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US stocks on two-day losing streak as health stocks fall
So that's what a losing streak feels like. Stocks fell for the second day in a row Friday, which hadn't happened in a month, as Amazon put a scare into yet another industry: medical device and health care equipment companies. Those companies slumped after an analyst for Citi Investment Research
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
Wall Street sets another record high
The Dow rose 160 points to close above 23,000 points for the first time ever as solid corporate earnings and President Trump's plan to cut taxes help drove the markets higher.
NFL players on protesting: 'It's not about the flag'
The Washington Redskins' Vernon Davis says President Trump's comments "added more fuel to the fire."
Market jumps before Trump's tax plan reveal
The Dow Jones industrial average had its best two-day stretch since November, closing up more than 230 points on Tuesday.
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
State department issues presidential permit for Keystone pipeline
The White House announced today it has signed off on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, authorizing the Canadian company behind the project to begin construction.
How investors might navigate Trump's likely reforms
It has become something of a parlor game to try to project the likely effects on investment markets of President Trump ’s multi-pronged financial initiatives. And even though the GOP now has control of Congress and a president from its own party to push legislation through in concert, the
Send in the Bulls: 2017 Could Be a Banner Year for Stocks
What 2017 will bring to the stock market is, of course, anybody’s guess. Many observers had been bearish on market growth until the recent, so-called Trump rally, which has seen domestic equities rise to new highs. Though some economists and market analysts remain doubting Thomases, more market