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Stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) slide as tax bill concerns persist. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland.
Markets finished lower on Thursday after Senator Marco Rubio stated that he would vote against the Republican Tax Bill if child tax credit is not increased sufficiently.
Don’t rule out choppy late-year trading as lawmakers grapple over the final details of the tax overhaul. Especially in shares of smaller U.S. companies.
The Russell 2000 index of small capitalization shares fell sharply on Thursday, seeing a steeper drop than the overall market. The index fell 1.1%, its biggest one-day percentage decline since Nov. 7. ...
The main indexes erased small gains and were trading near session lows as selling extended into afternoon trading Thursday.
A week ago Monday, Nasdaq allowed shares of Wins Finance to resume trading. In the notice, Wins warns: The Company believes that the relatively small number of ordinary shares that are in the public float may have contributed to the volatility of the trading price of its ordinary shares, and that such trading is unrelated to its operating performance.
One of the more telegraphed rate hikes in recent memory came to fruition Wednesday when the Federal Reserve raised its key lending rate to 1.25% to 1.5%.
Passive investing won 2016. Not only did the vanilla style of investing broadly outperform its active counterparts last year, but it extended its domination as the strategy of choice. This year the two ...
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Small-cap stocks are often overlooked for being the runts of the market litter, but like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, they could be used as a way to illuminate the path forward. An improving macro-economic environment and the potential for tax reform should've been a boon for small-cap stocks at the top of the year. The Russell 1000 returned 21% year-to-date compared to the Russell 2000's 14%, according to Bloomberg.