The Dow Jones Industrial average gained another 1,000 points Wednesday, setting another record and topping 22,000 points on the day. The market has been on the upward trend as of late, thanks to what some are calling “the Trump bump”—a
The Dow had its sights on the 22,000 milestone on Tuesday, as stocks looked to continue their record run amid strong corporate earnings. As of 9:31 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 94 points, or 0.4%, to 21,986.
If Wall Street is concerned about all the drama in D.C., it’s definitely not showing it. The stock market keeps rewriting the record book despite the political scandals and legislative gridlock in Washington. The Dow did it again on Friday,
The first half of the year is about to come to a close. And despite all the drama in Washington, and lack of any significant progress from the White House and Congress to get anything major done to help the
Wall Street doesn’t seem worried at all about FBI director James Comey’s hearing in Congress.The Dow, after initially trading sideways, jumped to a new all-time high Thursday afternoon toward the end of the highly-anticipated testimony. The index ended the day
Remember when Wall Street was worried about President Trump?The Dow popped 136 points to 21,144 on Thursday, landing at its first record close since March 1. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq also finished at all-time highs. While many American were
1. A tale of two airlines: British Airways owner IAG (BABWF) shed 4% on Tuesday after a major IT failure forced the airline to cancel thousands of flights over the holiday weekend. British Airways’ computer system has since been restored.
On Nov. 9, the day after Donald Trump was elected president, the stock market exploded.The Dow added 257 points after diving nearly 900 points overnight. And on hopes of tax cuts, infrastructure spending and industry deregulation, the market’s biggest laggards
PREMARKET WORLD NEWS Jun E-mini S&Ps (ESM17 -0.04%) this morning are down -0.06% as they fell back from a record high in overnight trading and European stocks are down -0.52% as they retreated from a 1-1/2 year high. Stock prices
PREMARKET WORLD NEWS June E-mini S&Ps (ESM17 +0.05%) are little changed this morning ahead of the U.S. April payroll report and Sunday’s French presidential election. The Euro Stoxx 50 index is down -0.25% as European stocks have turned a little