Two firms join the London Stock Market this week, a video technology company and a property services supplier. Falcon Media House, which owns patented technology that prevents buffering when streaming video online, listed this morning at a valuation ofÃÂ ...
Brait, the South African firm that owns Virgin Active, New Look and supermarket Iceland, has ditched plans for a London Stock Market listing because of Brexit. Last year Brait said it planned to move its primary listing to London, but on Friday ...
Stocks closed mostly lower, with major indexes posting the biggest weekly losses in months, as House Republican pulled a controversial health-care bill from consideration after failing to secure enough votes to pass it.
Benchmarks finished in the red on Thursday following a delay in voting on the new healthcare law introduced by Republicans. investors believe that the new administration's ability to see this Bill through the House of Representatives would determine ...
The days of tranquil, docile markets may be nearing an end. Measures of risk are rearing their heads once again, with the CBOE Volatility Index VIX, -1.22% closing at its highest level of the year in Thursday trade and jumping above its 200-day movingÃÂ ...
Its stock market is up 15.3%, as the peso stabilizes and fear of U.S. trade barriers eases. The biggest loser? It's Greece, down 6.8% in 2017, as it struggles to meet creditors' conditions before a July debt-payment deadline.
I've heard more and more commentary/concern about the level of the overall market lately. With the market relentlessly marching to new all-time highs just about every day, I've even begun to hear the word "bubble" being used.
markets are entering a new era, where they could be held hostage by Washington's whims. They could also become more volatile, after the showdown over health care revealed congressional fissures that could affect other Trump policies.
Trump took to twitter to celebrate the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting 20,000 five days after his inauguration and has publicly flaunted the stock market rally since his election on several occasions. But now, the tides are starting to turn, and a ...
U.S. stocks are trading lower as investors remained cautious following the prior session's first sharp slump in months, which some analysts attribute to worries that momentum for President Donald Trump's pro-growth policies is fading.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), a preferred gauge of stock market stress, climbed almost 10% to 12.47 on Mar 21, its highest close since Mar 1. The index is also 7.69% above its 50-day moving average, which shows that investors are concerned about theÃÂ ...
Stocks held steady on Wednesday. Following a 1%-plus decline in major indexes yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) posted just a minor dip while the broader S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) added less than 0.25%.
As the stock market faces its first major test in the era of President Donald Trump, technical analysts are looking at several key levels to determine whether equities are holding it together or about to unravel.
The stock market on Tuesday endured its biggest decline since October, and plucky dip-buyers didn't exactly trip over themselves to partake in any sort of rebound on the Dow DJIA, -0.03% in Wednesday's limp session.
After excitement over the new Trump Administration's pro-growth policy leanings sent major U.S. stock market indexes to blistering new heights, a record number of investors are now saying we are nearing a fall.
The stock market's internal readings suggest that while bears are dominating bulls, the selling remains relatively calm and collected, which might suggest that many investors aren't so worried about the market yet.
Don't blame politics for the stock market's turn south. The stage was set in the options market at the end of last week, says Marko Kolanovic, the widely followed head of derivative and quantitative strategies at J.P.
Avenue Supermarts, the parent company of Indian retail chain D-Mart, listed on the bourses on March 21. It made a blockbuster debut, the best in five years at least, according to data from PRIME database, a capital markets information provider.
This remarkable US stock market "Trump rally" has steamrolled through the first quarter of 2017. Catching many investors by surprise, it has demonstrated upward momentum nearly day after day and has done so with minimal pullbacks.
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