NEW YORK -- With the winds gusting on Arthur Ashe Stadium Thursday night, Roger Federer showed some serious guts. The showman Gael Monfils had played smart ball, a welcome site for a player as talented as he is, and rolled to a two-set lead against Federer. And by all accounts, it looked like the
Some of the largest tech companies trading on the stock market decline after record highs in the past few weeks.
Market futures were mixed this morning ahead of weekly jobless numbers. But this comes after yesterday's record day when both the Dow and the S&P 500 all time highs. We're gonna bring in the Modesto from Yahoo! finance out of break the business headlines of the day good morning Matt. Good morning
And there's the opening bell for this Thursday January 24. Annual in New York breaking news weekly jobs claims have fallen to five year. Plus shares. Apple and Netflix are spiking and opposite directions. Joining me now to discuss the top business headlines at this hour is Matt manifesto he is of
We've gotten some new numbers this morning and housing starts and building permits joining me now to discuss all business headlines along with those numbers brave men from Bloomberg TV how are you this morning. And pretty well Harry I'm doing well thank you tax they of course which ready get to in
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Dow futures were flat this morning a day after the index rose a 180 points. Joining me now to discuss the business headlines at this hour celebrate and from Bloomberg TV not to CEO Stephanie good morning so we've got. Busy morning here let's start with an announcement a lot of people are talking
Bloomberg's Sheila Dharmarajan breaks down Ben Bernanke's impact on stocks.
A growing number of stock mutual funds are back to where they were before the bear market began in October 2007 — but most still have a ways to go. Of the 4,299 stock funds tracked by Lipper, 1,237 now show a gain since Oct. 9, 2007, when the Standard & Poor's 500 hit its peak of 1565. Throw out