NEW YORK: Stocks are opening higher on Wall Street Tuesday as the earnings reporting season for US companies gets into high gear and as traders turn their focus to the transition to the administration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Robust earnings from Google-owner Alphabet and Twitter took the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes close to record levels on Friday, with data showing the domestic economy slowed lesser than expected in the second quarter providing support.
Uber made its Wall Street debut Friday, starting with an eye-popping $82 billion valuation in a milestone for the ride-hailing industry amid lingering doubts about its business model. Chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi and an Uber team rang the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange
Wall Street’s main indexes fell on Friday after President Donald Trump threatened to slap new tariffs on China over the coronavirus crisis, while a profit warning from Amazon added to the gloom.
US stocks were upbeat at the open on Friday, amid new positive signs that Washington and Beijing are moving towards at least a partial deal to end the lingering trade conflict.
World share markets rose on Monday, led by a rebound on Wall Street, even as rising COVID-19 cases threaten to stall the recovery of the world’s largest economy.
Stocks are off to a strong start on Wall Street as traders cheer strong earnings reports from several big US companies. Tesla jumped 10% after the maker of electric cars
Global stock markets and Wall Street futures sank on Monday after the Federal Reserve indicated it might raise interest rates more aggressively to cool US inflation
Is anyone on Facebook anymore? Silly question. Of course they are. Facebook — sorry Meta — still has a tonne of users on its various networks and is still making a tonne of money. It’s just the growth that’s stalled. But the global fall in user numbers,
US stock indexes fell on Wednesday as uncertainty around the outcome of a tightly contested midterm election weighed on the mood, with investor focus shifting to Thursday’s inflation data for clues on the path of future interest rate hikes.