From Fred Imbert & Eustance Huang: Stocks rose in a volatile session on Wednesday as investors tried to regain some of the steep losses suffered in the previous session.
From Michael Sheetz and John Melloy: Trump resumed his attack on the Fed on Monday, tweeting that the central bank is “the only problem” with the U.S. economy.
From Thomas Franck: Stocks erased early gains Friday, falling into negative territory as a week-long equity exodus put the major indexes on track for one of their worst weeks of the year.
From Thomas Franck: U.S. stocks swooned for a second day Thursday after the Federal Reserveraised benchmark interest rates and said that it would continue to let its massive balance sheet shrink at the current pace. Fears of a government shutdown also weighed on stocks.
From Thomas Franck: U.S. stocks posted sharp gains Wednesday as investors bet the Federal Reserve later today will signal a slower pace of rate hikes are ahead in the new year.
From Dan Caplinger, The Motley Fool: outinely seeing triple-digit daily moves in both directions. Investors have concerns in multiple areas, including trade tensions between the U.S. and key trading partners like China and general worries that the nearly 10-year-old bull market might well have run its course.
From Thomas Franck: Stocks traded lower Monday after all three major U.S. indexes closed in correction territory for the first time since March 2016 in the prior trading session.
From Fed Imbert: Stocks fell sharply on Friday after weaker-than-expected data in China and Europe exacerbated concerns of a global economic slowdown.
From Fred Imbert & Sam Meredith: Stocks traded higher on Wednesday as investors digested news related to the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.
From Fred Imbert: The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned negative around midday Eastern Time on Tuesday, erasing a sharp gain from earlier in the session as volatility continues to grip Wall Street.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks traded sharply lower on Monday in a volatile session as banks and Apple led the decline. Traders pointed to a number of reasons for the selling, including an adverse ruling in a Chinese court against Apple, a flattening yield curve and a delayed Brexit vote in the United Kingdom.
From Fred Imbert & Silvia Amaro: Stocks dropped sharply on Friday, concluding what has been a wild week for Wall Street. A weaker-than-expected jobs report and China-U.S. trade tensions sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower by 400 points.
From ETF Channel: In trading on Thursday, shares of the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $251.13, changing hands as low as $245.50 per share. SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average shares are currently trading off about 1.8% on the day. The chart below shows the one year performance […]
From Christine Wang, Fred Imbert, & Eustance Huang: Stocks fell sharply on Thursday as continuing fears over U.S.-China trade relations and concern over a possible global economic slowdown kept investors on edge.
Market technician Dave Chojnacki of StreetOne Technical Analysis