NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 8, 2017) (NYSE) – Wall Street closed at a record high on Wednesday (November 8) as Apple’s AAPL.O market capitalization climbed above the $900 billion mark and videogame makers rallied. Continue reading
(REUTERS) – On the 30th anniversary of the 1987 stock market crash, U.S. stocks are at a record high and investors are concerned that steep valuations may mean a correction is overdue, despite healthy corporate earnings and economic growth.
Shares of the streaming box maker rose about 30 percent minutes after they debuted on the Nasdaq Stock Market Thursday. Fred Katayama reports. Continue reading
Asian shares take a battering as mounting worries about the health of European banks further threatened a global economic outlook already under strain from falling oil prices and slowdowns in China and other emerging markets.
European shares gave up early gains as bank stocks dropped again and losses in Asian markets sent investors scurrying for save havens. Ivor Bennett reports.
The first trading day of the year was marked by red arrows, with the markets down sharply after weak Chinese data stoked investor fears. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Shares in commodity trading firms take another tumble, driving global stocks to their lowest in more than two years, as pressure built on raw materials prices and emerging markets.
U.S. stocks make a strong advance at the start of trade as investors pick up shares beaten-down after previous session’s steep decline on global economic fears.
China stocks plunge more than 8 percent, their biggest one-day drop in more than eight years, as a government-triggered rebound peters out amid profit-taking, concerns over economic health and fears of an end to Beijing’s inclination toward looser monetary policies.
(REUTERS) – Tech stocks drove the Nasdaq to a record high, The S&P 500 also moving hgher. A broad-based decline led by energy stocks dragged the Dow lower.