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Dow Jones Today Sheds 75 Points on Russia Concerns, Plus BAC Fine, DSKY Debut
Dow Jones today, Aug. 7, 2014: U.S. stocks fell sharply in the final hour of trading Thursday despite declining jobless claims in the U.S. economy.
The ongoing standoff between the West and Russia continues to offset confidence in the U.S. economy. This morning, Moscow banned most food imports from Western nations in response to heightened economic sanctions.Here are the top stories today…
GOOGL, FOXA, PCLN, and CTRP Headline Stock Market News Today
Stock market news today, August 7, 2014: The U.S. stock market was sluggish yesterday (Wednesday), with benchmarks eking out modest gains.
Concerns about geopolitical pressures in Ukraine temporarily abated, but investors are taking notice of brewing economic problems in Europe. A slew of bad data suggests a choppy road ahead for the European Union, which has a combined GDP that is roughly $600 billion larger than the U.S. economy.Here are the top stories in stock market news today (Thursday)…
Today's Stock Market Crashers Include WAG, TWX, GRPN
Six downtrodden stocks made our "stock market crasher" list today (Wednesday).
They are Walgreen (NYSE: WAG), Time Warner (NYSE: TWX), T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS), Groupon (Nasdaq: GRPN), Rocket Fuel (Nasdaq: FUEL), and Cognizant Technology Solutions (Nasdaq: CTSH).
And what's behind their respective sell-offs can be divided into just two groups:Deals gone sour and earnings gone wrong...
U.S. Stock Market Flat Today on European Concerns; S, GRPN, TWX Among Biggest Losers
Stock market today, Aug. 6, 2014: U.S. markets were sluggish this afternoon, with benchmarks eking out modest gains. Concerns about geopolitical pressures in Ukraine temporarily abated, but investors are taking notice of brewing economic problems in Europe.
Gold prices were up nearly 2% on the day, surpassing the $1,300 threshold this afternoon.Now, here are the top stories from today…
Why Dow Jones Futures Are Falling This Morning
Stock market today, August 6, 2014: U.S. stock futures were in the red this morning as investors are concerned about renewed geopolitical tensions in Europe. Dow Jones futures were down 51 points, Nasdaq futures slumped 21 points, and S&P 500 futures were down 7 points.Here are the top news stories to watch that will affect the stock market today…
Stock Market Close: Dow Sheds 139 Points; PXD, XOM Lead Energy Sector Sell-Off
Stock market close, August 5, 2014: After ending in positive territory yesterday, U.S. markets crumbled again today on concerns of heightened geopolitical tension in Ukraine. The energy sector saw a broad sell-off during the afternoon.
The CBOE Volatility Index, which gauges investment fear, jumped roughly 11.5% on the day.Now, here are the top stories from today…
Dow Jones Today Moving on These Top Stories; TGT, GCI, and COH Are Premarket Movers
Dow Jones today, August 5, 2014: U.S. markets roared back on Monday, boosted by strong quarterly results from Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A). The company's B-shares (NYSE: BRK.B) were up 3.25% on the day.
The S&P 500 Index climbed yesterday after the market lost roughly 2.7% last week. The markets also reacted positively to news that the Portuguese government will offer nearly $6.6 billion (4.9 billion euros) in emergency lending to stave off the collapse of its largest financial institution, Banco Espirito Santo. The Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX), which gauges investment fear, slipped more than 12% on the day.Here’s what you should know to make your Tuesday profitable:
DJIA Today Up 75 Points After Last Week's Dive; GRPN, AMGN Among Gainers
Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) Today, August 4, 2014: U.S. markets roared back on Monday, boosted by strong quarterly results from Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A). The company's B-shares (NYSE: BRK.B) were up 3.25% on the day.
The S&P 500 Index climbed today after the market lost roughly 2.7% last week.Here are the top stories from today.
