U.S. stocks rose broadly on Friday, as a raft of strong corporate earnings helped allay concerns over growth risks in Europe and political tensions in Saudi Arabia that drove a 1% drop a day earlier.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday as weak earnings reports from industrials raised worries over rising expenses and the impact of tariffs, adding to concerns of higher borrowing costs after hawkish commentary in the Federal Reserve’s minutes.
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, a day after Wall Street’s strongest rally in seven months, as investors were disappointed with IBM’s results and remained cautious ahead of the minutes of Federal Reserve’s latest meeting.
SECTION SELECTION US FINANCIAL MARKET | US ECONOMY & POLITICS EUROPE & WORLD | TODAY IN HISTORY DAILY MARKET REPORTS U.S. stocks rose broadly on Tuesday, led by technology and healthcare shares, as upbeat earnings from blue-chip companies helped ease jitters over the impact of the ongoing U.S.-China trade war and other global issues on corporate profits. […]
SECTION SELECTION US FINANCIAL MARKET | US ECONOMY & POLITICS EUROPE & WORLD | TODAY IN HISTORY DAILY MARKET REPORTS U.S. stocks fell on Monday as an increase in tensions between Western powers and Saudi Arabia added to worries over rising borrowing costs and the impact of tariffs, following the main three indexes’ biggest weekly declines in […]
Wall Street climbed more than 1% on Friday following its worst two-day slide in eight months, with technology and other high-growth stocks leading a fight back.
U.S. stocks steadied slightly after their worst day in eight months on Thursday as a smaller-than-expected rise in consumer prices suggested inflationary pressures were easing, weakening the case for an aggressive campaign of further interest rate rises.
U.S. stock indexes dived around 1% on Wednesday as worries over China and the impact of rising Treasury yields on global growth drove falls in luxury goods companies and chipmakers.
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq rose on Tuesday, boosted by a rebound in technology stocks, but gains, including on the blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average, were kept in check by concerns on slowing global growth.
U.S. stock indexes were lower on Monday, pressured by a drop in technology and energy companies and muted appetite for equities after last week’s spike in Treasury yields following healthy economic data.