Financial markets
Stocks closed lower as Wall Street waited for a highly anticipated report on inflation that’s arriving the following day.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Wednesday: Toast, Array Technologies rise; Upstart Holdings, Roblox fall.
Stocks closed lower on Wall Street as worries about the banking system and the global economy inject more caution into financial markets worldwide.
Stocks closed higher as Wall Street regained momentum after its big rally for the year took a pause last week.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Monday: Sovos Brands, Elanco Animal Health rise; Tyson Foods, Gogo fall.
Stocks closed lower following mixed reports about the U.S. job market and profits at two of Wall Street’s most influential stocks.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Friday: Amazon, Booking Holdings rise; Apple, Monster Beverage fall
Stocks fell to close out a rare losing week for Wall Street following mixed reports on the U.S. job market and two of the market’s most influential stocks.
Stocks drifted to a lower close as Wall Street’s red-hot rally this year cooled a bit more. The S&P 500 slipped 0.3% Thursday, its third straight loss.
Big technology companies provided the energy for most of broader market’s sharp ascent in 2023 and their latest financial reports so far justify that confidence from investors.
Asian stocks markets are mixed after Wall Street sank for a third day following an interest rate hike in Britain. Shanghai and Hong Kong advanced. Tokyo retreated.
Late Tuesday, Fitch Ratings became the second of the three major credit-rating firms to remove its coveted triple-A assessment of the United States government’s credit worthiness.
DoorDash set records for total orders and revenue in the second quarter as its grocery and convenience deliveries accelerated and it improved driver efficiency.
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Wall Street tumbled to its worst day in months as its torrid rally that critics called overdone lost more momentum.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Wednesday: Electronic Arts, Generac fall; Humana, CVS Health rise.
Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street lower after Fitch Ratings cut the United States government’s credit rating. Tokyo’s market benchmark fell almost 1.5%.
Starbucks reported record revenue in its fiscal third quarter as sales in China roared back to life.
Most stocks are closing lower following a mixed set of earnings reports from U.S. companies, as Wall Street took a step back from its big rally this year.
Crumbling COVID-19 vaccine and treatment sales chopped Pfizer’s second-quarter earnings, but both the drugmaker and Wall Street expect a rebound in the back half of 2023.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Tuesday: Caterpillar, Oshkosh rise; JetBlue Airways, Rockwell Automation fall.
Asian shares have fallen after Wall Street took a step back from its big rally as markets tried to digest a slew of earnings.
Wall Street is closing out its latest winning month with another lift. The S&P 500 rose 0.1% Monday to cap its fifth straight month of gains.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Monday: New Relic, Nikola rise; Tempur Sealy falls.
Asian shares are mostly rising in morning trading, boosted by market optimism set off by a Wall Street rally despite lingering worries about regional growth.
Wall Street got back to climbing following more encouraging profit reports and the latest signal that inflation is loosening its chokehold on the economy.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Friday: Newell Brands, Intel rise; Ford, Sweetgreen fall
Wall Street got back to climbing following more encouraging profit reports and the latest signal that inflation is loosening its chokehold on the economy.
Wall Street closed lower, its big rally losing momentum despite fatter-than-expected profit reports from big companies and the latest signals of a resilient economy.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Thursday: Meta Platforms, Comcast rise; Bristol-Myers, Sunnova fall.