Fed Chair hints interest rate hikes may moderate. Most stocks rally, oil gets a boost, financials lag and bond prices weaken.
SNAP shares dive on lousy earnings. Tech swoon, Fed interest rate hike don’t help, and Alexandria political shootings don’t help stock market’s tone.
Oil barely up, CNBC in a tizzy over Trump Paris Accord exit talk, ADP issues typical, optimistic jobs report, as markets do a 180 on Wednesday’s negative trade. And then there's the Fed.
WTI crude below $50 bbl. on Thursday. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve holds the line on interest rate hikes. For now. Stocks mixed, but trending positive.
Sideways correction in stocks continues. Also, BREAKING NEWS: The U.S. Senate has invoked the “nuclear option,” breaking the Democrats’ Gorsuch filibuster.
After a brief pause in the stock market’s oversold condition, shares are sinking Tuesday across the board, as Fed’s gloom and doom announcement looms Wednesday.
Stocks try to break out of prolonged slump, but dropping oil, precious metal prices don’t help. Fed interest rate hike now almost certain for the Ides of March.
Stocks try to recover, bonds continue to sink. The sky is falling for bullish investors. Or is it? Let’s check the McClellan Oscillator.
WASHINGTON, March 7, 2017 – Like Monday, March 6, Tuesday stock market trading action looks, on the surface at least, to be steadily though modestly off as the Trump Rally—or how much we have left of it—continues to blow off steam in the averages. A peek beneath the market surface, however, shows a great deal ...
President Trump’s Tuesday evening joint address to Congress hits a home run, jazzes Wall Street traders, even as March Federal Reserve interest rate hike nears certainty.
Our selling program seems to have gotten ahead of itself, as politics and interest rate rumors juice stocks like a heavy hit of steroids.
Nation’s money gurus remain in a state of confusion, as deep-staters would love nothing better than to kill the Trump rally. Whose side are these people on?
Friday job stats make it likely Fed will hold interest rates steady. For now. Gold pops again, financials take a rest, oils weaken.
Traders and investors get the averages back into the green as they try to puzzle out whether President-elect Trump and Fed Chair Yellen can get along.
By simplifying the tax code and cutting taxes for all Americans, and reducing the corporate tax rate, Trump will make American goods more competitive.
Dow briefly hits record high after announcement, then heads into negative territory. Other averages follow. 3 more rate hikes expected in 2017.
Wall Street’s Trump Jump in pause mode as traders and investors focus on inflation and America’s economic future in 2017 and beyond. Out with the old?
Flat trading, dollar strength, oil and bond weakness slow stock markets’ Trumpathon rally to a crawl in Friday trading action. The problem: Fed virtually certain to raise rates in December.
Having bet the ranch earlier this summer on a Clinton presidential landslide, bulls become bears after Wikileaks, FBI revelations. Most stock sectors tank.
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton and potential Fed interest rate hike continue to result in up and down trading on low volume, all unlikely to resolve until November 9 or later.