We still don’t know whether the Patriots will have quarterback Tom Brady for the regular-season opener. But we now know that the Steelers won’t have two key offensive weapons due to suspension. Running back Le’Veon Bell previously was suspended two games for violating the substance-abuse policy. Receiver Martavis Bryant has now been suspended four games…
Here is what you need to know. It sounds like the Fed can't wait to raise rates. Fed vice chairman Stanley Fischer participated in a panel at the Kansas City Fed's Jackson Hole Symposium over the weekend. Fischer suggested, "Given the...Show More Summary
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Here is what you need to know. Chinese stocks soared. A late surge propelled the Shanghai Composite to a gain of 4.8%. The index was up 1.9% heading into the final hour of trade before strong buying of small-cap names emerged. The Chinese government was likely a factor in the late-day rally. Global stock markets trade mixed. Show More Summary
Jim James has released a video for his heartfelt, slow-burning new track "Take Care of You," which appears on the soundtrack to the Owen Wilson, Lake Bell and Pierce Brosnan film, No Escape. The video, which premiered on Paste, opens with a shot from the movie before cutting to James alone in a studio,...
Here is what you need to know. China propped up stocks. Just days after saying it was done intervening in the stock market, Beijing entered the market to prop up shares ahead of the September 3 parade commemorating its World War II victory over Japan. Show More Summary
Here is what you need to know. Chinese stocks saw another day of selling. The Shanghai Composite fell 1.3% amid a volatile session. Chinese stocks opened up to solid gains before tumbling to a loss of more than 4%. Then stocks racedShow More Summary
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Thankfully a recovery seems to be underway, but yesterday the Dow saw its biggest intraday point drop in history when it plunged 1,089 points at the opening bell. The reason:
The Dow Jones industrial average shot up 350 points when markets opened in the US on Tuesday morning, a rise that came after the index dropped more than 1,000 points at the opening bell yesterday. China's main index, the Shanghai Composite,...Show More Summary
US markets opened higher at the opening bell on Tuesday after a volative day of trading on Monday.
U.S. stocks jumped at the open after China's central bank cut interest rates to support its economy. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 296 points, or 1.9 percent, to 16,180.61, as of 9:45 a.m. Eastern time. The Standard & Poor's 500 index climbed 38 points, or 2 percent, to 1,932. Show More Summary
A broad swath of the market’s biggest and most popular exchange-traded funds saw outsize price declines in the frenzied minutes after Monday’s opening bell. At least dozens of stock ETFs saw their prices plunge far below the values of the indexes they’re designed to track, sowing confusion and potentially handing big losses to investors that […]
Before markets open on Tuesday, here's what you need to know. Chinese stocks took another plunge. The Shanghai Composite crashed another 7.6% and is down 42.7% from its June peak. Tuesday's selling ran the two-day loss to more than 15% and pushed action below 3,000 for the first time since December 24. China cut rates. Show More Summary
Monday got off to a disastrous start for the world economy. The Dow Jones plunged 1000 points–or 6.5 percent–upon the opening bell thanks to the...
Netflix crashed after the opening bell on Monday, and closed down 6.8% after bouncing around all day. The entire stock market got crushed Monday morning, especially tech and media companies, but many stocks rallied later in the day. Netflix's...Show More Summary
The Dow was down more than 1,000 points at the opening bell before dramatically recovering.
U.S stock markets were thrown into turmoil Monday morning when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by over 1,000 points at the opening bell, yet some analysts are predicting a sharp bounce, asserting that now is the time to buy equities. Show More Summary
A market rout, now in its third, day, is clawing back some losses on Monday, though stocks and exchange-traded funds tumbled hard at Monday’s opening bell. Here’s the magnitude of some of the drops: the PowerShares QQQ (QQQ) is down 2.3% to $99.84 in recent trading but was down as much as 17%, to $84.74, […]
The stock market took a major plunge at the opening bell today piling on insult to injury of a sharply declining market week last week. But America isn’t alone. Thanks