Investors’ retreat from U.S. stocks turned into a stampede Friday, with major indexes suffering declines of more than 4% for the week that made it the worst December start since 2008. The Dow fell more than 550 points amid trade-related tensions.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 800 points and bond yields plummeted as investors’ doubts over the U.S.-China trade truce renewed anxieties about the pace of economic growth.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 550 points as investors scrutinized the merits of a trade truce struck between the U.S. and China.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared more than 400 points after a cease-fire in the trade spat between the U.S. and China helped renew investor optimism following a rocky stretch for risk assets.
Anxieties about trade war and a slowing world economy take their toll
STOCKMARKET BOOMS tend to narrow with age, as investors double down on the shares that have served them well. Throughout 2017 and into the early weeks of this year, a handful of favoured technology stocks, known as FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google, part of Alphabet), were the motor for a rapid rise in […]
REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Stocks erased gains for the year Tuesday, dragged lower by the biggest technology companies. FAANG stocks entered a bear market, marking the first in seven years for Google parent Alphabet. Follow the US indexes in real time here. Wall Street erased yearly gains Tuesday as high-flying technology companies plummeted into a bear market, adding […]
U.S. stocks bounced back Thursday as technology shares staged a rebound, helping the S&P 500 snap a five-session losing streak.
Article was originally published at MintDice. The movement between traditional stock markets and the cryptocurrency markets is similar in many ways. This has been observed upon analysis of the gains and losses recorded by both in 2017 through 2018. However, if they actually do share a common ground, it may be based solely on sentiment. Assets like bitcoin stocks […]
U.S. stocks fell as crude prices continued to lose ground a day after the U.S. oil benchmark entered a bear market. The Dow declined more than 100 points, while nine of the 11 S&P 500 sectors also fell, led by energy and technology.