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The Federal Reserve is set to announce another interest rate increase on Wednesday in what could be its first of four moves to tighten financial conditions this year.
Winnebago, Illumina and JD.com posted early gains Wednesday as investors awaited the Fed's rate policy vote.
Philip Morris International Inc. said Wednesday it has ceased all cigarette production at the facility of its Greek affiliate Papastratos, which will now only produce HEETS, the tobacco units used with ...
A steep market sell-off trapped bulls above a key level of resistance at the beginning of this week, according to one technician. That may have triggered a series of technical signs that imply near-term ...
A steep market sell-off trapped bulls above a key level of resistance at the beginning of this week, according to one technician. That may have triggered a series of technical signs that imply near-term pain.
Michael J. Bazdarich argues there’s more slack remaining in the U.S. economy than others believe and says the recent tax cuts won’t be inflationary.
Canada's main stock index futures dipped on Wednesday as with investors brace for a near-certain raise U.S. interest rates and watch for signals from the Federal Reserve on how many more to expect for ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sitting pretty at the end of January. Here's the latest from Barron's reporters... 6:57 a.m. It's all about the Federal Reserve today, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the market isn't doing much this morning. S&P 500 futures have ticked up half a point, while Dow Jones Industrial Average futures have risen 5 points.
Southwest Airlines Co. cut its outlook for first-quarter revenue per available seat mile (RASM) to be in line with a year ago from previous guidance of a 1% to 2% increase, primarily because the competitive ...
Applied Materials, Lam Research and hot IPO Smart Global rejoined ASML and Teradyne in buy zones. That's a good sign for a stock market rally hit by Facebook.
World shares were flat on Wednesday and the dollar eased off three-week highs as investors marked time before a likely hike in U.S. interest rates and awaited guidance on how many more to expect for this year. Markets are on edge, not only because of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting which should deliver the first rate rise of 2018, but also because of a selloff in U.S. tech shares, which has wiped almost $50 billion off the value of Facebook (FB.O) this week amid uproar over the alleged misuse of users' data. The Facebook losses have filtered through other tech shares in the United States and overseas, with shares in Twitter (TWTR.N) falling more than 10 percent on Tuesday (.SPX).