US futures drop; European shares waver ahead of Fed minutes release, key G20 summit US stocks jump the most in 8 months after dovish Fed spurs speculation on easing rate tightening NASDAQ outperforms peers but executes Death Cross Treasury yields slide, USD gains ground Key Events Futures on the , and ...
s ranking as the No. 1 commodity of 2018 looks sealed. But each new week of the cold season is raising the bar for the level of heating demand the market has to meet. Each shortcoming could punish gas prices in the new year, especially if production of...
Stocks that provide safety and consistent income have been out of favor for many years. As an unprecedented bull run continued, many investors put all their eggs in the growth basket. But now that many high-flying technology stocks , the importance of slow-moving income stocks is gaining attention. That...
Facebook (NASDAQ:) can't seem to catch a break. Last week, the once vaunted social media giant experienced yet another blow to both its efficacy and reputation as a critical ad platform. On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, high season for holiday sale advertising and just ahead of both Black Friday...
Stocks rally after White House's Kudlow says trade deal is possible Trade hopes drive market despite anomaly of Materials and Industrials underperformance US Treasury yields flirt with a top reversal, a bearish signal for equities climbs back above $4,000 Key Events European shares and futures on the , and flashed...
It was supposed to be the year of commodity bulls, with the World Bank to Goldman Sachs predicting runaway demand in nearly everything from oil to metals and grains. Instead, it’s turning out to be the year when commodity bears pulled off the biggest upset in oil and...
General Motors (NYSE:) is betting big on electric and driverless cars for its future growth. To prepare for that imminent shift in consumer preferences, the company announced on November 26 that it plans to cut more than 14,000 jobs and close seven factories worldwide by the end of...
L Brands (NYSE:), the company that owns such high-profile global brands as Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works led yesterday's retail stock advance, gaining 6.74% after consumers descended on stores during Black Friday. This bullish move pushes back on bears who punished the stock after the company...
Sterling returns to bottom of pattern on Brexit headwinds Chinese investors ignore Trump’s latest tariff threats Volatility remains at recent highs but shows signs of subsiding FAANGs, retailers, CVS all rally Key Events Monday's global stock rally fizzled out during the European session this morning, with the and futures on the ,...
Just ahead of his summit with China’s leader Xi Jinping, US President Donald Trump says he’s against suspending the upcoming round of higher tariffs against Beijing. The remark could hardly be friendly to stock markets trying to rebound from one of their worst routs ever. But will bugs...