Wall Street poised to end 2018 in the red after topsy-turvy year
The US stock market was on the brink of the worst year since the global financial crisis with a year-end collapse that also raised doubts about prospects for 2019. Ending in the red after Monday's final session of 2018, did not appear in the cards in the first weeks of the year, when Wall Street…
Asian markets fall in line with Wall Street as tech firms take a hit
Asian markets mostly fell Friday as investors struggled to maintain the previous day's positive momentum following losses on Wall Street, with technology firms tracking a sharp fall in Apple. While worries about the Syrian crisis and a potential China-US trade war keep dealers on edge, focus has for now moved to the corporate arena as…
Obama begins lucrative turn as Wall Street speaker
Barack Obama has begun cashing in on his time in the White House with paid Wall Street speeches less than a year after leaving office, a practice which drew stinging rebukes for Hillary Clinton during last year's presidential campaign.
Wall Street slumps on weak tech, energy shares
Weakness in energy equities and technology giants Apple and Facebook pushed US stocks lower Friday, cutting into the gains of the prior two sessions.
US stocks sink over 2% as Fed officials eye rate hike
Wall Street stocks suffered their sharpest losses Friday since the Brexit vote after Federal Reserve officials signaled the US central bank could hike interest rates as soon as this month.
Wall Street inches up as Fed may hold off on rates
United States stocks edged higher on Tuesday as economic data bolstered views the Federal Reserve may decide against raising interest rates in the near term.The S&P financial index.
US stocks flat after Bank of England stimulus
Wall Street stocks opened flat Thursday after the Bank of England enacted a more aggressive monetary stimulus package than analysts expected.
Better-than expected Apple earnings boost US stocks
Wall Street stocks edged up Wednesday helped by Apple's 7.5 percent gain after its earnings bested expectations, and Boeing's 2.5 percent jump despite its first loss in almost seven years.