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U.S. stocks closed lower on Thursday as Wall Street digested earnings from some of the top financial companies.
The news for stock pickers just keeps getting better — in addition to the overall great year for the market, one of the biggest trends holding back performance has shown a sharp turnaround. Correlation, or the tendency of stocks to move up and down in lockstep, has hit a post-financial crisis low, according to DataTrek …
U.S. stocks rose to record highs after Wal-Mart announced a large buyback and Honeywell said it was splitting into two.
The company was valued at $4.2 billion in a 31.3 million share IPO.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed Tuesday as technology stocks recovered some of their losses.
Both BofAML and Fundstrat issued reports touting value stocks such as financials and a stronger U.S. dollar, a strategy known as the reflation trade.
U.S. equities rose on Tuesday as the Federal Reserve kicked off a two-day monetary policy meeting.
U.S. stocks opened sharply higher on Monday as the damage from Hurricane Irma didn’t appear to be as bad as feared.
U.S. stocks rose after two top Democratic leaders said Donald Trump would support a plan to raise the debt ceiling for three months.
The market kicks off September, typically an ugly month for stocks, with added geopolitical tension from North Korea. Buckle up!
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as the technology sector climbed higher.
U.S. stocks fell after Trump said he would let the government shut down without appropriations for a border wall.
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday on renewed hopes of U.S. tax reform.
Bob Pisani takes a look at how markets reacted to news of Bannon’s ouster.