Stocks swing between gains and losses after Wall Street's worst day in 8 months
Thursday, 11 October 2018 · *Stocks fell in early trading Thursday after Wall Street's worst day in eight months.*
· *The consumer price index reading for September came in below expectations. *
· *Watch US indexes trade in real time here.*
Wall Street opened below key levels Thursday but found some relief from tamer-than-expected inflation data,...
According to Business Insider, investors retreated from stocks after a day of gains. Following good news from the G20 summit about growing trade tensions between Washington and Beijing, the top three..
According to Reuters, the top three markets on Wall Street dropped over 2 percent each a day after making gains.
Brought on by losses for banks, tech stocks, and industrial stocks, the strength of the..
According to Reuters, banks on Wall Street led losses on the day, citing a decline in US bond yields.
The KBW Bank index dropped 2.8-percent, with Bank of America and Citigroup losing about 3-percent..
According to CNN, Wall Street's enthusiasm over easing trade tension between Washington and Beijing turned sour.
By the afternoon on Dec. 4th, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange were..
· *Stocks erased 2018 gains Thursday. *
· *On Tuesday, Wall Street suffered its worst day since October. *
· *Watch the major US indexes trade in real time... Business Insider - BusinessAlso reported by •CBS News
Canadian shares plunged sharply on Tuesday, tracking losses on Wall Street where stocks fell on profit taking and amid fading hopes about a resolution to the... RTTNews - MarketsAlso reported by •SeattlePI.com •New Zealand Herald
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped back to losses for the year on Thursday, as U.S. stocks fell on mounting worries of slowing global... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •SeattlePI.com •New Zealand Herald
US stocks tumbled on Thursday, erasing this year’s slim gains in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as the arrest of a top Huawei executive... S.China Morning Post - BusinessAlso reported by •Reuters