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Global woes plagued markets at the outset of October, but markets are poised to close at a record-high amid strong U.S. economic prospects.
Fears of an October stock market slump are a distant memory as central banks print money and the U.S. economy kicks into gear.
U.S. stocks surge Friday morning after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly increases its annual stimulus targets.
U.S. stock futures surge Friday after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly increases its annual stimulus targets by 10 trillion yen to 80 trillion ($717 billion).
U.S. stock markets closed far higher on Thursday as the Commerce Department said U.S. gross domestic product rose 3.5% in the third quarter.
While it brought the year’s biggest surge in volatility, October may represent a turning point for U.S. markets.
U.S. stocks trade mixed after a report from the Commerce Department shows gross domestic product grew 3.5% in the third quarter, beating economists' estimates.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower after a report from the Commerce Department shows gross domestic product grew 3.5% in the third quarter, beating economists' estimates.
U.S. stock markets were not spooked by the Federal Reserve's decision to end its monthly bond buying, otherwise known as quantitative easing, this month
U.S. stocks were falling after the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee decided to end its monthly bond buying, otherwise known as quantitative easing, this month.