Although stock market instability still affects the market worldwide, but an International economist argued that it is far from upsetting American middle class. However, market volatility continued as indexes fell for five consecutive days.
U.S. stock declined sharply on Monday over concern of economic condition and oil price. The Fed is scheduled to have a meeting this week, and market anxiously wait for the next step U.S. central bank will take.
Report on Coca-Cola profit and revenue this quarter shows a drop of nearly 5%. A strong dollar has resulted to a less value in Coca-Cola revenue from outside North America. The global economic slowdown also affected Coca-Cola revenues resulting a revenue cutback.
The US stocks were beaten down adversely during the third quarter ended September as Wall Street recorded bleak performance in any quarter ever since 2011. Barring limited bargain buying, there was no much buying support in the market.
Going the by technical charts on S&P 500 index movement, the formation of 'Bearish Divergence' is a warning signal for investors not to take any fresh positions. The relative strength index (RSI) is moving downwards when equity prices are trending higher.
It may be by far the most valuable American company but Apple Inc still can’t get into at least one exclusive club – the 30-member Dow Jones Industrial Average.
U.S. stocks closed out their best year in more than 15 on Tuesday, rising modestly on a strong consumer confidence reading that kept 2013's upward bias intact to the end.
The market has quieted a day before the US Thanksgiving, but retail stocks Barnes & Noble, Crocs, and Rite Aid are still making waves all over the world.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) Co Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman's recent email to its over 300,000 employees had stressed the need for the company to work harder and regain the top spot in the corporate technology services market.