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Under Armour Inc. pulled its ads from Alphabet Inc.-owned YouTube after the apparel company's ads appeared on a white nationalist channel, according to a CNN report late Thursday. Under Armour is one of several brands such as Netflix Inc. , Facebook Inc. , amd Amazon.com Inc. that CNN reported appeared on channels that promote extremist content. Alphabet's YouTube unit recently announced a series of changes aimed at curbing the problem, including restricting which channels are able to run ads and thus make money.
NEW YORK: Wall Street's three major indexes closed lower on Thursday, with tobacco stocks leading a tumble in consumer staples while concerns about smartphone demand hurt the technology sector. Cigarette ...
Stocks closed broadly lower Thursday, snapping a three-day winning streak. Losses in technology companies and consumer products makers and health care stocks accounted for much of the decline. Banks bucked ...
According to the AAII Sentiment Survey, 37.8% of investors describe themselves as bullish, meaning they expect prices will be higher six months in the future. The reading represents an eight-week high, and growth of 11.7 percentage points from the previous week, although it is below the long-term average of 38.5%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) is up 0.7% over the past week, while the S&P 500 (^GSPC) is up 1.1% and the Nasdaq Composite Index (^IXIC) is up 1.4%.
American Express (AXP) topped all other S&P 500 components on Thursday, helped by its upbeat first-quarter earnings. AmEx gained $7.22, or 7.6%, to $102.37. The S&P 500 fell 15.51 points, or 0.57%, to 2693.13.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with major indexes declining broadly as the latest round of earnings failed to extend a recent rally. However, stocks closed off their lows of the session. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
Want to know why the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major indexes are doing what they're doing? 3:45 p.m. We're used to the market selling off during the last hour of the day, so imagine out surprise when we looked over at our chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and saw instead a sudden spike. According to Bloomberg, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Donald Trump that Special Counsel Robert Mueller isn't targeting him when the two met last week.
Long-dated Treasury yields early Thursday trade at the highest level in nearly a month, but shorter maturities saw a slight pullback in rates, as inflation expectations rose
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When will the U.S. stock market return to record levels? If history is any guide, it could be sooner than you think.
Expectations for solid global growth lifted both stocks and commodities, but the relationship is breaking down as geopolitical risks move into the spotlight, one economist says.
American Girl, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mattel Inc. , said Thursday that it is closing its Wilmot, Wis. call center and distribution facility, impacting 135 jobs. The distribution center will close June 29, 2018 and the call center is slated for closure during the first quarter of 2019. American Girl will hire workers at these facilities to handle the additional duties.
Gold futures ended lower Thursday, retreating from the one-week high notched a day earlier as the U.S. dollar found its footing. “Gold is quiet again…and remains stuck in a range between $1,300 and $1,365,” said Colin Cieszynski, chief market strategist at SIA Wealth Management Inc. “Traders appear to be taking comments out of the White House related to meetings with North Korea as positive and easing political risks.” That dulls haven demand for gold. Last month, gold prices gained 0.7%, while silver prices fell by roughly 0.9%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped more than 100 points today, while the S&P 500 looks set to break its three-day winning streak. Is there a meltdown in the soybeans market that everybody missed? “Farmers’ Anger at Trump Tariffs Puts G.O.P. at Risk in Midterms,” the New York Times declares on the front page, warning of rising fury among Midwestern farmers about the president’s tariff spat with China.
U.S. stocks fell broadly on Thursday, with both the Dow and the S&P 500 dropping back below a closely watched technical level. The Dow fell 0.7%, a decline that pushed it below its 50-day moving average, a closely watched gauge of an asset price's short-term momentum trends. Both the Dow and the S&P had closed above this level for two straight sessions.
In the previous part of this series, we saw that Morgan Stanley (MS) believes the bull market might end soon and the earnings growth of the S&P 500 Index (SPY) is gradually reaching its peak. Tax reform played an important role in market movement. Although many market participants expect a higher infrastructure spending bill and defense spending to boost the equity markets, Morgan Stanley believes the boost could be short-term.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday was trading near the lows of the session as a steady rise in the rates of long-dated Treasurys weighed on buying appetite for stocks. The 10-year Treasury note ...
It’s JPMorgan Chase & Co. versus a Cantor Fitzgerald strategist who called this month’s S&P 500 bounce in the battle to predict what’s next for U.S. stocks.
The US has imposed tariffs on several products this year. In January, President Trump slapped tariffs on washing machines and solar panel imports. In another major move, we saw tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum imports.