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Stocks were higher for a second straight day, but there’s another set of prices we should be paying attention to, according to Tony Greer.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq Composite were all well in the green deep into Monday’s trading session.
The Nasdaq Composite led stock indexes to the downside on Jobs Friday, as an expectations-beating report on the May employment situation has i
OPEC and allies agreed to move forward production increases scheduled for September, but global energy supply problems continue to undermine t
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Though West Texas Intermediate backed off its intraday high of $119.98, a fresh surge for crude oil has analysts invoking the old “the cure fo
“The next several weeks are going to be rather brutal for markets,” says Raoul, “and bonds are likely to be your only friend as the market beg
It was 126 years ago today, on May 26, 1896, that Charles Dow first published the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the Customer's Afternoon Let
Federal Reserve officials acknowledged an “uncertain” economic environment but forecast “solid” growth and continuing strength in the labor ma
Stocks sagged early, with social media stocks dragging the Nasdaq down more than 3% on bearish earnings guidance from Snap Inc., but rallied o
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has logged eight consecutive losing weeks, but it’s leading the U.S.
A surprise rate cut by the People’s Bank of China boosted equity futures early Friday, and stocks did open higher.
Do U.S. investors pay enough attention to what’s happening in overseas markets?