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The U.S. economy is forging ahead while the rest of the global economy is trying to keep up, said Carlyle co-CEO Kewsong Lee.
Yahoo Finance convenes an all-star lineup with some of the best minds in business and beyond for this year's All Markets Summit: A World of Change.
Academic studies say investing based on certain stock attributes can beat the market, but real-life bugs like fees and taxes can get in the way.
A wave of buying sent U.S. stocks solidly higher on Wall Street Thursday, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average above the all-time high it closed at in January. The S&P 500, the benchmark for many index ...
On September 19, US crude oil November futures rose 1.7% and closed at $70.77 per barrel—the highest closing level for active US crude oil futures since July 13. In the last trading session, the S&P 500 Index (SPY) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (DIA) rose 0.1% and 0.6%, respectively.
The line-ups of three of the 11 groups that make up the benchmark S&P 500 index are being shuffled as of Monday. Twenty companies in the index including famous names like Facebook, Alphabet and Netflix will find a new home. It gets reinvented as communication services and grows from three to 19 companies, adding some key names from the technology and the consumer discretionary sectors.
Investing.com - Wall Street opened higher Thursday as technology stocks rebounded and a rise in bond yields helped financial stocks continue the previous session’s rally.
The Dow's first new high since January, just as the S&P 500 scored another record, is one of a number of positive signs that the bull market still has legs and could be setting up for a breakout, technical analysts say.
Verizon Communications Inc , AT&T Inc and CenturyLink Inc - will be included a newly-minted S&P 500 Communications Services Sector on Monday, along with high-flyers including Netflix Inc , Alphabet Inc and Facebook Inc . The telecom sector has been the biggest loser among the S&P's 11 major sectors with an 4.4-percent decline so far in 2018, driven by AT&T's 13.3-percent drop.