• US Stock Markets Regain Footing After Plunge

    6 days ago - By NPR

    U.S. stocks indexes headed moderately lower again, after a global sell-off overnight triggered by a plunge in U.S. stocks Wednesday. The decline was led by a selloff among the biggest tech stocks.
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  • Morning News: October 11, 2018

    Morning News: October 11, 2018

    6 days ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    Stock Rout Spreads as Bonds, Currencies Stay Calm: Markets Wrap
    Europe Stocks Extend Loss in Global Selloff
    Not Just ‘Loco' Fed: Why Equities Are Suddenly Selling Off Now
    Interest Rates Are Rising. That's Great News for Most.
    In New Slap at China, U.S. Expands Power to Block Foreign Investments
    At IMF-World Bank Meetings, Powell Praised as Trump Calls Fed ‘Crazy'
    Mounting Costs Add to Worries About 2019 U.S. Profit Growth
    CVS Health and Aetna $69 Billion Merger Is Approved With Conditions
    BMW to Take Control of China Joint Venture in $4 Billion Deal
    WarnerMedia Plans to Unveil Streaming...
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  • Netflix had 676 hours of new content in Q3 of 2018, but it's not all for you

    6 days ago - By Fast Company

    It's not about what you want to watch, it's about what Netflix wants you to watch.
    A new report from Wall Street firm Cowen & Co. says that Netflix debuted nearly 676 hours of original programming in the third quarter of 2018, more than double the amount of originals launched in the same period of 2017 , and up 50% from the 452 hours in Q2 2018. To put it in binge perspective, you'd have to watch Netflix for almost a month straight to get through it all. Of course you wouldn't, and Netflix knows that.
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  • Wall Street drops again, but tech bounce helps limit losses

    6 days ago - By Reuters

    Wall Street dropped on Thursday but the losses were less severe than the brutal sell-off in the previous session as a bounce in technology stocks helped limit losses.
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  • Markets Right Now: US stocks fall as banks see losses

    6 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - The latest on developments in financial markets :
    11:55 a.m.
    U.S. stocks are falling again a day after their biggest drop since February. Some early relief over a tame report on inflation gave way to renewed selling.
    Banks are taking some of the biggest losses. JPMorgan and Bank of America are each down close to 1.5 percent.
    Bond yields, which have spiked over the last week, slid after the Labor Department said consumer prices rose less than economists expected in September. The yield on the 10-year Treasury fell to 3.16 percent.
    Tech stocks, hit hard Wednesday, crept back into...
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  • US stocks keep falling after worst loss in 8 months

    6 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - U.S. stocks are sinking again a day after their biggest drop since February. Some early relief over a tame report on inflation gave way to renewed selling.
    Banks and health care companies are taking some of the worst losses. Bond yields, which have spiked over the last week, slid after the Labor Department said consumer prices grew only slightly in September. That's a sign inflation remains under control and it suggests the Federal Reserve won't have to raise interest rates at a faster pace. Investors also appear to be more willing to buy bonds because yields are higher than...
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  • U.S. Stock Markets Open A Day After Dramatic Plunge

    6 days ago - By NPR

    Stocks are down again after a dramatic drop on Wednesday. The sell-off rippled through international markets on Thursday, with stocks falling across Asia and Europe.
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  • Wall Street extends sell-off, S&P breaches key level

    6 days ago - By Reuters

    U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday, extending a sell-off from a day earlier, after the major indexes broke though some key technical levels as risk-appetite showed no signs of picking up.
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  • Stocks head south at NYSE opening

    6 days ago - By Reuters

    Stocks on Wall Street continued their downward trajectory on Thursday morning following a global sell-off sparked by concerns over rising interest rates and the impact of the U.S. trade war with China. Rough Cut .
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  • US stocks turn higher after report shows modest inflation

    6 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - U.S. stocks are slightly higher in unsteady trading one day after their biggest drop since February. A report indicating that inflation remains limited seemed to calm U.S. investors.
    Following yesterday's sell-off in the U.S., markets in Asia tumbled and European stocks suffered more modest losses.
    Bond yields, which have spiked over the last week, slid after the Labor Department said consumer prices grew only slightly in September. That's a sign inflation remains under control and it suggests the Federal Reserve won't have to raise interest rates at a faster pace.
    The market's...
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  • The Stock Market's 67,000% Superstar Is Now a Huge Falling Knife

    6 days ago - By Fortune

    Is it time to catch the global stock market's biggest falling knife?
    For watchers of Tencent Holdings Ltd., it's an increasingly pressing question. The Chinese internet giant's record-breaking sell-off is getting worse, with Thursday's 6.8 percent rout bringing losses since late January to $252 billion - by far the biggest wipeout of shareholder wealth worldwide. The stock, one of the most widely held in emerging markets, has tumbled for an unprecedented 10 straight sessions.
    As investors around the world debate whether the best days are over for the tech-led boom in global equities...
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  • The Stock Market's 67,000% Superstar Is Now a Huge Falling Knife

    6 days ago - By Fortune

    Is it time to catch the global stock market's biggest falling knife?
    For watchers of Tencent Holdings Ltd., it's an increasingly pressing question. The Chinese internet giant's record-breaking sell-off is getting worse, with Thursday's 6.8 percent rout bringing losses since late January to $252 billion - by far the biggest wipeout of shareholder wealth worldwide. The stock, one of the most widely held in emerging markets, has tumbled for an unprecedented 10 straight sessions.
    As investors around the world debate whether the best days are over for the tech-led boom in global equities...
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  • Markets Right Now: US stocks open with modest losses

    6 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - The latest on developments in financial markets :
    9:35 a.m.
    Stocks are opening modestly lower on Wall Street following volatile trading in Asia and Europe.
    U.S. markets are coming off their steepest losses in eight months. A report showing only a modest pickup in consumer prices seemed to calm investors just before the open.
    Tech stocks, hit hard Wednesday, fell slightly in early trading. Apple shares fell 1.2 percent.
    Earnings season is getting underway. Delta Air Lines shares rose 3.8 percent after the airline beat profit expectations.
    The S&P 500 index fell 4 points, or 0.1...
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  • Stocks sell-off slams back into Europe

    6 days ago - By Reuters

    European stocks slumped to a 21-month low on Thursday after Wall Street's worst losses in eight months triggered a surge of global selling that also hit Asia and emerging markets. Sonia Legg reports.
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  • Massive pullback in tech stocks is a buying opportunity for some: 'We love seeing the panic'

    6 days ago - By CNBC

    Top Wall Street investors point to rising rates and deteriorating trade talks between the U.S. and China as reason to stay away from tech, while others see the worsening sell-off as an attractive entry point.
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  • 'New uncertainties abound:' What Wall Street's biggest firms are saying about the stock market's sell-off

    'New uncertainties abound:' What Wall Street's biggest firms are saying about the stock market's sell-off

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Global stocks are selling off sharply this week mainly on investors' concerns about higher US interest rates .
    We've compiled comments from some of Wall Street's top firms on what's driving the sell-off, what investors should be doing with their money now, and what may happen next.
    US stocks are in their second major bout of volatility this year, leaving investors, traders, and even non-finance professionals full of questions about what is going on.
    The worst of the selling occurred on Wednesday, when the Dow Jones industrial average fell by more than 800 points , its third-largest point...
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