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Stocks popped on Friday after the S&P 500 officially entered a bull market to end Thursday's trading session.
U.S. markets seem to be sending bearish signals as the S&P 500 enters into a bull market run. Yahoo Finance markets reporter Jared Blikre joins Yahoo Finance Live to analyze market conditions and its impact on the U.S. dollar.
The S&P 500 enters a bull market. Former President Donald Trump faces a second indictment tied to possession of classified documents. General Motors partners with Tesla to have access to its EV charging network. Yahoo Finance Live's Brad Smith breaks down several of this morning's developing stories.
The 2023 recession is still coming, economists say. It just might not happen until 2024.
The ageless Dow Jones Industrial Average has two phenomenal deals hiding in plain sight, as well as one company that's priced for perfection.
U.S. stock markets closed higher on Thursday following a weak labor market data.
FTSE finished lower in its third successive weekly decline in the red.
Regardless of mathematical definitions, investors shouldn't assume things are all-clear for a big move higher.
U.S. markets close the day higher, with the S&P 500 officially entering bull market territory. Shares of Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands ended the day lower after the companies were downgraded at Jefferies. Yahoo Finance Live takes a look at the market as the closing bell rings.
Stocks have now risen more than 20% since their October lows, marking a new bull market for the S&P 500.
Strategists are adjusting and raising their market price targets ahead of the Fed's June FOMC meeting. BMO Capital Markets Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski highlights the likelihood of the Fed's next rate hike and the resiliency of AI drivers across tech stocks.
Will the Fed continue to raise interest rates at their June meeting? Belpointe Chief Strategist David Nelson breaks down how the Fed's upcoming decision could impact markets while commenting on China's economic growth outlook.
Are small cap stocks the new pain trade or could they cash in on the tech rally stemming from the AI hype bubble? F.L.Putnam Chief Market Strategist Ellen Hazen joins Yahoo Finance Live to detail cautious outlooks on artificial intelligence stocks or investors and the consumer staples the firm is trimming from its portfolio.
Wall Street closed mixed on Wednesday after the broad-based rally of past one and half week halted.
Though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite have bounced more than 20% off of their intra-day lows in 2022, numerous internal indicators suggest Wall Street isn't as healthy as it appears.
The eurozone was hit by a combination of soaring inflation and rising interest rates, as household consumption declined, as well as Russia’s war on Ukraine which has pushed energy and food prices higher.
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US stocks wavered Wednesday after an unexpected interest rate hike from Canada, a surprise drop in Chinese exports and economic headwinds flagged by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) stoked fresh concerns about global growth.
Fundstrat head of research Tom Lee believes investors aren't bullish enough on a rally in the S&P 500 to continue throughout 2023.
Small-cap stocks are playing catch up with the megacap tech rally. Yahoo Finance markets reporter Jared Blikre breaks down the market movement.
These Dow Jones laggards logged double-digit declines in May. Are their fortunes turning, or is more misery on the way?
Some strategists are raising red flags about the market rally. But David Mazza, Roundhill Investments Chief Strategy Officer, says "we may be at the start at one of the greatest FOMO trades we have ever seen." Mazza warns that "could change in a heartbeat," but he makes the case that there is a lot of cash on the sidelines that could still come into the market.
Wall Street stocks followed Europe, mainly slipping into the red on news that US mortgage approvals for home purchases fell to their lowest level in nearly 30 years in May.
U.S. stock markets closed marginally higher on Tuesday after a choppy session.