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The Federal Reserve is set to announce another interest rate increase on Wednesday in what could be its first of four moves to tighten financial conditions this year.
It’s taken awhile, and the returns are barely visible — but for the first time this interest-rate cycle, savings rates appear to be creeping upward.
February’s historic surge in a prominent gauge of stock-market volatility may have ushered in an end to a protracted period of calm on Wall Street, but it also offers a worrisome sign about market structure ...
Sales of previously-owned homes jumped sharply in February, but inventory headwinds persist and high prices are keeping marginal buyers like first-timers locked out.
Technology shares (.SPLRCT) fell 0.3 percent as Facebook's data privacy travails persisted. Facebook was down 2 percent, adding to a 9 percent loss in the past two days in the wake of an uproar over the alleged misuse of users' data. The energy index (.SPNY) gained 1.15 percent, mirroring a jump in crude oil prices that neared their highest in six weeks after a surprise decline in U.S. inventories and as concern persisted over possible disruption to Middle East supply.
U.S. stock-market indexes are under pressure on Wednesday, with traders hesitant to make any big moves ahead of the end of the Federal Reserve meeting.
U.S. stock-indexes traded slightly weaker at the open on Wednesday, with traders hesitant to make any big moves ahead of the end of an important policy update from the Federal Reserve due at 2 p.m. Eastern ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average looks set for a lower open this morning ahead of today's Fed announcement. In today's Morning Movers, we... •...look ahead to the start of first-quarter earnings season; ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sitting pretty at the end of January. Here's the latest from Barron's reporters... 6:57 a.m. It's all about the Federal Reserve today, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the market isn't doing much this morning. S&P 500 futures have ticked up half a point, while Dow Jones Industrial Average futures have risen 5 points.
The possibility of GE being removed from the DJIA is not a risk worth worrying about
U.S. stocks fell slightly on Wednesday as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's latest decision on monetary policy as well as Jerome Powell's first news conference as chair.