The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the threshold of 29,000 for the first time ever.
The message from financial markets matches that of President Trump: “All is well.”
The moves in stocks, energy, and bonds show no signs of acute concern following the news of the killing of Iran’s top military leader.
Dec. 26 (UPI) — U.S. stocks surged higher Thursday as a year-end rally stoked by bullish economic news pushed the Nasdaq Composite index to 9,000 for the first time in its history.
The U.S. stock market shrugged off the impending impeachment vote Wednesday morning, pushing major U.S. stock indexes to record highs. The S&P 500 moved up to 3198 to set a new high in the first hour of trading Wednesday morning.
Investors see the impeachment hearings as a purely partisan political show with no real chance of the president being removed.
Stocks moved higher despite impeachment inquiry, China trade deal worries, and Fed chair Powell standing pat.
Search results plummet, forcing companies to buy advertising space from Google.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said that he will introduce legislation to prohibit federal government pension plans from investing in Chinese stock.
Fears of a recession have largely abated as consumer spending has remained robust and corporate earnings outperformed expectations.
A huge batch of economic data sent economists scrambling to raise their forecasts for U.S. growth.
Economic data showed the German economy contracted and China’s industrial production slowed, sparking huge sell off.
Stocks opened lower to start the day and the sell-off accelerated in the final hours of trading.
As China backed away from the threat of a currency war, stocks recovered some of the losses suffered on Monday.
Stocks suffered their biggest sell-off of the year Monday Chinese retaliation against new U.S. tariffs escalated.
Fed chair Jerome Powell’s Capitol Hill testimony sent stocks climbing once again on Thursday, pushing the Dow to a record high close.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average had its best June since 1938 and the S&P its best first half since 1997.
The Dow added more than 200 points on Tuesday as investors recovered from their tariff jitters. Tech stocks performed best.
The major stock indexes all declined on Monday as the market digested the news that China would retaliate against U.S. tariffs.
Trump’s tweets seemed to provide some comfort to Wall Street. Stocks jumped higher right after they hit the digital airwaves.