|Bid||123.18 x 100|
|Ask||123.30 x 100|
|Day's range||122.49 - 123.42|
|52-week range||76.52 - 124.51|
|PE ratio (TTM)||39.90|
|Dividend & yield||1.52 (1.24%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
A year before Equifax disclosed a breach that compromised the private information of 145.5 million consumers, MSCI warned of signs that the credit reporting firm was failing to protect its data.
CEO pay and company performance don’t match up over the long term, according to new research comparing 10 years of stock-market returns and the compensation chief executives received during that time.
NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 5 (Reuters) - Investor (LSE: 0NC5.L - news) optimism over U.S. tax reforms and the global economy spurred Wall Street and world stock markets to fresh highs on Thursday, while the dollar gained as data pointed to solid U.S. economic growth. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq stock indexes notched record-high closes for a fourth consecutive day, as did MSCI's gauge of equity markets in 47 countries, as rosy economic data and budding signs U.S. tax reform legislation will pass cheered investors.
NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 4 (Reuters) - A gauge of global stocks and Wall Street rallied to fresh highs on Wednesday on encouraging growth worldwide, while the dollar fell even as data revealed an accelerating U.S. service sector that could lead to higher interest rates in December. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all set new closing highs for the third consecutive session, while MSCI's index of stock performance in 47 countries also hit a new high.
Global stocks were little changed on Wednesday after recent record highs driven by encouraging growth worldwide, while the dollar fell even as data revealed an accelerating U.S. service sector that could ...
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Saudi Arabia will have to wait a little longer to earn its first emerging market tag after FTSE Russell refrained from classifying the country as such in its annual review last week, according to Bassel ...
Kuwait’s graduation to emerging-markets classification by index compiler FTSE Russell could prompt inflows of as much as $700 million from investors, according to the money manager run by the nation’s ...
Stocks on Wall Street and a gauge of global equity markets set new closing highs on Tuesday after the feared impact of Hurricane Irma waned and the easing of tensions with North Korea boosted risk appetite ...
Gains for Europe and Asia pushed world shares back towards record highs on Friday, while the dollar crept up ahead of the monthly excitement of U.S. payrolls data. Euro zone stocks had been at risk of their second red week in a row but a 0.5 percent early rise looked to have dug them out of trouble, following gains in Asia and on Wall Street overnight. Near 6 percent jumps in French media firm Vivendi (Swiss: VIV.SW - news) and Swedish car and truck maker Volvo lifted spirits, as did a rise in euro zone manufacturing data that showed the fastest rise in export orders since February 2011.
A gauge of global equity markets edged lower on Thursday amid investor worries over U.S. government funding, but the U.S. dollar rebounded after recent weakness as central bankers convened for an annual ...
Stocks around the world fell sharply on Thursday and investors moved into the yen, gold and other safe-haven assets amid more aggressive talk between the United States and North Korea. The Japanese yen hit an eight-week high against the U.S. dollar, and U.S.-traded Nikkei stock futures dropped 2 percent to their lowest since mid May. Spot gold reached a two-month high. What we're seeing today is political tensions over North Korea and the United States ... making people nervous," said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Boston Private Wealth in New York.
World stocks fell for a third day on Thursday and investors moved back into the Swiss franc, yen and gold as North Korea ratcheted up tensions with the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) States with a threat to land a missile just short of the U.S. territory of Guam. Markets had seen a tentative recovery in risk appetite in U.S. and early Asian trading, but as the war of words resumed Asian stocks dropped back and London, Frankfurt and Paris all lost 0.5-1.2 percent.
Oil prices fell and have been pressured after last week climbing to their highest since May, as OPEC exports hit a record peak last month and output rose to a 2017 high. Strong economic data globally and healthy corporate earnings in the United States have supported equities, with the Dow industrials closing Monday at a ninth consecutive record high.
Reassuring Chinese data and a weak dollar kept emerging market stocks near three-year highs on Tuesday, though Venezuelan bonds slid to their lowest in over a year as rising political tensions and sanctions by the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) States fanned default fears. MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's emerging equity benchmark extended its near 25 percent rise this year, as Chinese blue chip stocks hit a 19-month high and stronger oil prices gave Russian shares their biggest gain in two weeks.
Upbeat data helped send world shares to a fourth all-time high in less than a month on Thursday as Wall Street edged higher in anticipation of solid earnings, while crude oil gained on evidence of stronger ...
Emerging markets shares hit 26-month highs on Wednesday and the rand, lira and rouble clawed back some of their recent heavy losses, after more Russia-linked controversy for Donald Trump had weakened the ...
Japanese stocks edged towards two-year highs on Tuesday as exporters benefited from dollar strength, with investors expecting comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to support the Fed's projection for one more interest rate rise this year. Yellen is scheduled to take part in a discussion on global economic issues at the British Academy in London and a number of other top Fed officials are also due to speak later in the global day.
Emerging equities fell for a second day on Wednesday, dragged down by weak oil prices and losses in Asian bourses that could see investment outflows as a result of MSCI's decision to include China in a ...
Firms listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen will be included for the first time in the leading index of emerging market shares by MSCI
Chinese shares will be included for the first time in a leading US-based index of emerging market shares, New York-based MSCI has announced
World stock markets fell on Tuesday as a drop in oil prices weighed on the energy sector, while hawkish comments from several U.S. Federal Reserve officials pushed the U.S. dollar to a one-month high. After the market close, index provider MSCI said it will add mainland Chinese 'A' stocks to its widely followed Emerging Markets Index in a landmark decision for the global investment landscape.