Wall Street has jumped higher, setting up the ASX to claw back most of Monday’s losses at the open.
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Wall Street stocks fell further from their records and bond yields rose after Federal Reserve officials signalled they may start raising interest rates in about two years.
El Salvador’s bold move to accept bitcoin as legal tender has Wall Street once again wondering whether a cryptocurrency could really ever replace the greenback.
Stocks slip as investors wait to hear whether the Federal Reserve will give any clue about when it may let up on its massive support for markets.
Technology companies helped lift stocks higher on Wall Street, nudging the S&P 500 to its third straight all-time high, even as other parts of the market faltered.
Wall Street gains across the board despite inflation figures coming in higher than economists had expected.
Wall Street is on track for another mixed session while “meme” stocks swung wildly again.
Wall Street investors continue to navigate a choppy market but the ASX is poised to open in positive territory.
Wall Street has continued its choppy trading with a mixed session to kick off the week.
The ASX is set to inch higher at the open after a dour day on Wall Street, with meme stock AMC having another wild day.
ASX poised for a positive start to the session as Wall Street swung between small gains and losses.
Investors returned from a three-day holiday weekend and digested a report showing more growth in manufacturing as the coronavirus pandemic wanes in the US.
The Memorial Day weekend saw Wall Street closed, with US futures slipping along with European stocks.
The Dow and S&P 500 indexes clinched their first weekly gain in the past three weeks as investors brushed off a stronger-than-expected inflation reading.
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The Australian sharemarket is set to open higher as Wall Street had a positive session on the back of more signs the economy is healing.
Markets have been bumpy over the last few days as investors move past a stellar corporate earnings season and await additional clues on economic growth.
Stocks have see-sawed as investors weigh the economic recovery’s progress against lingering concerns about inflation.
Investors regain their appetite for risk after the market notched two straight weeks of losses.
The ASX is set for a negative start to the session on the back of the S&P 500 recording its second-straight weekly decline.
The Australian sharemarket is poised for a bright open as Wall Street closes in on breaking a three-day losing streak.
A 31 per cent plunge in the morning. A 33 per cent surge in the afternoon. Bitcoin’s ride caused outages on major crypto exchanges and dominated chatter on Wall Street.
Wall Street is on track for another day of losses, setting up the Australian sharemarket to fall this morning.
Elon Musk helped legitimise cryptocurrencies in the eyes of Wall Street investors. Now, his tweets are scaring them off.
Tech stocks again take the brunt of the losses as inflation fears continue to worry Wall Street.
The Australian sharemarket is poised for a bright start to the session with Wall Street on track to end a three-day losing streak.
Inflation data blew past expectations and further stoked jitters over the prospect of the Fed raising rates sooner than anticipated.
Heavy falls for the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon weigh down Wall Street and set up the ASX for losses this morning.