The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index fell, erasing its gain for the year, while Treasuries and the yen advanced as tension persisted in Ukraine. Copper declined as data from China missed estimates and gold reversed losses.
U.S. stocks fell, erasing this year’s gains for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as weaker- than-forecast data from China and tension in Ukraine overshadowed reports showing an improving American economy.
U.S. stocks rose, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to a record, as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank may change its strategy for reducing asset purchases should the economy weaken.
U.S. stocks rose, after benchmark indexes ended a four-day rally yesterday, as better-than- forecast earnings and a $45.2 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc. overshadowed a drop in retail sales.
U.S. stocks rose, after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index ended a four-day rally yesterday, as earnings and a $45.2 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc. overshadowed an unexpected drop in retail sales. Treasuries advanced and natural gas surged.
“We’ve had a pretty good crisis,” says Barry Bausano , smiling as he surveys Deutsche Bank AG’s sprawling 35,000-square-foot equities trading floor in downtown Manhattan. Behind him, on bookshelves in his glass-walled office, sit two copies of “Too Big to Fail,” along with “Liar’s Poker” and “Triumph of the Optimists,” which tracks 101 years of worldwide investment returns.
U.S. stocks rose, sending benchmark indexes to all-time highs, after the Federal Reserve said it will reduce the pace of its monthly bond purchases and expressed confidence in the labor market recovery.
U.S. stocks fell, halting a seven- day win streak for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as materials producers slid amid growing concern over Syria and investors weighed the prospects for Federal Reserve stimulus cuts.
U.S. stocks erased an earlier rally after the Federal Reserve refrained from indicating when it will reduce the pace of stimulus and data showed the economy grew more than projected in the second quarter.