Just after we posted an article on China’s amazing stock market success in recent months, the bubble burst and the frenzied buying went into reverse. Last week was the worst since 2008. The CSI 300 Index, which tracks the 300 …
Last month’s stock market crash in China was without any doubt an economic war against China covertly waged by the United States, with the direct objective of subverting the ruling Communist Party, according to the most powerful leader …
The “x”citement might be over for the iPhone X. Shares of Apple and its suppliers tumbled this week after multiple …
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“Sell in May and Go Away” is one of Wall Street’s most famous adages. It also is known as the ”Halloween Indicator.” It refers to the market anomaly wherein the period between October and April is by far the strongest six months of the …
NEW YORK - One year ago, when it became clear that Republican Donald Trump had pulled a historic upset to defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton to the U.S. presidency, futures in the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled nearly 900 points. …
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Bitcoin has been kicking the stuffing out of most mining stocks lately, as the cryptocurrency continues to climb to new heights. Over the last three months bitcoin has doubled in value every month, but with the gains have come some truly …
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I’ve been bullish on Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) stock for some time now — but it’s hard not to be a little cautious at the moment. Sprint stock has given back a good chunk of its post-election gains. Save for a quickly reversed dip in May, S
(Reuters) - The rally that started in 2009 continued for U.S. stocks in 2017, currently the second-longest bull market in history. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite all notched their best annual performance …
The markets got back their mojo Tuesday, with the S&P 500 gaining 1.6%, the Nasdaq climbing 1.8%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumping 1.5%. Apple, the stock that broke the market’s back in recent days, rocketed 5.1% higher, …
DUBAI: In a major boost to the Saudi Arabian stock market, the Kingdom is to be included in a series of global indexes investors use to guide decisions on where to put billions of dollars' worth of funds. FTSE Russell, the index compiler …