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The "Black Monday" crash of 1987 happened 30 years ago today. And we still don't really know why.
Steven Mnuchin says a failure to get tax reform would be bad for markets. Except markets aren't actually counting on tax reform.
Catalonia’s push for independence is weighing on Spain’s short-term debt and hampering stock markets across Southern Europe.
Facebook and Google undercut recent buy points following lackluster breakouts. PayPal, Altassian and Celgene, all with Composite Ratings above 95, were notable after-hours movers.
Trading volumes have fallen steadily in recent months as ultralow volatility, a lack of market-moving news and the rising popularity of passive investment funds have kept many investors on the sidelines....
Nearly two years after its initial public offering, Atlassian Inc. is heading toward a market cap of $10 billion and is unlikely to stop there.
The hedge-fund industry, while still struggling with performance and fund closures, appears to be turning a quarter after a horrendous 2016.
It is the 30th anniversary of Black Monday, and while worries about market structure abound, investors shouldn’t compare the 2017 rally to the 1987 surge that preceded the most cataclysmic single day in ...
Shares of United Continental (UAL) crashed to the bottom of the S&P 500 today, after a disappointing outlook overshadowed better-than-expected third quarter results, fueling worries about United’s ability to weather the rising costs and hold its own against low-cost rivals. Adding to the turmoil, was a contentious investor call during which CEO Oscar Munoz admitted that United had “dug ourselves in a hole” in regard to competition. The day’s trading action was a sharp reversal from just over a week ago when airline stocks rallied after American Airlines (AAL) and United raised their own guidance for average passenger revenue, and Delta Air Lines (DAL) delivered estimate-beating third quarter results.