Professional investors have suddenly turned optimistic about U.S. stocks again, with bullish sentiment fed by an especially buoyant earnings season that is offsetting other concerns. Domestic equities are holding the biggest portfolio weight since January 2015, according to the August Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Managers Survey, a look at where 243 pros who …

Goldman Sachs predicts the markets will not move much into year-end, but some of the firm’s clients are saying the S&P 500 could rally sharply higher. The firm said the second-quarter corporate earnings season was “stellar,” with 25 percent year-over-year earnings per share growth and a sales increase of 12 percent. “The best earnings season …

Stocks fell on Friday as geopolitical concerns pushed the Turkish lira to a record low against the dollar.

Investors were excited about Apple hitting a $1 trillion market value, but it’s unlikely to result in the one thing the trading community really wants: higher volumes.

President Donald Trump believes the stock market rally since his election win gives him the cushion to address the trade conflict with China and other countries.

Stocks fell on Thursday amid criticism of the Federal Reserve by President Donald Trump. A decline in bank shares also pushed the broader market down.

Stocks rose on Tuesday, erasing earlier losses, led by strong gains in Johnson & Johnson after the company released its latest quarterly results.

The market will likely hold up after Netflix’s disappointing second-quarter results.

The major stock indexes opened along the flatline on Friday after some of the largest U.S. banks reported mixed quarterly results.

The major stock indexes rebounded Thursday as a rally in some of Wall Street’s largest technology names carried the Nasdaq Composite to an all-time high at the start of the corporate earnings season.

Emerging markets had a tough first half of the year. The latter part of 2018 could bring more pain ahead as trade tensions between the world’s largest economies increase and interest rates rise.

Stocks opened lower on Wednesday as a trade war between the U.S. and other major economies intensified, with the Trump administration unveiling new tariffs on Chinese goods.

Mike Santoli looks at whether the trade war and upcoming earnings reports can give markets another jolt of power.

Stocks opened higher on Monday as tech financials shares rose while concerns over a trade war between the U.S. and key partners dissipated for the moment.

U.S. stock index futures fell on Friday as a trade war between the United States and China kicked off.