Stocks fell and volatility rose this morning as banking sector worries persist.
U.S. stocks climbed for a second straight day Tuesday, with the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite ending near a five-week high, as jitters over bank instability eased.
U.S. equities are lower as pressure has returned to the banking sector, which remains top of mind.
What our experts think about today's market action.
U.S. stocks are falling in pre-market trading as recent banking turmoil on this side of the pond made its way to Europe.
U.S. stocks are extending last week's sharp declines that have come amid worries regarding the ultimate impact on the banking sector of the recent collapses of SVB Financial and Silvergate Capital.
U.S. equities are modestly higher in pre-market action following the February labor report that was only modestly above estimates.
U.S. stocks are higher, paring weekly losses though the markets remain choppy following this week's hawkish Congressional testimony from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
Given the topsy-turvy nature of the market thus far in 2023, it remains crucial for investors to know what they are buying—especially as it relates to growth, value, and quality.
U.S. stocks are subdued in pre-market action as the global markets remain choppy amid the backdrop of uncertainty regarding the ultimate impact of aggressive monetary policy tightening.
The S&P 500 is rising after falling the past four sessions as equites have shown some volatility amid festering uncertainty regarding the ultimate economic impact of aggressive global central bank tightening.
Investors continue to seek signs of a change in season—and clues about how the Federal Reserve might react to it.
Stocks mixed around mid-day as investors digest data.
Corn futures traded higher to start the month with weekly USDA data showing an increase in exports week over week.
Stocks lower as investors digest data, Fed commentary.
Monday’s trading saw oil rise as traders digested China’s return in demand against a continued supply strain and slower growth in world economies.
The April Live Cattle futures, LCJ23, rallied as traders digested the United States Department of Agricultures (USDA) Cattle inventory report.
U.S. stocks declining, as the markets trim a strong start to 2023 ahead of this week's host of key economic and earnings data, as well as the Fed's monetary policy decision.
U.S. equities finished mixed in a lackluster trading session, as Q4 earnings season shifted into a higher gear today.
U.S. stocks are extending a late last-week rally, with Q4 earnings season set to shift into high gear.
U.S. equities are higher, as the markets look to get back to their winning ways after a two-day losing streak.
U.S. equities are lower in pre-market trading with the Street digesting a slew of results from the banking sector to kick off Q4 earnings season.
U.S. stocks are choppy as the markets wrestle with the implications of a highly anticipated December consumer price inflation report that showed the headline figure declined but the core rate rose, both in line with expectations.
Gold prices have increased to start 2023 as the dollar index extends last Friday's losses.
The March contract for the Bloomberg Commodity Index (ERH23) was down for the third consecutive day on Thursday. Since ending 2022 at 112.80, the contract is down 5.03 at 107.77.
Bonds are bouncing into the new year after notching a record annual loss last year.
U.S. equities are solidly higher in afternoon action, paring some of the losses that have plagued the start of 2023.
U.S. equities closed out 2022 in the red, and all three major indexes registered solid losses on a yearly basis. The stock market posted its worst yearly decline since 2008.
The February crude oil contract CLG23 was down over 2% in trading early Thursday.
U.S. stocks are rising in pre-market trading, looking to rebound from yesterday's drop.
U.S. stocks continue to oscillate around the unchanged mark.
U.S. stocks are rising in pre-market action in the first trading session of the week following the long holiday weekend.
U.S. equities are modestly higher but near the unchanged mark in pre-market action.
U.S. stocks are falling sharply, giving up yesterday's rally.
Considering that a new year almost always brings surprises of one form or another, we've highlighted our top five that may define the global markets in 2023.
Inflation trends are moving in a favorable direction, but the change is likely too slow for the Fed to take its foot off the brake anytime soon.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a half point (50 basis points) on Wednesday in line with forecasts.
U.S. stocks are solidly lower as the markets continue to digest the economic implications of yesterday's 50-bp rate hike from the Fed.
U.S. stocks are soaring in pre-market trading amid a softer-than-expected November consumer price inflation report.
For the first time in a long time, muni investors may be able to earn attractive yields without having to take undue risk.
U.S. stocks ended higher in a quiet day, trimming some of the week's losses.
Oil dropped Tuesday on the release of the new Short-term Energy Outlook (STEO) released by the Energy Information Administration.
Markets may continue to see volatility in 2023 as they navigate between global economic growth and inflation fears, with central banks' decreasing rate hikes and China's reopening.
U.S. stocks are lower as the new week kicks off, even as China took further measures to ease COVID restrictions.
Weaker economic trends will likely form heading into 2023 as the Fed battles inflation, but a (hopefully) mild recession may help set stocks up for a better second half of the year.
U.S. equities are sliding as investors sift through the November labor report that showed stronger-than-expected job growth.
One of the biggest trades this year has lost steam and its outlook for the next year has become much more mixed.
U.S. stocks are choppy in pre-market trading on the heels of yesterday's drop ahead of tomorrow's comments from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
U.S. equities are mixed in pre-market trading, but the markets are on track to post weekly gains for the holiday-shortened week.
Oil prices swung down and right back up in Monday’s session among reports that OPEC+ was considering an output increase.