Nasdaq closes at new record high but S&P, Dow lower

Nasdaq closes at new record high but S&P, Dow lower

NEW YORK: The Nasdaq powered to its second straight daily record on Tuesday (Jun 9) but elsewhere on Wall Street stocks retreated, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average closing lower.
Dow ends up 2.1%, extending rally on recovery hopes

Dow ends up 2.1%, extending rally on recovery hopes

NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks surged on Wednesday (Jun 3), again betting on an economic rebound in the United States following coronavirus shutdowns and shrugging off rising tensions with China.
Shares jump following world market rise

Shares jump following world market rise

Vietnamese shares followed Wall Street higher on Tuesday morning amid hopes that the global economy would soon recover thanks to a successful experiment of an anti-viral vaccine.
European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stock markets were lower on Monday (Dec 30), taking their lead from softer prices on Wall Street, as investors wound down and took profits at the end of year.
US stocks end at records again as new CEO lifts Boeing shares

US stocks end at records again as new CEO lifts Boeing shares

Wall Street stocks finished at records again on Monday (Dec 23), with an executive shakeup at Boeing lifting the Dow, as a holiday-shortened week opened with a flourish.
Saudi Aramco raises US$25.6 billion in biggest-ever IPO

Saudi Aramco raises US$25.6 billion in biggest-ever IPO

Saudi Aramco on Thursday (Dec 5) priced its long-awaited IPO at the high end of the target range, raising US$25.6 billion and giving the energy giant a valuation of US$1.7 trillion in the world's biggest stock sale.
US stocks dip ahead of earnings deluge

US stocks dip ahead of earnings deluge

Wall Street stocks ended slightly lower on Monday (Oct 14) ahead of a wave of key earnings reports, and as markets weighed last week's partial trade agreement between the United States and China.
European stocks higher as German gloom fuels ECB hopes

European stocks higher as German gloom fuels ECB hopes

Europe's stock markets pushed higher on Monday (Oct 7) as investors bet that gloomy German economic data would help persuade the European Central Bank to continue its "accommodative" monetary policy, dealers said.
European markets slightly firmer after doubts over slowing Chinese economy

European markets slightly firmer after doubts over slowing Chinese economy

European stock markets were slightly firmer on Monday (Jul 15), mostly posting modest gains after initial doubts on news that China's economy grew at its weakest pace in nearly three decades as US President Donald Trump's trade war hit home.
Door open to US rate cut as Fed's Powell flags economic uncertainties

Door open to US rate cut as Fed's Powell flags economic uncertainties

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday (Jul 10) left the door open to an interest rate cut this month, pointing to uncertainty about trade frictions and global growth.
Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq end at records ahead of Jul 4 holiday

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq end at records ahead of Jul 4 holiday

Wall Street stocks surged to records on Wednesday (Jul 3) in a holiday-shortened session as a plethora of mixed US economic data appeared to boost the odds of a Federal Reserve interest rate cut.
Dow ends up 2.1pc as Fed chief signals openness to rate cut

Dow ends up 2.1pc as Fed chief signals openness to rate cut

Wall Street stocks rocketed higher on Tuesday (Jun 4), shrugging off recent weakness as the US Federal Reserve chief signalled greater openness to cutting interest rates.
Huawei ban fallout hits Nasdaq as US stocks fall

Huawei ban fallout hits Nasdaq as US stocks fall

Shares of technology companies fell sharply on Monday (May 20) in down session for Wall Street after Google began to severe ties with Chinese telecom giant Huawei amid the US-China trade war.
China-US trade row rattles European stock markets

China-US trade row rattles European stock markets

European equity markets slid on Monday (May 20) as investors fretted over the latest flare-up in the China-US trade war.
Dow, S&P 500 dip as markets eye Fed, trade talks

Dow, S&P 500 dip as markets eye Fed, trade talks

Wall Street stocks finished mostly lower on Tuesday (Mar 19) following conflicting reports on US-China trade talks and as the Federal Reserve began a two-day monetary policy meeting.
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