Wall Street fell on Thursday morning on mixed earnings and weak economic data, a day after the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged.
U.S. stocks swung between small gains and losses on Tuesday afternoon as mixed earnings reports kept investors on the edge ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting and Apple's results.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, with the Dow and the S&P 500 hitting fresh records, as Microsoft's strong results reinforced optimism about the health of quarterly earnings.
After finally eclipsing year-old record highs, the U.S. stock market will be tested again next week, when the onslaught of company earnings could help investors assess the impact of Britain's vote to exit the European Union.
Investors sought shelter in safe-haven assets late Friday after Turkey’s military attempted to seize control of the nation.
There is no knowing without believing, and believing is the way to knowing... It’s hard to believe, but the S&P 500 remains relatively flat week-to-date, month-to-date, quarter-to-date, year-to-date, and really has been on auto-pilot since the end of 2014!
W.L. Ross Company Chairman Wilbur Ross weighs in on the impact and uncertainty of a British exit from the EU.
Global stock markets climbed for a fourth day and government bond yields around the world hit their lowest levels in years on Friday, driven by the prospect of further cuts in interest rates and more central bank bond buying to support weak economies.
Whoa! Gold miners are minting money.
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In the wake of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union, Donald Trump slammed what he described as America’s shift toward globalization and laid out his seven-step plan for economic reassurance during a speech Tuesday.
Swiss America Trading Corp. Chairman Craig Smith weighs on how immigration drove the Brexit movement.
A rising dollar signals a strong America but it can be a headache for CFOs.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's hit Britain with a two-notch downgrade to its credit rating on Monday and warned it could cut it further after Britons voted to leave the European Union last week.
WSJ Editor-In-Chief Gerard Baker says the fastest Brexit implications will be felt in the U.S. economy.
The £2 million prize was worth $3,003,200 at 5 p.m. ET on June 23, just before the U.K. held its “Brexit” referendum.
A weekend to digest the implications over last Thursday’s decision by the U.K. to end its EU membership didn’t do much to quell worries in global markets on Monday.