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The bears woke up Friday and pushed the major indexes below their 50-day lines. Yet the Nasdaq still looks ready to march higher for a second week in a row.
Apple fell 3.8 percent and was the biggest drag on the major indexes after Morgan Stanley estimated weak demand for its latest iPhones, adding to fears raised by Taiwan Semiconductor of softer smartphone sales. Microsoft, Intel and Cisco were the other big decliners, leading to a 1.6 percent drop on the S&P technology index, its third straight day of decline. "There's the Apple news and there maybe some nervousness coming into the upcoming earnings reports," said Daniel Morgan, senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust Co in Atlanta.
Now that President Trump has turned down the heat on a China trade war, investor concern about rising inflation and a hawkish Federal Reserve may be taking center stage.
U.S. stocks fell on Friday, as Apple led a decline in technology stocks on concerns about weak iPhone demand and investors worried about the impact of a rise in U.S. bond yields. Apple fell 3.8 percent ...
U.S. stocks veered broadly lower in afternoon trading Friday, extending the market's modest losses from a day earlier. Technology stocks accounted for a big slice of the slide. Consumer goods companies also posted hefty losses. Energy companies slumped along with the price of crude oil. Banks eked out small gains, rising along with bond yields.
WSJ City is the app that delivers concise, smart news on business and finance for mobile. As oil prices have soared, hedge funds and other big investors have amassed a record number of bullish bets on crude, putting the market at risk of a swift fall if the outlook sours, analysts say.
U.S. stocks edge lower on Friday, as the latest batch of corporate earnings were unable to fully offset comments from President Donald Trump about crude-oil prices that sent the commodity lower and pressured ...
U.S. stocks fell on Friday, with the S&P 500 returning to negative territory for the year as losses accelerated in midday trading. The Nasdaq Composite Index fell 1.1% on Friday, but remains up 3.7% for the year.
World stocks dipped on Friday amid weakness in the energy sector and as worries about a global slowdown in smartphone demand dented the technology sector, while oil prices fell after U.S. President Donald ...
Want to know why the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major indexes are doing what they're doing? The Dow Jones Industrial Average has slumped 197.94 points, or 0.8%, to 24,466.95, while the S&P 500 has slipped 0.8% to 2671.35, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.1%, to 7155.53. Today's weakness began with Apple (APPL), has dropped 3.3% to $167.14 on bearish analyst reports and rumors that China might ban its products.
BlackRock’s (BLK) Larry Fink also shared his views on the bull market in his recent interview with CNBC. He believes in staying invested in the equity market.
Central bankers are back in the spotlight as well, with the Bank of England’s Mark Carney reviving his “unreliable boyfriend” routine and whacking the pound. Federal Reserve Board Gov. Lael Brainard’s latest speech also ought to be grabbing everyone’s attention, says our call of the day, which comes from the Wolf Street financial blog’s Wolf Richter.
The percentage of investors optimistic about the U.S. stock market jumped in the latest week, as early readings from the first-quarter earnings season pointed to strength in corporate America, but a myriad ...
On Thursday, April 12, 2018, Larry Fink, the chair and CEO of BlackRock (BLK), shared his view on market movement and volatility in an interview with CNBC.
Nasdaq Stockholm decides to officially list 1 bond loan issued by Vasakronan with effect from 2018-04-23. Last day of trading is set to 2020-09-15. The instrument will be listed on STO Corporate Bonds. Please find instrument identifiers in the attached document.Nasdaq Stockholm AB, Issuer Surveillance, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 8 405 7050.
Stockholm, April 20, 2018— Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) announces that the trading in Infrea AB’s shares (short name: INFREA) will commence today on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm. Infrea belongs to the industrial sector and is the 24th company to be admitted to trading on Nasdaq’s Nordic markets* in 2018. Infrea was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
In relation to the technical issues that occurred on April 18, 2018, Nasdaq has decided to call for exceptional circumstances for all market makers in Nordic equity derivatives for the trading day of April 20, 2018.
Two black men whose arrest at a Starbucks in Philadelphia has triggered a furor over racial profiling say they are pushing for changes to make sure that what they went through doesn't happen to anyone else. DALLAS (AP) -- Southwest Airlines sought more time last year to inspect fan blades like the one that snapped off during one of its flights Tuesday in an engine failure that left a passenger dead. The airline opposed a recommendation by the engine manufacturer to require ultrasonic inspections of certain fan blades within 12 months.
Tobacco and tech stocks dragged down Wall Street on Thursday, while oil prices softened and other commodities walked back huge gains after a wild ride. A bump in long-dated U.S. Treasury yields steepened ...
Stocks closed broadly lower Thursday, snapping a three-day winning streak. Losses in technology companies and consumer products makers and health care stocks accounted for much of the decline. Banks bucked ...
United Capital CEO Joe Duran is sticking to his prediction of another correction for the S&P 500 before the end of the year
Wall Street's three major indexes closed lower on Thursday, with tobacco stocks leading a tumble in consumer staples while concerns about smartphone demand hurt the technology sector and rising bond yields ...
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with major indexes declining broadly as the latest round of earnings failed to extend a recent rally. However, stocks closed off their lows of the session. The Dow Jones Industrial ...