Wall Street snapped a three-day losing streak on Monday as financial stocks rose after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the case for an interest rate hike had strengthened.
Wall Street will fixate on a wave of U.S. economic data next week, crested by payrolls data on Friday that could sway expectations about the timing of future interest rate hikes and spark volatility in record-high stock prices.
Wall Street reversed course to trade lower on Friday afternoon after hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer raised the specter of a rate hike as soon as next month.
J.C. Parets, Eagle Bay Capital founder and president, discusses where to find the best deal in the stock market.
Phil Orlando, Federated Investors chief equity strategist, discusses why he's cautious on U.S. equities.
Wall Street was lower on Wednesday, led by declines in technology and defensive stocks as investors weighed up the possibility of a rate hike in the coming months.
Michael Binger, Gradient Investments senior portfolio manager, discusses his expectations for Jackson Hole, and whether the markets have notched their highs for the year.
U.S. stock rose on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq hitting a record intraday high, led by technology companies and as robust housing market data strengthened the case for a firming economy.
Wall Street was set to open higher for the first time in three days on Tuesday as investors await Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech this week for clues on the next interest rate hike.
Wall Street recovered earlier losses on Monday as gains in healthcare stocks offset a slide in the energy sector.
Recon Capital CIO Kevin Kelly and Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders discuss how gridlock in Washington, D.C. impacts the market.
Recon Capital CIO Kevin Kelly and Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders on the state of the markets.
Brian Wesbury, First Trust Advisors chief economist, discusses the market's complacent mood while major averages hover near record highs.
Over-reading or over-thinking what the market might be “saying” defiles the scenery, there is so much clamoring for investors’ attention and basing an investment thesis upon scraps of isolated information is foolhardy.
The Dow Jones and S&P 500 were lower on Friday afternoon, pulled down by energy stocks as oil prices dropped, while the Nasdaq was little changed as Applied Materials boost technology stocks.
U.S. stocks ended up slightly on Thursday as Brent oil's rise above $50 a barrel boosted energy shares and an upbeat outlook lifted Wal-Mart <WMT.N> to a 14-month high.
The U.S. District Attorney's luck may be changing thanks to a father - son duo who broke the law.
John Traynor, Peoples Wealth Management chief investment officer, discusses the three Es you should focus on when investing: Election, economy, and employment.
U.S. stocks were lower on Wednesday as investors held off from making big bets ahead of the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve's July policy meeting.
Mark Spellman, Alpine Funds portfolio manager, discusses the marks of good and bad stock picks in this environment and what has him worried amid market complacency.