|Day's range||12,973.43 - 13,069.40|
|52-week range||10,174.92 - 13,094.76|
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are mixed Monday morning as clothing and household goods companies climb while industrial companies stumble. Major indexes are at all-time highs after a six-week winning streak and the Standard & Poor's 500 index has risen for the last seven days. Toy company Hasbro and competitor Mattel are tumbling after Hasbro's sales forecast disappointed Wall Street.
After pulling back last week and breaking the four-week gaining streak, the United Kingdom’s FTSE 100 Index started this week on a mixed note.
Spanish stocks fell Monday as the political standoff between Madrid and the Catalonian region wore on, but a drop in the euro appeared to provide a lift to other European markets.
European stocks edged higher Friday, but with traders preferring to err on the side of caution as worries persist about the Spain-Catalonia standoff over independence for the wealthy region.
The economy of the 19 countries that use the euro currency is growing ever stronger, and it's time for the European Central Bank to start telling the public how it will phase out its extraordinary stimulus ...
After pulling back on Thursday, the FTSE 100 Index started higher on Friday and traded with stability in the morning session.
The stereotype of the Swabian housewife is for some the epitome of German virtue. Conservative and commonsense, her purse strings are as tight as her apron strings. Her thrift may be legendary, but she ...
Asian shares pushed higher on investor optimism over the global outlook despite uncertainties over the outcome of political events in China and Japan and speculation over Trump's choice for the next Fed ...
World stock markets were flat on Thursday as a report on President Donald Trump's possible selection to lead the U.S. Federal Reserve pushed Wall Street to the plus side and sent U.S. Treasury yields lower. After the market slowly pared its gains throughout the latter portion of trading, a report from Politico that Trump was leaning toward nominating Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell to succeed Janet Yellen to head the U.S. central bank lifted both the Dow and S&P 500 into positive territory. The Nasdaq remained in the red, however, weighed down by a 2.4 percent decline in Apple (AAPL.O) to $155.98 on signs of poor demand for its iPhone 8.
An escalation of political tensions in Spain, a clutch of disappointing corporate updates and concerns about growth in China prompted investors on Thursday to yank down European stocks.
Stocks dropped around the world with disappointing corporate earnings in Europe and a report that Apple Inc. was dialing back its orders reversing the sentiment that sent benchmark gauges to record highs ...
European stocks gain Wednesday, as falls in the euro and the pound helped exporters and offset disappointing financial updates from companies such as Zalando.
At 6:30 AM EST on October 18, the FTSE 100 Index was trading at 7,538.50—a gain of 0.3%. The iShares MSCI United Kingdom (EWU) fell 0.48% on October 17.
Some big financial names were recently gathered up to talk about their concerns about a stock market correction. Among them, Kyle Bass, says investors should look for a 4 to 5 points drop, then be ready ...
European stocks end a bouncy day in negative territory on Tuesday, as traders digest a mixed bag of earnings reports from the region, with health care stocks and Merlin Entertainments PLC the hardest hit ...
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday, as some indexes got a boost from overnight gains on Wall Street. Japan's benchmark held steady as expectations grew that a likely ruling party win in Sunday's Japanese parliamentary elections will help stability and growth. The Shanghai Composite index advanced as China's ruling communists began a congress that is due to give President Xi Jinping a second, five-year term.
The United Kingdom’s FTSE 100 Index started this week on a mixed note. It started lower on October 17 and traded near the opening prices in the morning.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks were little-changed Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes rose to new highs as China prepared to open a key political meeting.
The rally that has propelled U.S. stocks to record levels is spreading, with stock benchmarks in Germany, the U.K., Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and New Zealand all reaching multiyear or record highs this ...
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks finished mostly higher Friday to wrap up a subdued week, and technology companies did most of the heavy lifting. Investors were also pleased to see that shoppers spent more money in September.
Treasury yields slipped on Friday after muted underlying U.S. inflation data offset higher gasoline prices and strong retail sales while the U.S. dollar regained ground lost earlier in the day but was still set for its worst week in five. Stocks on major world markets, however, hit their fourth record high in a row, with Wall Street moving higher as some investors bet the inflation data could curb future interest rate hikes while others eyed trade discussions and retail data. U.S. consumer prices recorded their biggest increase in eight months in September as gasoline prices soared in the wake of hurricane-related refinery disruptions, but underlying inflation remained muted.
At 6:45 AM EST on October 13, the FTSE 100 Index was trading at 7,534.50—a fall of 0.29%. The iShares MSCI United Kingdom (EWU) rose 0.23% on October 12.