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U.S. equities closed flat to higher while investors awaited President Donald Trump’s speech to Congress next week.
Wall Street may look no further than its own paychecks for an explanation why the Fed is not likely to raise rates in March.
U.S. equities posted new record highs as investors digested testimony from the top Federal Reserve official.
Different market sectors are marching to their own tune to an extent that they haven’t since the financial crisis. Here’s why that matters.
Stocks climbed to new record highs a day after Donald Trump promised to release a tax plan in the near future.
U.S. equities traded higher on Thursday as energy led advancers, but political uncertainty remained on investors’ minds.
Market valuation can be measured in many ways, but one model yields a troubling conclusion.
As the Dow has marched to 20,000, investors appear to have become more and more excited about the mega-cap index.
U.S. equities rose on Wednesday after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street.
Fourth quarter earnings have generally been above expectations. But 2016 wasn’t exactly a banner year for earnings.
Stocks fell on Thursday after President-elect Donald Trump disappointed investors during his first news conference since July.
Stocks have soared following the election of Donald Trump, but the real rally may just be getting started, according to Boris Schlossberg.
Stocks rose on Tuesday, the first trading day of 2017, but came off their session highs as oil prices gave back some of their initial gains.
The Santa rally has run out of steam, and it now appears investors will probably have to wait until the new year to see Dow 20,000.
U.S. stocks ended slightly higher Tuesday, kicking off the last trading week of the year on a positive note.