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Even as markets shake, investors seek the riskiest corners
Even as stock markets struggle around the world, investors are continuing to pour money into funds that invest in stocks from China, Brazil and other emerging economies
Traders stay optimistic as stock market's wild ride continues
ABC News' Linzie Janis talks to stock trader Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. on the NYSE floor.
What history reveals about the market sell-off
Anxious investors, concerned that the stock market dipped into correction territory briefly Tuesday, are looking for a compass to guide them. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 567 points Tuesday -- 10 percent below its all-time high in January -- and then promptly regained these losses.
Dow plunges more than 1,100, largest single-day point drop in history
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 1,175 points on Monday, its largest one-day point drop in history, to close at 24,345 -- a decline of 4.6 percent. At one point, the Dow was down more than 1,600 points before slightly rebounding at the closing bell. The previous record decline for the Dow
Tech stocks on track for another record year in 2018
After driving the overall domestic market to dozens of new highs this year, the tech sector is poised for another stellar year in 2018. Led by Amazon, Apple, Alphabet (Google), Netflix and Facebook, tech will probably remain the energizer bunny of market sectors. The sector’s performance runs much
Dow closes above 24K in historic first
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis reports the record-breaking moment came amid optimism about planned Republican tax cuts and higher consumer optimism and spending.
How to ride the red-hot stock market into 2018
Normally, when certain stock market sectors are flying high, it’s not a good idea to buy in. Tried and true investing wisdom generally holds that hot stocks probably won’t be hot for long. That’s because of the statistical principle of reversion to the mean: A stock’s performance in the near future
'GMA' lunch break with Fabio Viviani
Viviani, the author of "30-Minute Italian," shares fettuccini and tart recipes with ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo.
The case for market pessimism versus optimism
The stock market this year has been a wild ride, ultimately hitting nosebleed heights. The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted 15 record closes between late January and mid-February. When the Dow closing above 21,000 in late February, it matched its fastest 1,000-point ascent ever. This spring has
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