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Nearly half of millionaire investors are considering selling some of their stock holdings, according to a new survey.
The Republican convention kicked off with its first big market surprise – Donald Trump wants to break up the big banks.
If the S&P fails to make a weekly closing high on Friday, bulls may start to fear that a repeat of 2015 is in store.
Dow futures opened lower on Friday after an apparent attempted coup in Turkey.
They say that good things come to those who wait — and that couldn’t be truer for the bulls on Wall Street, according to one technical analyst.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday as fears eased over Brexit and Japan signaled more economic stimulus.
U.S. equities traded higher on Monday as investors cheered an election in Japan and tried to extend a jobs-report rally.
U.S. stocks closed 1 percent higher Friday, more than recovering their post-Brexit losses, after a surprisingly large beat on the June jobs report headline figure.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Thursday as sharp declines in oil prices weighed. Investors are also looking ahead to the highly-anticipated jobs report.
The question of just how low U.S. Treasury bonds could go was once met with the expectation of “zero,” but now it’s not even clear they would stop there.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher Friday, the first day of the quarter, in a fourth day of gains after the post-Brexit sell-off.
Some market participants see potential upside in the second half despite many reasons to doubt the staying power of this weeks’ gains.
U.S. stocks closed higher, helped by gains in oil prices, as global markets recovered for a second day from their post-Brexit plunge.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, lifted by gains in oil prices, as investors looked for bargains after the Brexit sell-off.
U.S. stocks plunged more than 3 percent Friday in a global risk-off trade after Britain surprised markets by voting to leave the European Union.