WALL STREET JOURNAL
China virus scare, disappointing earnings drive Wall St lower
Fears of the virus outbreak hitting the global economy have knocked world stock markets off record highs this week.
Wall Street rally pauses amid China virus outbreak, growth fears
The S&P index recorded 66 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasda...
S&P 500, Nasdaq hit record on IBM, waning China virus fears
Technology stocks, which have played a main role in Wall Street's recent record r...
Letter from Wall Street: Dear PM Modi, your politics can wait, but the economy cannot
Use the mandate to implement policies that will make their lives better in the short, medium and long term.
With market at record highs, eyes on reports from chipmakers
The S&P 500 has gotten off to a strong start in January, up 3 per cent so far this year, fueled by a truce in the U.S.-China trade war, low interest rates and signs the economy remains healthy.
Wall Street battles upstarts in hunt for Silicon Valley rich
Fourteen San Francisco-area companies that began trading publicly last year have raised more than $15 billion, led by Uber Inc.’s $8.1 billion and Lyft Inc.’s $2.3 billion. Expand that to include the 16 other Bay Area firms that have gone public and the amount jumps to more than $20 billion.
Citigroup profit beats as credit card, trading revenue jump
Citi has been leveraging its robust card business to help grow deposits by pitching checking and savings accounts to card holders.
Wall Street falls on Middle East tensions, energy shares jump
Wall Street's main indexes have been knocked off record levels as the killing of a top Iranian general by the United States last week raised the threat of a new conflagration in the Middle East.
Asian shares firm as China data show signs of easing economic strains
MSCI's global share index touched record highs and was last up 0.05 per cent.
Bank of America beats on bond trading boost, loan growth
Bank of America reported a 25% rise in bond trading revenue, although that was far short of the 86% surge at JPMorgan Chase and Co and a 49% jump at Citigroup Inc.
Energy, healthcare stocks drag Wall Street lower
Energy stocks were down 0.9% as oil prices surrendered gains made over the previous days, while healthcare stocks fell 0.6%, led by Merck that was hit by mixed results in its Phase 3 trial of a cancer drug.
Wall Street inches higher as concerns over US-Iran escalation ease
Tehran's foreign minister said Iran took "proportionate measures" in self-defence and did not seek to escalate the confrontation.
The ‘Fire and Ice’ decade that changed everything on Wall Street
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Wall Street starts 2020 at record levels on China stimulus, trade hopes
China's central bank said on Wednesday it would cut the amount of cash that all banks must hold as reserves.
Wall Street slips from record levels on profit-taking
The announcement of a Phase 1 U.S.-China trade deal earlier in December has partly powered the record-setting run on Wall Street, with the benchmark S&P 500 closing at all-time highs in nine of the past 11 sessions.
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