|Day's Range||8.70 - 8.80|
Victoria Fernandez, chief market strategist at Crossmark Global Investments, and Scott Clemons, chief investment strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman, join Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi, Alexis Christoforous, and Jared Blikre to discuss what's moving markets on Tuesday, Sept. 24. The panel tackles the housing market, Sen. Bernie Sanders' new wealth tax proposal, and more.
David Bahnsen of The Bahnsen Group joins Yahoo Finance's Scott Gamm on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss market volatility, U.S.-China trade tensions, and global slowdown concerns.
Roberto Croce, senior portfolio manager for risk parity strategies at Mellon, a BNY Mellon investment business, joins Yahoo Finance to talk about diversification strategies in an uncertain market. He talks with Julie Hyman and Dan Roberts.
It's time to get technical at the YFi Interactive touch screen. Joining Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland is Jared Blikre to break down the day's action in stock, bonds, and the Nasdaq 100 components.
Investors are left with little clarity on how the U.S. and China will move forward on trade. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Jared Blikre, Todd Buchholz and Timothy Chubb, Girard CIO discuss.
Stocks tumbled after China said it would impose retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods followed by Trump ordering U.S. companies to look for ‘alternatives to China.’ Bank of America Senior U.S. Economist Joe Song joined Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round with his take on whether U.S. consumers are feeling the impact from the trade war.
Wild market swings are putting investors on edge. Sneha Jose, Stifel's Director of Investment Strategy & Behavioral Finance joins Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Dan Roberts and Yousef Abbasi, INTL FCStone Director of U.S. Institutional Equities and Global Market Strategist to discuss. She says investors should look at the big picture.
It's time to get technical at the YFi Interactive touch screen. Joining Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers is Jared Blikre to break down the day's action in stock, bonds, transports, the dollar and gold. BIDU Baidu Inc 4.32% EA Electronic Arts, Inc. 1.97% ATVI Activision Blizzard Inc 1.84% MELI Mercadolibre Inc 1.48% WYNN Wynn Resorts Ltd 1.42% QCOM Qualcomm Inc 1.60% TTWO Take-Two Interactive Software 1.21% IDXX Idexx Laboratories 0.83% CHTR Charter Communications Inc 0.81% SNPS Synopsys Inc 0.79% JBHT Hunt(J.B.)Transport 0.67% LULU Lululemon Athletica Inc 0.56% AVGO Broadcom Inc 0.57% XEL Xcel Energy 0.40% ADSK Autodesk, Inc 0.26% UAL United Airlines Hldgs Inc 0.17% ROST Ross Stores 0.10% MAR Marriott Int'l Cl A 0.08% MNST Monster Beverage Corporation 0.07% CTAS Cintas Corp 0.07% CELG Celgene Corp 0.04% AAPL Apple Inc 0.00% KLAC KLA Corp 0.01% NTES Netease Inc Ads -5.01% DLTR Dollar Tree Inc -4.09% NFLX Netflix Inc -3.36% FOXA(HB) Twenty-First Century Fox Inc A -2.75% AMD Advanced Micro Devices Inc -2.48% KHC The Kraft Heinz Company -2.33% WLTW(HB) Willis Towers Watson Pub Ltd -2.07% NTAP NetApp Inc -1.96% BIIB Biogen Inc -1.88% WDC Western Digital -1.85% VRTX Vertex Pharmaceuticals -1.80% ALGN Align Tech -1.76% XLNX Xilinx Inc -1.74% MU Micron Tech -1.73% NVDA Nvidia Corp -1.70% ALXN Alexion Pharmaceuticals -1.49% SIRI Sirius XM Hldgs Inc -1.46% GOOGL(HB) Alphabet Inc Cl A -1.41% ILMN Illumina Inc -1.39% HSIC Henry Schein Inc -1.38% AMGN Amgen Inc -1.37% SYMC Symantec Corp -1.34% INTC Intel Corp -1.33% GOOG Alphabet Inc Cl C Cap Stock -1.32% MCHP Microchip Tech -1.29% FB Facebook Inc -1.27% INTU Intuit Inc -1.18% CSCO Cisco Systems -1.18% CDNS Cadence Design Systems -1.16% BMRN Biomarin Pharmaceutical -1.16% SBUX Starbucks Corp -1.07% GILD Gilead Sciences -1.05% MDLZ Mondelez Int'l Inc Cl A -1.04% AAL American Airlines Grp inc -1.03% FISV Fiserv Inc -1.02% ADI Analog Devices -0.96% COST Costco Wholesale Corp -0.92% EBAY eBay Inc -0.89% WBA Walgreen Boots Alliance Inc -0.84% MSFT Microsoft Corp -0.82% AMZN Amazon.com Inc -0.81% TSLA Tesla Inc -0.81%
“Good investors take advantage of exactly what’s happening right now… over other people’s anxiety," the wellness guru told Yahoo Finance.
