Markets

Stocks fell sharply on Friday after weaker-than-expected data in China and Europe exacerbated concerns of a global economic slowdown.

Stocks fell sharply on Friday after weaker-than-expected data in China and Europe exacerbated concerns of a global economic slowdown.

Stocks traded higher on Wednesday as investors digested news related to the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed lower on Tuesday after alternating between gains and losses throughout the session in the latest bout of market volatility.

Markets tumbled to end the week as fear gripped Wall Street. Bank of America’s Paul Ciana says this risk-off mood should continue and has three top ideas to take advantage.

There are two main culprits to blame for the increasing market volatility these days and they are not going away anytime soon.

Stocks fell sharply as continuing fears over U.S.-China trade relations and concern over a possible economic slowdown kept investors on edge.

The CME Group said it had to intervene with multiple 10-second pauses to prevent a steeper decline in the equity futures.

The longest bull market run in history is coming to an end in 2019, according to the pros who handle Wall Street’s big-money clientele.

Top J.P. Morgan Chase strategist Marko Kolanovic doubled down on his bullish market call Monday given “significant” progress in trade deliberations and Fed policy.

Wall Street may be exuberant Monday over the decision to pause the trade war between the U.S. and China, but economists across the marketplace aren’t convinced.

In its latest Global Strategy Outlook report, Morgan Stanley upgraded emerging market stocks to “overweight” for 2019, and downgraded U.S. equities to “underweight.”

Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

U.S. stock index futures pulled back ahead of Friday’s open as some of the most popular technology shares were under pressure once again.

Stocks opened higher on Wednesday as major technology shares rebounded from steep losses earlier this week.