With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, U.S. stocks are little changed Wednesday morning after they finished at all-time highs the day before.
Asian stocks rose Wednesday after Wall Street hit new highs ahead of the two-day U.S. break for the Thanksgiving holiday.
U.S. stocks are opening higher Tuesday as most industries, including technology and health care companies, start the day with solid gains.
Stocks hit fresh all-time highs Tuesday, as technology stocks led a rally on Wall Street.
Asian shares rose Tuesday after Wall Street regained lost ground overnight amid subdued trading ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
U.S. stocks are opening slightly higher as technology companies and retailers make gains.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino and SRAX CEO discuss the leading economic indicators and Bitcoin soaring to an all-time high.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with Verizon boosting the telecoms sector after the stock got an upgrade, while a deal in semiconductors lifted high-performing tech shares.
Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne discusses his outlook for bitcoin and holiday shopping.
Bitcoin soared to a record on Sunday, touching $8,100 briefly for the first time according to CoinDesk. While investors worry over the cryptocurrency being in a bubble, Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne explained why he’s optimistic, during an appearance on FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria.”
Asian shares are mixed in muted trading Monday ahead of the Thanksgiving holidays in the U.S., as gloom carried over from Friday's retreat on Wall Street.
Asian shares fell in muted trading Monday ahead of the Thanksgiving holidays in the U.S., as gloom carried over from Friday's retreat on Wall Street.
Wall Street ended the week on a sour note on Friday, with major indexes slipping modestly as investors weighed the fate of the Republicans’ tax overhaul plan.
U.S. stocks are dipping Friday morning, a day after the market made its biggest gain in two months.
Bitcoin has gone on a wild ride over the past week – trading near $8,000 all the way down to $5,000 and back again.
Asian shares were mostly higher Friday, extending global gains after Wall Street reported a round of healthy earnings and U.S. politicians took a step forward on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan.
Stocks rocketed higher Thursday, powered by Walmart's earnings and the passage of the GOP's tax bill in the House.
Asian shares rose Thursday, led by Japan, while oil prices were steady despite a second straight day of overnight losses on Wall Street.
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as energy sector shares dropped for a fourth straight session, tracking crude prices, while tech, the best performing sector this year, weighed the most on the S&P 500.
Shares fell in Asia on Wednesday, with Japan's Nikkei 225 index slumping 1.6 percent after a lackluster GDP report for July-September.