Don’t forget that this has been a very resilient market, but also keep in mind that with payrolls looming tomorrow, the big down-move we’ve had, and more jitters about geopolitics, it could still be a bumpy ride to end the week. The Cboe Volatility Index (VIX) is still above 20 this morning, and 20 is sometimes seen as the level that indicates elevated fear. Today could be a day of stabilization with volume a little light, partly because payrolls is tomorrow.
The impeachment situation puts focus back on the home front, but also raises questions about the big picture. Impeachment tends to take a long time, and Congress goes on a two-week break starting Friday. President Trump’s speech yesterday highlighted the trade concerns, and might have had a bigger negative impact on stocks than the impeachment drama.
Stocks slipped modestly yesterday to start the week after an attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities over the weekend. Despite the new geopolitical risks, the benchmark S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq were down only 0.3% for the session. The closely-watched CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) was up nearly 7% yesterday on the modest losses for the overall market, but remains below the $15 level.
Now, with half of Saudi Arabia’s crude production disabled by an attack over the weekend, the spiral in crude prices reminds everyone just how much impact this faraway place can have right here at home. Generally, though, things seem to be holding together relatively well so far Monday considering the crude supply shock over the weekend. It helps, maybe, that crude prices were low to begin with, so even a 10% rise only takes them back to levels they were at last spring.
Outspoken former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci claims the president is 'unhinged' and in 'steady decline.'
President Trump’s latest Twitter escapade against the Fed calls for negative interest rates to jump-start the slowing economy. But the prospect of using a monetary tool usually reserved for deeply-troubled economies has many strategists on Wall Street seriously worried. Butcher Joseph Asset Management Chief Investment Strategist Nancy Tengler believes the practice of implementing negative interest rates is “seriously dangerous.” The “$16 trillion in negative yielding debt around the globe - I don't understand how you account for it as an investor,” Tengler said in an interview on Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round.
Trade policy has never been as uncertain as it currently is, and that uncertainty is leading to volatile stock markets, a new study finds.
Stocks in Europe and Asia climbed across the board early Wednesday, assisted by signs of tensions cooling off in both Hong Kong and the U.K. Specifically, Hong Kong’s leader withdrew a controversial extradition bill, and the U.K. Parliament looks like it might vote to extend debate on Brexit, according to media reports. Crude also had a nice little pop as the overseas markets rallied, though it hasn’t made back all of its Tuesday losses. In another positive development, United Airlines Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: UAL) reaffirmed its guidance.
With the near-term outlook for stocks clouded by the risk of presidential tweets, potential interest-rate cuts, and other factors that could whipsaw equity prices, it’s no wonder a certain call option has become increasingly popular with investors.
A spokesman for China’s Ministry of Commerce said China firmly rejects escalation of the trade war and is willing to negotiate with a “calm attitude,” CNBC reported. Stock futures rose 1% before the opening bell Thursday, and bond prices stepped back. Investors received mixed earnings news this morning.
The relationship between President Trump and Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell has been a contentious one the past few months.
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