U.S. Stock Markets Look to Bounce Back Today After Last Week's Huge Losses
Stock market today, August 4, 2014: U.S. stock markets slumped again Friday despite positive news on the employment front. The U.S. economy added another 209,000 jobs in July, a sixth-consecutive monthly gain. However, the estimate fell short of economists' expectations, and the unemployment rate increased to 6.2% as more Americans search for work. The S&P 500 posted its largest weekly loss since April.
This week, two bellwether companies will report their earnings: American International Group Inc. (NYSE: AIG) and The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS).Here’s the news that will be moving the U.S. stock markets today:
Dow Jones Today Slips Another 32 Points, Plus FB's Outage, PG Earnings
Dow Jones today, August 1, 2014: U.S. markets slumped again Friday despite positive news on the employment front. The U.S. economy added another 209,000 jobs in July, a sixth-consecutive monthly gain. However, the estimate fell short of economists' expectations, and the unemployment rate increased to 6.2% on more Americans searching for work. The S&P 500 posted its largest weekly loss since April.Now, here are the top stories from today...
Stock Market Trends: S&P 500 Loses July's Gain in One Day
Stock market trends today, August 1, 2014: U.S. markets plummeted Thursday in a broad decline. The DJIA shed 317 points in a heavy sell-off. The S&P 500 fell below its 50-day moving average, erasing all of July's gains as concerns across global markets hammered stocks. The Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX) jumped more than 27% to an intraday high of 17.11, its highest level since April.
This morning (Friday), the dollar hit a 10-month high against other global currencies while stocks around the world slumped. However, the U.S. unemployment rate rose to 6.2% on news that the economy gained only 209,000 jobs - falling under economist estimates of 230,000 new jobs during July and an unemployment rate of 6.0%.Here’s a roundup of the top stories affecting stock market news today, including stories from TSLA, GoPro, Whole Foods, the latest in the bond defaults, and more…
Stock Market Close: Dow Jones Plunges 317 Points in Biggest Drop in 6 Months
Stock market close, July 31, 2014: U.S. markets plummeted Thursday in a broad decline, with the Dow Jones shedding 317 points in a broad sell-off.
Meanwhile, the S&P 500 fell below its 50-day moving average, erasing all of July's gains as concerns in global markets hammered stocks. The Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX) jumped more than 26% to an intraday high of 16.98, the highest level since April.Now, here are the top stories from today...
Dow Jones Futures Slip 108 Points Thursday Despite 4% Economic Growth
U.S. markets failed to rally on Thursday morning despite news earlier this week that the U.S. economy grew by 4% in the second quarter. Dow Jones futures slipped 108 points (-0.64%), S&P futures were down 13.25 points (-0.67%), and Nasdaq futures were down 29.50 points (-0.74%).
News that weekly jobless claims rose to 302,000 are placing a drag on U.S. stock futures. With concerns about the labor market on the rise from investors and the Federal Reserve, all eyes will be on the U.S. employment report, set for release Friday morning.Here’s a roundup of the top stories to watch in the stock market today...
Stock Market News Today: Another Fine for BAC; Dow Sheds 31 Points After Fed Meeting
Stock market news, July 30, 2014: U.S. markets failed to rally this morning despite news that the economy grew by 4% in the second quarter and ADP reported that private-sector employers added 218,000 jobs in July.
The markets remained mixed until the afternoon, awaiting announcement from the conclusion of the two-day FOMC meeting. The Dow Jones lost more than 40 points after the Fed said it would cut bond purchases again, but offered little insight into future rate hikes.Now, here are the top stock market news stories from today...
Dow Today Moving on FOMC Meeting, TWTR, and AMZN News
Dow today, July 30, 2014: U.S. markets were mixed Tuesday, with Europe and the United States expanding sanctions against Russian interests, and sales of new single-family homes dipping in May. Investors anxiously await the conclusion of the two-day Fed Open Market Committee meeting later this afternoon, as the central bank could provide some insight into plans on interest rates and updates on the conclusion of stimulus efforts.Here’s what you should know to make your Wednesday profitable: