Equity News Results

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Finish Lackluster Week With a Down Day. U.S. stocks fell and bond yields rose as new data on consumer sentiment was slightly below expectations, raising fresh questions about the pace of economic growth and the inflation outlook. Consumer Sentiment Stalled in Early September.

  • US STOCKS-Wall Street closes rollercoaster week sharply lower

    * Nasdaq leads losses as technology majors sink. * S&P 500 ends below 50-day moving average. * Triple options expiry causes late session volume spike. * Indexes post weekly losses. * Indexes down: Dow 0.48%, S&P 0.91%, Nasdaq 0.91% By Stephen Culp.

  • US STOCKS-Wall Street ends rollercoaster week sharply lower

    By Stephen Culp. U.S. stocks closed sharply lower in a broad sell-off on Friday, ending a week buffeted by strong economic data, corporate tax hike worries, the Delta COVID variant, and possible shifts in the U.S. Federal Reserve's timeline for tapering asset purchases.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares fall on fears over China, U.S. taxes, central bank policy

    * Updates with Europe's close, final prices for oil, adds fresh commentary. * U.S. 10-year treasury yield touches 2-month high. * Wall Street slides, ending seesaw week in a risk-off mood. * European shares fall for third week in a row, miners worst hit. * Dollar hits three-week high, boosted by data, Fed taper view. * Oil falls as storm-hit U.S. supply trickles back into market.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Point to Lackluster Finish for Week; Oil Retreats. U.S. stocks crept lower as fresh data on consumer sentiment landed slightly below expectations, while oil prices pulled back after five days of gains. Consumer Sentiment Stalled in Early September.

  • Growth? Value? Some investors opt for a bit of both

    Some investors are playing this year's tug of war between so-called growth and value stocks by owning companies that straddle the line between the two categories, as uncertainties mount over the U.S. economy's trajectory in the months ahead.

  • Growth? Value? Some investors opt for a bit of both

    Some investors are playing this year's tug of war between so-called growth and value stocks by owning companies that straddle the line between the two categories, as uncertainties mount over the U.S. economy's trajectory in the months ahead.

  • Wall St Week Ahead-Growth? Value? Some investors opt for a bit of both

    Some investors are playing this year's tug of war between so-called growth and value stocks by owning companies that straddle the line between the two categories, as uncertainties mount over the U.S. economy's trajectory in the months ahead.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Point to Lackluster Finish for Week; Oil Retreats. U.S. stocks crept down in early trading as fresh data on consumer sentiment landed slightly below expectations, while oil prices pulled back after five days of gains. Consumer Sentiment Stalled in Early September.

  • GRAINS-Wheat, corn, soy consolidate after earlier gains

    * Wheat off one-week high after global harvest worries. * Corn and soybeans ease after two-week tops. * Market awaits U.S. corn crop, eyes Chinese soy demand. By Christopher Walljasper. Chicago soybeans, corn and wheat eased on Friday as the markets consolidated after earlier gains, pressured by a progressing American harvest and limited exports at hurricane-damaged U.S. Gulf export terminals.

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