268.86 -1.54 (-0.57%)
Pre-Market: 6:55AM EDT
|Bid||268.96 x 100|
|Ask||268.98 x 700|
|Day's Range||270.19 - 273.25|
|52 Week Range||231.61 - 286.58|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.09%|
ETFs experienced a record amount of inflows last week despite renewed volatility but was quickly pared with high outflows, revealing traders’ increasing reliance on the nifty investment vehicle to garner ...
To almost nobody’s surprise, the Federal Reserve opted to raise interest rates 0.25 percent on Wednesday, bringing the Federal Funds Rate between 1.5-1.75 percent for the time being. The Fed also indicated ...
A new political risk index weighs the impact the Special Counsel is having on the U.S. stock market.
The markets did very well in January until all four major averages hit new all-time highs on January 26. However, the ensuing market correction in early February instilled fear into the markets that hasn’t been seen in quite some time! Could this have marked the peak of the bull market?
Given strong performance accompanied by institutional accumulation, Applied Materials stock could be a solid long-term investment.
We do anticipate plenty of reportage on this meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), even as the markets have long baked-in a quarter-point hike.
As stocks have fallen in March and February, average, everyday investors have not sold and in fact have increased their stock holdings. Some fund managers, on the other hand, have been selling.
Market timing is generally agreed to be extremely challenging. Yet seasonal factors do persist in the market over time and could offer you a slight edge when buying or selling.
When stocks sell-off, a whole bunch of new financial terms start popping up that you may not be familiar with. Here's our cheat sheet to help you out.
In the last two articles, we learned that billionaire investor Richard Bernstein is concerned about the inflationary situation and income-oriented strategies. The economic cycle generally goes through three different phases: early cycle, mid-cycle, and late cycle. In such a scenario, the implementation of tariffs could create more concern for income-oriented investors.
Wall Street expects the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates at Jerome Powell's first meeting as chairman Wednesday afternoon. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith discusses the meeting with Michael Cox, former chief economist of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.