With $5 billion less in debt and a new stock set to begin trading, Peabody Energy emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, 10 days shy of one year after starting the reorganization process. The shares will be listed under the ticker …
High-speed trading is where traders create complicated algorithms to buy and sell stocks in milliseconds. Some investors and regulators have argued this gives them an unfair advantage. Last month, New York's attorney general Eric …
Swing trading works well with options for many reasons, including being able to execute the strategy with less risk and more leverage. Swing trading is an attractive strategy for short-term traders. Similar to day trading, the swing trader …
U.S. stocks pulled back slightly in a quiet trading session heading into the holiday weekend. Continue Reading Below The pause in stock trading comes on the heels of a busy week in Washington that included an overhaul of the U.S. tax …
TOKYO — Global stock indexes were mostly higher Wednesday in quiet holiday trading after oil prices erased some recent gains. Investors generally shrugged off a dip in technology stocks on Wall Street. KEEPING SCORE: France's …
The NASDAQ, which serves as the primary exchange for trading tech stocks, has taken the unusual step of suspending trades in response to a data glitch. [Update: NASDAQ says trading will resume at 3:25ET] The halt began on a stock
Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.) urged the Securities and Exchange Commission, Justice Department, House Ethics Committee and Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) to launch investigations into what she described as a “major stock trading
NEW YORK: Raj Mahajan achieved a rare feat when he rejoined Goldman Sachs Group Inc. last year with the coveted title of partner, the Wall Street bank’s highest rank. Then he got to work on fixing the pipes. That plumbing has to do with …
NEW YORK — Is bitcoin a bubble? Maybe. Maybe not. Only time will tell. But there are some small publicly traded companies trying to ride the wave of cryptocurrency and blockchain mania that look pretty sketchy. Call them the …
Adient, the automotive seating and interiors company spun off from Johnson Controls International Inc., started trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday and ran into the downdraft buffeting other automotive stocks, despite an …