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The latest financial news from the reporters at Yahoo! Finance.
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Stocks jumped Thursday to reach record levels as traders eyed a much stronger than expected print on consumer spending and a sharp improvement in the number of new jobless claims.
Stocks traded mixed Wednesday afternoon, with traders digesting a slew of earnings results from big banks that largely topped expectations. The Dow set a fresh intraday record high as shares of Goldman Sachs advanced after the company reported better-than-expected quarterly results.
Stocks traded mixed on Tuesday after U.S. federal health officials called for a pause in the rollout of Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ) COVID-19 vaccine amid concerns over rare blood clots in some individuals who received the inoculation.
Stocks ended a directionless session slightly lower, with investors mostly looking ahead to earnings results later this week.
A deluge of corporate earnings results and economic data due for release this week will test investors after the stock market's latest record-setting rally.
Stocks rallied on Thursday, with the broader market reaching a new record while technology and blue-chip stocks flirting with recent records, as investors brace themselves for the flood of first-quarter earnings likely to show Corporate America coasting on an incipient economic boom.
Stocks traded little changed Wednesday as investors considered the latest batch of stronger-than-expected economic data and digested meeting minutes from the Federal Reserve.
Stocks traded lower on Tuesday as traders took a pause after Monday's record-setting rally.
Stocks jumped Monday as traders took in last week's much stronger-than-expected monthly jobs report and looked ahead to a busy week of commentary from Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) members.
Traders returning from the long holiday weekend will turn their attention to more commentary out of the Federal Reserve, with the Federal Open Market Committee's latest meeting minutes and a speech from Fed Chair Jerome Powell on deck.
Stocks traded higher Thursday, extending gains in another record-setting day on Wall Street.
Stocks jumped to record levels on Wednesday as technology stocks recovered losses from Tuesday's session. Traders digested the contours of President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal, which would include trillions of dollars in government spending as well as new changes to tax policy.
Stocks drifted lower Tuesday following a volatile session sparked by the sudden unwinding of a hedge fund run by a marquee investor.
Wall Street ended a volatile session on a mixed note, with the broader market lagging but blue-chip stocks edging to a new record, as the sudden unwinding of a hedge fund ricocheted across markets.
Traders are heading into a packed week of economic reports, with a surfeit of new information on the state of the U.S. labor market set to be released.
Stocks rose for the first time in three days on Thursday, with the three major indexes shaking off earlier declines to push into positive territory.
Stocks closed lower Wednesday, with all three major indexes extending Tuesday’s declines as technology stocks slid.
Stocks traded slightly lower Tuesday afternoon, holding onto modest declines after rising COVID-19 cases abroad prompted an extended lockdown in Europe's largest economy. Investors also considered commentary from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Stocks traded higher on Monday as technology stocks rose to recover some of last week's declines.
Investors this week will be closely watching the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) Wednesday monetary policy decision, as well as a key report on the state of the consumer.
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Comments (3)

S Schlesinger

I'm not listening anymore to Yahoo podcast. Instead of bringing me objective business news, they're just a propaganda machine for Biden and co. Not gonna waste my time listening to that.

Jul 14th
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Toso Haruna

New slaves.

Nov 5th
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Jr Maniego

Same guy that said USTs will rise above 4% apparently not anymore

Dec 25th
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