Despite trade wars and an historically long government shutdown, January was a banner month for stocks and the best in more than 30 years, the Wall Street Journal reported. That was after the worst December the markets had seen since

General Electric’s stock surged nearly 12% Thursday as the industrial conglomerate reported revenue that was stronger than analysts had expected and as new CEO Lawrence Culp reassured investors a long-awaited turnaround may finally be underway. GE said revenue rose 5.4%

Apple stock was a Wall Street darling when it peaked at $ 233 a share on October 3, raising its market cap to a world-record $ 1.1 trillion. So it’s no surprise that the iPhone-maker’s 33% drop since then has

Following recent disappointing earnings by Apple, Intel, and other tech companies, graphics chipmaker Nvidia warned on Monday that its fourth quarter sales had fallen well below Wall Street’s expectations. The company said that it had $ 2.2 billion in revenue,

In recent years, few corner offices have had doors that revolved as fast as Mattel’s. The toymaker has replaced its CEO three times since 2015—most recently last April, when former Google executive Margo Georgiadis stepped down from the post, to

Shares in the U.K.’s Metro Bank plummeted Wednesday morning, falling as much as 33% after the bank missed profit expectations and revealed unwelcome exposure to risky commercial loans. Metro is a relative upstart, having been founded in the wake of

U.S. stock futures were pessimistic at the start of Tuesday. The Dow Industrial Average futures were down 0.7%, while the S&P 500 dropped 0.7% and the Nasdaq, 0.9%, even though stocks finished up on Friday and U.S. markets were closed

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 1.4% Friday on encouraging news about the trade tensions between the U.S. and China, helping the benchmark stock index to close the week up for the fourth straight week, its longest weekly winning streak

Snap’s stock fell nearly 9% in after-hours trading Tuesday after the camera and technology company said its chief financial officer resigned after only eight months on the job. In a filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission late Tuesday, Snap

The turmoil in the stock market has prompted institutional and retail investors alike to shift more of their investments into good-old cash, sending the total assets inside money market funds to their highest levels since early 2010. According to the