Growing global stock market concerns
Plummeting numbers in the Asian markets could indicate global market turmoil.
The White House press secretary for President Trump held his first press briefing answering questions.
Good morning M rated nine and I'm Condace consumed with the top stories on this Monday January 11 wouldn't start with breaking news out of London entertainer David Foley has died. After an eighteen month battle with cancer. Singer songwriter and record producer after as well as painter. An
The Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than 588 points, recovering some losses after falling more than 1,000 points early in trading.
Okay. It's Friday November 21 the markets and air opener big number this morning five point 6%. In a surprise move China cut its benchmark interest rate to five point 6% from 6%. Of course China the world's second largest economy try to jump start its stalling growth and with that move those stocks
Futures up this morning looking to close at a record week even better and on the way it started futures. Driven mostly by gains in Europe and Asian markets and I want to bring in Jeff MacKey from Yahoo! finance Jeff big smile on your face this Friday morning. Absolutely all's right in the world
Market futures up this morning because of strengthening Asian markets those markets of course. Enjoying a record day from the Dow and S&P 500 that when it had on Friday. blister from Yahoo! finance break down the top business headlines this Monday morning Lauren good morning to you nice weekend.
I'm Dan in New York futures up this morning because some pretty good numbers coming out of Asian markets market there. Moving in a positive direction even a budget cuts here at home they are looming and to explain why that is happening and whether or not they're going to be putting the brakes on
Stocks are coming off of their worst day of 2012 so far. Will they fall further or bounce back joining me now with all the business headlines at this hour is manifesto co host break out. On our partner Yahoo! finance not great to see thanks for being with us. It's your time thank you so we had some
So as the White House continues to push his jobs plan. Wall Street ended its worst week since the financial crisis in the fall of 2008. For the week the Dow dropped 738. Points which is down six point 4%. And anxiety over the global economic downturn rattled markets around the world fears have