U.S. stocks rose Thursday, putting the S&P 500 on course for its longest streak of record closes in 20 years.
SECTION SELECTION US FINANCIAL MARKET | US ECONOMY & POLITICS EUROPE & WORLD | TODAY IN HISTORY DAILY MARKET REPORTS The S&P information technology index, up about 26 percent this year, was on pace to post its first losses in seven sessions. Janet Yellen is scheduled to address the Community Banking in the 21st Century Research and […]
All the three U.S. stock indexes touched fresh record highs on Tuesday, after the carmakers reported strong monthly sales data.
The three major U.S. stock indexes hit record highs at the open on Monday, the first trading day of the fourth quarter, on hopes of progress on President Donald Trump’s tax reform plan.
U.S. stocks were mixed at the open on Friday after data showed cooling consumer spending in August and slowing pace of inflation growth, pointing to moderation in economic activity in the third quarter.
U.S. proposal to sharply cut taxes on businesses and many individuals boosts government debt yields.
Bank shares advance, tracking a rise in government bond yields.
The stock market has been quiet in recent sessions, with major indexes sticking to a narrow range.
A selloff in technology stocks, led by Facebook and Apple, drove down major Wall Street indexes on Monday.
North Korea said it might test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean in response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat to destroy the reclusive country in his United Nations address.