the Fed's cautious statement from its last meeting," said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst at Western Union Business Solutions in Washington.
Stock indexes close moderately higher Wednesday, with the Nasdaq up for an eighth session in a row, following the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s January meeting.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended higher on Wednesday as the release of the Federal Reserve's minutes from its January meeting showed policymakers thought pausing on U.S. interest rate hikes posed ...
U.S. stocks finished higher Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's January meeting showed central bankers were divided on raising rates further in 2019. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 63 points, or 0.2%, at 25,954, the S&P 500 index climbed 0.2% at 2,785, on a preliminary basis. Meanwhile, the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index finished little changed at 7,489, but enough to extend a rally to an eighth straight session, on a preliminary basis. The win streak marks the longest streak for the Nasdaq since Aug. 9, according to FactSet data. Meanwhile, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note traded at 2.652%, compared with 2.645% Tuesday. Bond yields rise as prices fall. The Fed's minutes from its Jan. 29-30 meeting, which were released at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, showed concerns about the global economy and fears that its efforts to reduce its $4 trillion-dollar balance sheet, known as quantitative tightening, or QT, would cause further disruptions in financial markets. On the trade front, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the U.S. may not increase tariffs on Chinese goods as scheduled after March 1, but he did raise the specter of addressing auto tariffs in Europe, which briefly helped pushed stocks lower as minutes were being digested. Although, the Fed's more dovish stance has sparked optimism that stocks can continue to churn higher, questions persist about how long the Fed will maintain its newfound patient posture. Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said Wednesday after minutes were released that he wasn't even sure the economy is slowing down. "So far, we have to admit that we don't have all the data we usually do right now. So its not even clear how much of a slowdown, if any, that we're seeing in the economy," Clarida said, in an interview on CNN International.
Fed meeting minutes confirmed that quantitative tightening, the shrinking of the Fed balance sheet, will end in 2019. The Dow rose, but not much.