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Stocks ended little changed Friday, as ongoing signs of the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic compounded with fears of rising U.S.-China tensions. Still, the three major U.S. equity indices posted weekly advances of about 3%, with investors largely factoring in the fallout from the COVID-19 crisis into asset prices.
Alex Reffett, Principal at East Paces Group, joins The Final Round to discuss how Baby boomers and Gen-Xers can work to recoup their market losses for retirement.
The Conference Board Senior Economist Erik Lundh joins Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung and Zack Guzman to discuss China's plans set up national security agencies in Hong Kong and the growing tensions between Beijing and Washington.
Former COO of Stitch Fix Julie Bornstein joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to weigh in on the launch of her new shopping platform ‘The Yes’.
Entourage Effect Capital Managing Partner Matt Hawkins joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move to assess how the coronavirus has impacted the cannabis industry.
Microsoft launched its new surface products during the coronavirus pandemic. Microsoft CPO Panos Panay joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move to discuss how the company is faring and the outlook for tech businesses amid the outbreak.
Mergers and acquisitions have taken a hit amid the coronavirus crisis. MMG Advisors Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner Allan Ellinger joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to assess the outlook for M&A and weigh in on the retail apocalypse.
As more states continue to reopen, people are questioning how the government will prevent a new spike in COVID-19 cases. Sinan Aral, David Austin Professor of Management at MIT and Author of “The Hype Machine” joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move to discuss why states need to coordinate reopening amongst each other.
According to a new assessment from risk assessment firm RapidRatings, the U.S. airline most in danger of going bankrupt is American Airlines. Rapid Ratings CEO James Gellert joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to discuss.
Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial Chief Market Strategist, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the overall markets around Friday's opening bell. Krosby also weighs in on what companies she's keeping an eye on, including Disney, Carnival Cruise Lines and more.
Michael Gapen, Barclays Chief U.S. Economist, joined Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland, Andy Serwer, and Dan Roberts to discuss his outlook for the US economy and what the shape of recovery may look like.
All three major indices closed in the red after Thursday’s trading session, falling due to the recent update from the U.S. Labor Department on initial unemployment claims and rising tensions in U.S.-China relations. The Final Round panel discusses the latest.
Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist Kristina Hooper joins Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung and Seana Smith to discuss Jerome Powell's remarks as the Fed chair notes the U.S. economy faces ‘great uncertainty.’
An additional 2.438 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending May 16, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman and Heidi Chung break down the details.
Edgewell is a personal-care business that owns brands including Schick, Banana Boat, and Wet Ones. Edgewell CEO Rod Little joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move to discuss the outlook for the personal-care industry.
The main trend is up, but momentum is trending lower with the formation of the closing price reversal top on Thursday and its confirmation on Friday.
Stocks edged down Friday morning as ongoing signs of the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic compounded with fears of rising U.S.-China tensions. A slew of quarterly corporate earnings results came in mixed.
The Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) fell 0.25% shortly after 11:30 a.m. EDT, faring somewhat better than the broader market in a familiar pattern. The Nasdaq 100 of larger Nasdaq-listed stocks fell by a similar percentage. At issue is a movement that's picking up steam, aimed at keeping Chinese companies from remaining listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
Oil prices tumbled and global equity markets fell on Friday as China's move to impose a new security law on Hong Kong further strained U.S.-China relations and clouded economic recovery prospects. China also dropped its annual growth target for the first time, adding to uncertainty about the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, boosting safe-haven investments such as U.S. Treasuries and the dollar. China said it would impose new national security legislation on Hong Kong, leading President Donald Trump to warn that Washington would react "very strongly" against any attempt to gain more control over the former British colony.
Fed officials are hanging up hopes for a V-shaped economy recovery, warning that the U.S. economy is at risk of suffering damage that could make for a bumpy road in the short to medium-term.
More investors watching stocks this summer may decrease volatility, top strategist tells Yahoo Finance