American presidents cannot help but pay attention to the stock market. The reasons should be obvious: While many observers dismiss the market's performance as being largely divorced from the country's economic fundamentals, it's
Since he took office, President Trump has been cheering the stock market’s continued rise, as it reached record highs over the past year. Now, it’s breaking records in the other direction. Tell us what you like or dislike about our new video …
Twitter had a bad day. The company’s stock dropped 14% after it announced a loss of $116.5 million last quarter and a decline in the number of U.S. users. From CNN Money: Twitter reported Thursday that its monthly user base in the …
Walmart's usually red-hot online sales growth is showing signs of a cool down. The world's largest retailer on Tuesday reported fourth quarter e-commerce sales …
President Trump has boasted that the Republican tax cuts would add rocket fuel to the economy. But rockets can accidentally explode. Some analysts believe the extra stimulus of the tax cuts, which will boost wage growth and …
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama may seem very different -- but when it comes to the performance of their stock markets, they could hardly be more similar. The stock market has climbed 25.6% since …
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Ply Gem’s stock closed up 23 percent on Thursday, the day after the buildings product manufacturer announced it would be acquired by a New York private equity investment firm for $2.4 billion. The Cary company’s stock surged 20 percent …
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple's stock is backtracking from its recent highs amid mounting concerns that iPhone X sales will fall short of the high hopes for a device that brought facial recognition technology and a $1,000 price tag to the …
Rallying technology shares pushed major U.S. stock indexes higher in the first trading session of 2018. After a banner year for markets around the world, many investors say they are optimistic that the long U.S. stock rally can continue in the …
For most of President Donald Trump’s first year in office, he and his lackeys used the stock market as a kind of alternate approval rating. His administration may be chaotic, his responses to the tragedies in Charlottesville and Puerto Rico …