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Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally and on brewing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally that pushed markets to fresh records.
Wall Street's retreat from records accelerates on Monday morning as geopolitical tensions in Asia flare up and a selloff in Deutsche Bank shares pressures financial stocks.
There are too many unknowns around Snap to even begin to apply conventional valuation metrics.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses the quant-dominated world, and points out one key reason why you may want to have your head examined.
We need to watch closely to see if this poorer action develops further.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average keeps its record-breaking streak intact on Thursday, adding to records achieved over the past few weeks with another day of slight gains.
Wall Street is pulled in two directions on Thursday with a bounce in crude prices boosting the Dow and a selloff in Tesla dragging on the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer is bullish on United States Steel and Universal Display, less so with Arconic and Himax Technologies.
Investors should keep an eye on interest rates and oil, but remember next week is still a week of big earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
Steel and iron stocks could make interesting speculative plays.
Here's how to trade seven of the most active names.
Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in United States Steel Corp. , where a total volume of 92,667 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 9.3 million underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares).