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After dropping triple digits, the Dow claws back most of those losses. This as Apple suffers its worst day in over two months. Plus, 30 years ago today was the worst day in Dow history. But we still don’t really know what happened. And, we’ve got PayPal earnings any minute now. Plus, there’s a big vote coming up in the Senate that could pave the way for tax reform. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Myles Udland and Yahoo Finance’s Justine Underhill.
Lew Piantedosi, Eaton Vance Large-Cap Growth Fund, and Eric Wiegand, U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management, discuss how to trade in the technology space if the government were to impose regulations.
Meg Green, Founder, Meg Green & Associates; Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel; and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss the day's market activity and what investors should consider.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg makes first public comments on Facebook and its role in Russia investigation in an interview with Axios. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman and Nicole Sinclair discuss.
British officials are looking to classify Facebook and Google as publications instead of communication platforms. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Andy Serwer, and Dan Roberts discuss the broader implications of controlling the internet.
Sam Stovall, CFRA chief investment strategist, and Michael Lippert, Baron Opportunity Fund portfolio manager, provide insight to the market's bull run and the U.S. economy. Also Lippert weighs in on tech giants.
Even though markets were in the red this morning, the S&P is coming off a record closing streak not seen in 20 years. Are there still strong areas of opportunity in this market? Matt Cheslock of Virtu Financial joins us from the floor of New York Stock Exchange.
MongoDB said Tuesday in a filing that its initial public offering is now expected to price between $20 to $22 a share, up from an expected range of $18 to $20 a share. The database software company could ...
Stocks powering to new all-time highs as financials lead the way, and Trump talks up tax reform, again. Plus – Netflix earnings any minute now, we’ll have them for you as soon as they break. Plus – what if you received more voting shares, the longer you held the stock? Stocks getting hit today include Sears Holdings as Bruce Berkowitz will leave the board of directors – Berkowitz’s Fairholme Capital is a major shareholder in Sears, Adobe as Deutsche Bank downgraded shares of the creative software company to hold citing a slowing growth trajectory, and Nordstrom – another retail name in trouble today as the Nordstrom family said it will suspend plans to take the chain private, due to difficulties in obtaining debt financing.
We’ve got more record highs for Wall Street as earnings roll in and economic data keeps improving. Plus, Bitcoin jumps again as Jamie Dimon has more bad things to say. Is this your sign to buy or take profits? And, Trump says the national debt is getting a boost from stocks at all-time highs. Does he have a point? Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers, Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland, and reporters Justine Underhill and Jared Blikre.
Stocks slip from record highs as traders take in the start of earnings season. Plus – JPM, Citi kick off earnings season with so-so reports. Is this the start of bad things to come for Q4? And – Facebook under the spotlight as Sheryl Sandberg goes to DC – can she get the government to back off the social media giant?
Although the S&P 500 has been on a tear this year, and hit another new high yesterday, Societe Generale’s Alain Bokobza and his team don’t see that streak continuing, projecting a 2,450 close this year and 2,500 for year-end 2018. More detail from his note: Clear impact of Treasury yield on US sector performance, less obvious for US dollar: A bivariate analysis (versus the dollar and the level of rates using quarterly data from 2007 onwards) looks less compelling graphically. In materials, for example, the negative sensitivity to the dollar index is clearly visible, but it seems to be trumped by the sensitivity to higher yields, leading to a predominant outperformance in the upper right quadrant.
Stocks steady here with the Dow hitting another all-time high and the Fed signaling a December rate hike is coming. Plus, GE is in crisis mode. Is the conglomerate’s hallowed dividend in doubt? And – NBC News targeted by Trump, and Megyn Kelly ratings sinking. Is Comcast in trouble here? Plus, NAFTA talks are underway, and Trump’s pushing a hard line. Why the trade pact might be near its end. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer.
Wall Street powering to new highs as big blue chips are making moves. Plus, Walmart is pushing the Dow higher with a massive buyback plan, but is this the right move for the transitioning retailer? And – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google — are they only great for investors? Scott Galloway says yes. Plus, Trump’s got his thumb on the NFL and ESPN. Will his game plan work, with ratings continuing to dip?
Stocks trade in range as a big week of earnings awaits. Plus, Ralph Nader blasts buybacks as a CEO giveaway, but are they actually a good use of capital? And Jason Calacanis sounds off on startups and angel investing — and why he believes in former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. Plus a look ahead to everything you need to know about tomorrow, today. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer.
Who would have thunk it: with all the risk potential in the developing world, emerging market stocks and bonds have turned in some of the best performances of the year among all asset classes. Bank of America Merrill Lynch provided a handy chart (see below) of returns across global asset classes attached to its weekly summary of fund flows, and we provide it here. It shows that emerging market equities rank as the top asset class, up 30.5% year to date through Oct. 4.
Stocks weak after a jobs report whiff – we break it all down. Plus – could there be a silver lining in the jobs report? We explain why Main Street could see a lift. And – IPOs are back in vogue – is this a good thing, or sign of a top? Plus – Hollywood rocked – why the Harvey Weinstein scandal couldn’t have come at worse time for his studio, and the industry. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers, Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer, Nicole Sinclair, and Myles Udland. Winners and losers
While there are nearly as many ways to slice and dice the stock market as there are analysts on Wall Street, one of the best is still the simplest. The 10 Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded funds break the market down into digestible chunks with just enough granularity to point out opportunities. It is no surprise that technology led the pack for much of this year and the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA:XLK) is still up 22.6% year-to-date vs. 13.4% for the S&P 500 Index.
From a technical perspective, one thing is clear--the bull market still has room to run, across geographic and economic regions. But where should investors start? Vermillion Research's John Betz has a ...
Wall street pushing to new highs on the back of good data—with the S&P 500 poised for it’s sixth straight record close. Plus, Amazon’s taking to the skies. Should FedEx and UPS really be concerned, and what’s Bezos’s real play here? And, electric cars. We reveal the top ancillary trade that’s that’s already up 50% this year. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland.