Stocks closed higher on Wall Street, boosted by large technology companies that have benefited from steady bond yields and soothing comments by Fed chairman Jerome Powell on inflation.
Stocks wobbled between small gains and losses in trading on Wall Street overnight, hovering around their record highs as investors remain cautiously hopeful for an economic recovery.
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Wall Street’s benchmark index crosses the 4000-point mark for the first time on the final session before the Easter break.
Wall Street stocks are rising in afternoon trading as investors wait to hear the details about Washington’s next mammoth push for the economy.
The Australian sharemarket is set to to brush off a negative US lead and open higher as technology stocks continue to weigh on Wall Street.
The Australian sharemarket is poised to jump higher this morning despite a mixed day on Wall Street.
The Australian sharemarket is poised to jump higher on Monday as Wall Street closed its week at record levels.
Rupert Murdoch is a buyer again. News Corp, his newspaper empire, acquired Investor’s Business Daily, a financial tip sheet popular with Wall Street traders and investors, for $US275 million.
Wall Street stocks rose in a late-day rally on encouraging employment statistics and an optimistic speech from President Joe Biden.
The bull market on Wall Street turned a year old this week but it has led to questions that would have seemed unfathomable 12 months ago.
Optimism about the economic recovery by Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was unable to halt a decline in technology shares for a second-straight day.
GameStop, whose social media-fuelled frenzy rattled Wall Street earlier this year, has released its eagerly-anticipated results.
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The Australian sharemarket is poised to open lower despite a bright start to the trading week on Wall Street.
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ASX set to fall at the open as another tick up in bond yields once again pulled down shares of technology companies and the energy sector on Wall Street.
Wall Street closes mostly lower, shedding some of its recent gains after coming within striking distance of matching the longest winning streak of the year.
Netflix may find out soon just how many of its viewers will agree to pay to use its services, and Wall Street is keeping a keen eye on the results.
Wall Street is having a mixed session as investors continue to eye the bond market, where yields pulled back a bit from Friday’s sharp increase.
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Investors welcomed another reprieve from the volatility in the bond market that has dominated the conversation on Wall Street for the last several weeks.
Wall Street advances higher across the board, setting up the ASX to open higher this morning.
A surge in the stocks of beaten-down technology companies on Wall Street has the ASX set for a positive open this morning.
New York’s Financial District is suffering as a glut of office space builds with the pandemic keeping workers home.
The ASX is set to bounce higher at the open as surging bank stocks drove Wall Street higher.
ASX set for a negative start as Jerome Powell’s comments unnerve markets, putting the Nasdaq in correction territory.
The US stockmarket has so far digested a surge in Treasury yields, but some investors are worried that a continued ascent could prove more problematic.
The frenzy around GameStop’s stock may have quieted down, but the outsized influence small investors had in the saga is likely to stick around.