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King Dollar Reigns As Greenback Rides Strongest Annual Gains Since 1984
Hawkish Fed bets, weakening global growth prospects and a dearth of currency options is keeping the dollar within touching distance of it recent two-decade highs.
Stock Market Today - 7/19: Stocks Power Higher As Dollar Retreats: Earnings Parade Continues
Stocks are trading cautiously higher amid a pullback in the U.S. dollar and another slate of solid second quarter earnings Tuesday.
Stocks Higher, IBM, Disney, Twitter and Netflix In Focus - Five Things To Know
Stock futures higher as dollar retreats; IBM slumps as currency hit clouds Q2 earnings beat; Disney gathers record $9 billion in ad commitments; Twitter dips lower ahead of opening hearing in Musk takeover battle and Netflix earnings on deck as investor track subscriber exodus.
IBM Stocks Slumps After Warning On Strong Dollar Hit to 2022 Revenues
"With our first half results, we continue to expect full-year revenue growth at the high end of our mid-single digit model," said CEO Arvind Krishna.
Stock Market Today - 7/18: Stocks Close Lower As Apple Slides On Spending Cut Report
A warning that Apple plans to slow spending and hiring growth next year turned stocks lower Monday despite better-than-expected earnings from Goldman Sachs and a big aircraft sale from Boeing.
Stocks Higher, Week Ahead Focus On Earnings, Twitter, Google And IBM- Five Things To Know
Stock futures extend gains as dollar retreats, Fed bets fade; Week Ahead: earnings in focus with Tesla, Netflix headlining; Twitter shares lower as musk seeks February trial to settler takeover battle; Google shares set for adjusted debut after 20-for-1 split and IBM earnings on deck with cloud growth in focus.
Stocks See Worst Start in Half a Century; Here's What to Buy
Wells Fargo put together a "recession portfolio" of stocks for this period of economic weakness.
Microsoft Makes an Important Decision About Russia
Software giant Microsoft, like other multinationals, faces the dilemma about Russia after the country invaded Ukraine: Stay or go?
Southwest Has a Problem its Passengers Need to Know About
Southwest employees are reportedly not happy about changes in the company's work culture.
Government Debt Rises: You Can't Blame Biden (or Trump)
The U.S. keeps taking on debt like a college kid with their first credit card. A new study shows something about that which may shock you.