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NEW YORK (AP) — Stock indexes finished mostly higher after a day of bouncing around Tuesday as retailers, energy companies and banks recovered some of their losses from the day before, but technology companies struggled as Facebook dropped again.
U.S. stocks ended higher on Tuesday, led by strong gains in the energy sector as the overall market attempted to reclaim some ground lost the previous day when tech shares fell sharply.
A rise in oil prices to three-week highs helped lift equity markets worldwide on Tuesday, while the U.S. dollar jumped ahead of a meeting of Federal Reserve policymakers, who are expected to go ahead with the first of at least three U.S. rate hikes this year. U.S. technology stocks lagged broader markets, continuing a sell-off sparked by reports of large-scale misuse of Facebook user data. Facebook Inc shares lost 2.5 percent, continuing a slide that took nearly 7 percent off their price on Monday.
TOKYO (AP) — Global shares were mixed Tuesday as indexes stabilized after jitters over Facebook and other technology companies led to losses on Wall Street. Investors are also awaiting the first Federal Reserve meeting under the new chairman, Jerome Powell, and anticipating the first rate increase of the year.
Asian stocks fell Tuesday, though paring earlier losses after tech shares fell sharply in the U.S. overnight due to concerns about whether Facebook Inc. did enough to stop improper access and handling ...
Investing.com – Asian stocks were lower in morning trade on Tuesday, with technology shares leading the drop amid reports of a Facebook data breach.
The U.S Dollar was on the move this morning as focus continues to shift to tomorrow’s FOMC, with FED Chair Powell having raised the prospects of penciling in 4 rate hikes for the year. For the Pound, this morning’ inflation figures will be key, while ECB members also talk of a shift in policy in interest rates.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares skidded Tuesday following an overnight decline on Wall Street after Facebook reported its worst loss in four years. Investors are awaiting the first Federal Reserve meeting under the new chairman, Jerome Powell, and anticipating the first rate increase of the year.
Asian shares fell on Tuesday after investors took profits in high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed improper access to user data. The retreat came as investors braced for new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's first policy meeting starting later in the day and amid concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump could impose additional protectionist trade measures.
U.S. stocks joined a broad decline in global equity markets on Monday as traders turned cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting this week and amid continuing concerns about the threat of a global trade war. At the same time, shares of Facebook Inc (FB.O) shed nearly 7 percent after reports that a political consultancy that worked on U.S. President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign gained inappropriate access to data on 50 million of the social network's users.