There is at least one Wall Street strategist not on board with the “a president Joe Biden would crush the stock market” narrative that has permeated the virtual halls of investment banks in recent months. Some 99 days before...
While lawmakers go back to work on a second coronavirus relief package, Institutional Investor Hall of Famer Richard Bernstein is building strategies to cope with a more contentious market environment. Bernstein, who has spent decades on Wall Street, expects...
Shares of Tesla Inc. TSLA, +8.65% advanced 8.65% to $1,539.60 Monday, on what proved to be an all-around favorable trading session for the stock market, with the NASDAQ Composite Index COMP, +1.67% rising 1.67% to 10,536.27 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average...
Shares of T-Mobile US Inc. TMUS, +0.65% were halted early in the extended session Monday due to Nasdaq requiring additional information from the company. The reasons behind the request were not immediately clear. Shares of T-Mobile ended the...
Bryn Mawr’s Jeff Mills sees few options for investors looking for big second half gains. Due to the country’s coronavirus surge, he predicts economic setbacks will start to meaningfully impact some of the summer’s most profitable market groups.
Gold prices jumped to record highs on Monday as an intensifying U.S.-China row hammered the dollar and cemented expectations that central banks would continue pumping out stimulus to ease the economic pain from a worsening coronavirus pandemic. Spot gold...
Oil prices edged lower on Monday as rising coronavirus cases and tensions between the United States and China pushed investors toward safe-haven assets. Brent crude LCOc1 dipped 8 cents, or 0.2%, to $43.26 a barrel by 0403 GMT, while...
Stocks, bonds and commodities are heading for their strongest simultaneous four-month rise ever, an advance in the teeth of an economic slowdown that some investors find as worrying as it is remarkable. Through Thursday, the S&P 500 and S&P...
Stocks fell on Friday as Wall Street wrapped up a volatile week of trading, with tech shares struggling and U.S.-China tensions rising. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 182.44 points, or 0.6%, to 26,469.89. The S&P 500 fell 0.6%,...
<> on May 30, 2018 in New York City. U.S. stock futures traded slightly lower in early pre-market trade, after closing mixed in the previous session. Investors are awaiting earnings results from Halliburton Company HAL 0.34%, ManpowerGroup Inc. MAN 0.67% and International Business Machines Corporation IBM 1.15%.
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