NEW YORK • U.S. stock indexes perked higher on Thursday following a nearly weeklong lull, and the Standard & Poor's 500 rose for the first time in five days. Industrial and technology companies helped lead the way, as broad swaths of the …
Investors in U.S. stocks do not seem bothered by the government shutdown. The S&P 500 rose 0.28 percent Monday morning, the first trading day since the government shutdown. That Nasdaq Composite Index rose by half of a …
In early May, Pandora released disappointing Q1 earnings. It also announced a $150 million investment from KKR & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR), the famed private equity shop. That investment had two key clauses, however. First, Pandora had 30 …
The Toronto Stock Exchange had its biggest loss of the year as North American markets plunged amid concerns that turmoil in Washington could hinder U.S. President Donald Trump's pro-business agenda. The S&P/TSX composite …
A rival measure of global stocks, the MSCI all-country world index, fell 4.76 percent on Friday, its biggest percentage loss since Aug. 8, 2011, when it fell 5.09 percent on the first trading day after S&P stripped the United States of its "AAA" …
Major U.S. stock indexes dropped by more than 1 percent Tuesday in what amounted to the worst single trading …
Investors were tying up loose ends "before heading off to celebrate the end of what has been an exceptionally good year" for stocks, said Marc Chandler, head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, in a note to clients. The Dow …
Earlier in Asia, Japan's Nikkei 225 stock index climbed 0.6 percent, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng index gained 1.0 percent. The S&P ASX 200 in Australia edged 0.1 percent higher. South Korea's Kospi picked up 0.3 percent. India's …