U.S. equity markets clawed back moderate losses in midday trade Monday after investors struck a decidedly negative tone at the opening bell that forced the Dow Jones Industrial Average down nearly 200 points.
U.S. stocks whipped between sharp gains and losses Friday as the future of President Donald Trump’s American Health Care Act remained murky after House Speaker Paul Ryan, in a last-minute move, scrapped a planned vote on the bill at the president’s request.
Wall Street declined on Thursday after lawmakers delayed a vote on a healthcare bill seen as President Donald Trump's first policy test.
The dollar held under $1.08 per euro for a second day on Thursday ahead of a vote on Republican healthcare plans seen as a litmus test of President Donald Trump's ability to legislate in Congress and deliver on tax and spending promises.
Wall Street ended mixed after a choppy session on Wednesday as investors focused on President Donald Trump's struggle to push through a healthcare bill and snapped up stocks after a steep drop the day before.
U.S. stocks reversed course Tuesday morning as investors worried about how uncertainty over the passage of the GOP health care overhaul would impact other fiscal policy priorities.
The dollar dipped for the fourth day running against the basket of currencies used to measure its broader strength on Monday, as reaction to a G20 summit dominated by the Trump administration's protectionist bent extended last week's sales.
Travel and tourism's contribution to the U.S. economy will grow at a slower pace this year than in 2016 due to a strong U.S. dollar and a perception that the country is less welcoming to foreigners, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) said.
The S&P 500 fell on Monday as investors worried that President Donald Trump's plan to cut taxes and boost the economy could take longer than previously expected.
The dollar fell to a five-week low on Friday, remaining under pressure for a third straight session after the Federal Reserve quashed hopes for a further bull run in the currency by keeping a gradual pace to its monetary tightening policy.
U.S. stocks dipped on Friday as bank shares fell alongside Treasury yields while Adobe helped buoy the S&P tech sector and the Nasdaq Composite.
U.S. stocks slipped on Thursday pressured by healthcare shares as traders cashed in gains from one of the best performing sectors so far this year.
U.S. stocks were near session highs in afternoon trading on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the second time in three months, as expected.
China's top economic official says Beijing has no plans to devalue its yuan to boost exports and will keep its exchange rate "generally stable." Premier Li Keqiang's comments at a news conference Wednesday follow heavy spending by the central bank in currency markets to shore up the yuan's exchange rate against the dollar.
U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday as oil prices dropped to their lowest since November and airlines pulled industrial stocks down as a blizzard hit the U.S. Northeast.
U.S. stocks ended little changed in light volume on Monday, with traders eyeing a Federal Reserve meeting expected to result in an interest rate increase later this week.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday denied a request to list what would have been the first U.S. exchange-traded fund built to track bitcoin, the digital currency.
The U.S. travel sector is bracing for a year in which a strong dollar and uncertainty over President Donald Trump's travel ban could deter visitors, industry representatives said at the world's biggest tourism trade fair in Berlin.
U.S. stocks rose on Friday after a solid jobs report pointed to strength in the domestic economy and supported expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next week.
A late rebound in energy shares helped U.S. stocks end a choppy session a tad higher on Thursday ahead of the U.S. monthly jobs report.