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The weekend is over, and futures are tumbling (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

US futures are trading in the red. Dow futures are down 177 points, S&P futures are down 22 points, and Nasdaq futures are down 46 points. This follows what's being interpreted as hawkish comments from Stanley Fischer, Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve. Show More Summary

Windows 10 now on 75 million devices

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is charging $119 for Windows 10 Home for those who are not qualified for the free upgrade and not covered by a license. Windows 10 had momentum from the start. Other figures shared by Mehdi on microblogging service Twitter and collated on the Windows blog include claims that more than 90,000 unique

Liberty Tax Service Announces Fiscal 2016 First Quarter Results

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/28/15 -- Liberty Tax, Inc. (NASDAQ: TAX) (the "Company"), the parent company of Liberty Tax Service, today reported results for the first quarter ended July 31, 2015. "I am pleased with our sales...Show More Summary

We're slipping again (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

The global markets continue to swing erraticly in every direction. US stock market futures are in the red with Dow futures down 126 points, S&P futures down 15 points, and Nasdaq futures down 32 points. This follows a huge Thursday when...Show More Summary

Michelle Pfeiffer Cast As Ruth Madoff In HBO’s ‘Wizard of Lies’

Veteran actress Michelle Pfeiffer has been cast in the HBO series Wizard of Lies, the tale of former NASDAQ chairman and swindler Bernie Madoff. Pfeiffer will play the role of Bernie’s wife, Ruth Madoff, opposite Robert De Niro, who will take on the lead role, EW confirms. Show More Summary

U.S. Markets End Slump, Posting Large Gains As Dow Rises 619 Points

4 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Both the Dow Jones index and the S&P 500 saw gains of nearly 4 percent; the Nasdaq index rose even higher.

U.S. Equity Trading Picks Up, European Derivative Volumes Fall For NASDAQ OMX

The company has reported low trade volumes in the U.S. for derivative trading in 2015 thus far, while cash equity trade volumes have fluctuated throughout the year. Comparatively, trading activity on its European platforms has been moderately better over the previous year. Show More Summary

Time To Pull Out The Nasdaq/China Comparison Chart

Following the most recent Chinese market rout, Deutsche's Jim Reid updates a chart he used back in early June comparing the Shanghai Composite recent performance with that of the NASDAQ back in 1999-2000. This is what he says: The ascent was very similar back in June and now the decline is pretty much on exactly the same path. Show More Summary

Futures are surging (DIA, SPX, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)

For the second day in a row, US stock futures are surging. Near 7:15 am ET, Dow futures were up 300 points, S&P 500 futures were up 39 points, and Nasdaq futures were up 84 points. Wednesday morning's rally in US futures follows an ugly...Show More Summary

Another Wild Ride; Stocks Collapse Into Close; Dip Buyers Hammered; Overhead Supply

When I went to bed last night (actually something like 3:30 AM this morning), Dow Futures were up something like 366 points, S&P futures were up about 50 points or so, and Nasdaq futures were up on the order of 100 points.Given only 6 stocks on the S&P rose yesterday, one might reasonably have expected a rebound for at least a day. Show More Summary

Apple, Facebook Defy Nasdaq Sudden Downdraft

The Nasdaq Composite Index gave up in the latter half of the trading session, after spending most of the day with a 4% gain, and dropped sharply into the red just before the close, ending down 19.76, or 0.4%, at 4,506.49. Winners for the session, but just barely, included Apple (AAPL), up 62 cents, or 0.6%, at $103.74; Facebook (FB), […]

Apple, Workday Jump 5%, Leading Tech Higher on Upgrades

Shares of Apple (AAPL) are leading the market higher a day after they lead the market lower, rising $5.33, or 5%, to $108.45. The Nasdaq Composite is up up 121.35, or 2.7%, at 4647.60. Apple is one of a number of upgrades today, perhaps prompted by the lower valuations in tech from yesterday’s session. Apple’s upgrade […]

Where Does The Market Go From Here: Two Opposing Views

Yesterday's market tumble finally brought the S&P and Nasdaq alongside the Dow Jones into correction territory, sending the broader index down 11% from its highs, even as a vast majority of S&P constituents already preceded the index and are either in correction or in bear market territory. Show More Summary

NYSE Invokes Rule 48 For Second Day In A Row Ahead Of Market Open

Precisely 24 hours ago, in an attempt to pre-empt the panic-selling open, the NYSE invoked the little used Rule 48, which was to be expected: the Nasdaq 100 has just tumbled limit down and the S&P and DJIA would follow shortly. Today,...Show More Summary

Markets are surging

After a chaotic day that ended with the S&P 500 down 77 points, or 3.9%, markets are now bouncing back fiercely. Dow futures are up 550 points (3.5%). S&P futures are up 66 points (3.5%). Nasdaq futures are up 172 points (4.3%). "After...Show More Summary

Chinese Stocks Extend Slide, Down Another 6%; S&P Futures +38 Points, Nasdaq Futures +71

Following a day in which only 6 out of 500 S&P 500 stocks rose, a snap back of some sort was in order. As I type at 9:00PM central, S&P futures are up 38 points and Nasdaq futures are up 71. The Dow is +300 or so. The Nasdaq index has been particularly wild. Show More Summary

China Stocks Plunge Again In U.S. Overnight; Baidu Nears Two-Year Low

China stocks traded in the U.S. were battered anew overnight by investors worried about the mainland’s growth prospects and international capital and currency market trends. Overall, the Dow lost 3.6% and the Nasdaq fell 3.8%. Yesterday, Shanghai’s benchmark index dropped 8.5% on what's become known here as "Black Monday,"  bringing its losses since [...]

In The Week Ahead: Get On The Defensive Until The Market Shows Signs Of Stabilizing

The U.S. stock market has been threatening a corrective decline for months, and it came to fruition last week with massive selling on Thursday and Friday. The Nasdaq 100 led the decline, falling

Which U.S. Stocks Got Hit Hardest in Monday’s Global Selloff?

Now that Monday’s closing bell has tolled, let’s assess the damage. The S&P 500 plunged 77.7 points or 3.94 percent. The Dow lost 588 points or 3.58 percent. The Nasdaq shed 180 points or 3.82 percent. It was the fifth straight day that U.S. Show More Summary

Apple Ends Down 2.5%, Netflix off 7% as Nasdaq Rout Continues

Apple (AAPL) shares ended Monday’s wild session down $2.61, or 2.5%, at $103.15, after briefly going into the green following a plunge of 13% for the day. The Nasdaq Composite Index ended the day down 179.79 points at 4,526.25, a 3.8% decline, about the same as the Dow and slightly less bad than the S&P 500?s […]

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