Dow 30

'Dow 30' - 890 News Result(s)

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Strong
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Wednesday November 25, 2020
    The Dow Jones cracked the 30,000 mark for the first time overnight as investors cheered improved global outlook and formal clearance for Joe Biden's transition to the White House.
  • Sensex Declines Around 200 points, Nifty Below 12,200; Metal, Banking Stocks Lead losses
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Monday January 27, 2020
    Wall Street fell in a broad sell-off on Friday, as investors fled equities on growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, capping the S&P 500's worst week in six months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 170 points to 28,989, S&P 500 lost 30 points to 3,295 and Nasdaq Composite dropped 87 points to 9,314.
  • Markets Set To Open Lower On Weak Global Cues
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Monday January 27, 2020
    Wall Street fell in a broad sell-off on Friday, as investors fled equities on growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, capping the S&P 500's worst week in six months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 170 points to 28,989, S&P 500 lost 30 points to 3,295 and Nasdaq Composite dropped 87 points to 9,314.
  • Dow Plunges More Than 1,000 Points On Specter Of Higher Interest Rates
    Business | Thomas Heath, The Washington Post | Friday February 9, 2018
    The Dow Jones industrial average nosedived more than 1,000 points Thursday, registering another eye-popping loss for the closely-followed index, as wild trading and fears of rising interest rates around the world took hold of traders.
  • Dow Falls 30 Points As Earnings Pour In, Consumer Discretionary Lags
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday October 28, 2016
    Sectors linked to interest rates weighed, however, as yields on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes touched a five-month high of 1.87 percent.
  • Upside Limited For 2016 Even As Earnings Bottom
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Saturday April 23, 2016
    The S&P's forward price-to-earnings ratio stands at 17.8, meaning investors are paying nearly $18 for every $1 in expected earnings over the next 12 months. That is the highest since 2004 and sharply above the average 15 level over the past 30 years, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream data.
  • Wall Street Slumps, S&P Hits Lowest Since August 24
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday January 15, 2016
    A plunge in oil prices sent US stocks sharply lower at the open on Friday, with the Nasdaq falling over 3 per cent to its lowest since August 24 and S&P 500 less than 30 points away from its August lows.
  • Wall Street Higher 30 Minutes Ahead of Fed Decision
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday December 17, 2015
    US stocks trimmed gains but remained in positive territory in afternoon trading on Wednesday, half an hour ahead of a widely anticipated interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
  • Wall Street Flat as Investors Await Bank Earnings
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Monday October 12, 2015
    US stocks were little changed on Monday as investors braced for a busy week of quarterly results from major American banks and several Dow 30 companies.
  • Wall Street Ekes Out Small Gain to Cap Strongest Week of Year
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Monday October 12, 2015
    US stocks closed slightly higher on Friday, ending the S&P 500's best week for 2015 on a quiet note as investors waited for US companies to report third-quarter earnings.
  • Wall Street Rises in Volatile Session Ahead of Jobs Data
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday September 4, 2015
    U.S. stocks ended slightly higher on Thursday as investors, on edge after recent turmoil in China's markets, looked toward a key U.S. jobs report that may figure in the Federal Reserve's decision about when to lift interest rates.
  • Wall Street Turbulence Returns as Weak China Data Magnifies Fear
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Wednesday September 2, 2015
    Turmoil returned to Wall Street on Tuesday after a brief rest, with renewed concerns about China's economy pushing major indexes down almost 3 per cent and intensifying fears of a long-term selloff.
  • World Stocks Fly After US Data, Fed Official Cools on Rate Hike
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday August 27, 2015
    World stock markets around the world rallied on Thursday and crude oil rebounded sharply after strong US economic data and hints from a Federal Reserve policymaker that a September interest rate hike was unlikely.
  • Wall Street is For Sale - But is it Cheap?
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday August 27, 2015
    To determine how cheap they are, investment pros look at yields, earnings and more. By several of those metrics, the bottom line is this: US stocks are not wildly expensive, but they are not the screaming bargains that might pull value-minded investors back into the market.
  • Wall Street Posts Biggest Rally of the Year
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Wednesday August 26, 2015
    US stocks posted their sharpest rally of the year on Tuesday, as investors sought out bargains a day after Wall Street's worst performance in four years on fears China's economy was slowing.

'Dow 30' - 890 News Result(s)

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Strong
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Wednesday November 25, 2020
    The Dow Jones cracked the 30,000 mark for the first time overnight as investors cheered improved global outlook and formal clearance for Joe Biden's transition to the White House.
  • Sensex Declines Around 200 points, Nifty Below 12,200; Metal, Banking Stocks Lead losses
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Monday January 27, 2020
    Wall Street fell in a broad sell-off on Friday, as investors fled equities on growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, capping the S&P 500's worst week in six months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 170 points to 28,989, S&P 500 lost 30 points to 3,295 and Nasdaq Composite dropped 87 points to 9,314.
  • Markets Set To Open Lower On Weak Global Cues
    Business | Edited by Peter Noronha (with inputs from agencies) | Monday January 27, 2020
    Wall Street fell in a broad sell-off on Friday, as investors fled equities on growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, capping the S&P 500's worst week in six months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 170 points to 28,989, S&P 500 lost 30 points to 3,295 and Nasdaq Composite dropped 87 points to 9,314.
  • Dow Plunges More Than 1,000 Points On Specter Of Higher Interest Rates
    Business | Thomas Heath, The Washington Post | Friday February 9, 2018
    The Dow Jones industrial average nosedived more than 1,000 points Thursday, registering another eye-popping loss for the closely-followed index, as wild trading and fears of rising interest rates around the world took hold of traders.
  • Dow Falls 30 Points As Earnings Pour In, Consumer Discretionary Lags
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday October 28, 2016
    Sectors linked to interest rates weighed, however, as yields on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes touched a five-month high of 1.87 percent.
  • Upside Limited For 2016 Even As Earnings Bottom
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Saturday April 23, 2016
    The S&P's forward price-to-earnings ratio stands at 17.8, meaning investors are paying nearly $18 for every $1 in expected earnings over the next 12 months. That is the highest since 2004 and sharply above the average 15 level over the past 30 years, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream data.
  • Wall Street Slumps, S&P Hits Lowest Since August 24
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday January 15, 2016
    A plunge in oil prices sent US stocks sharply lower at the open on Friday, with the Nasdaq falling over 3 per cent to its lowest since August 24 and S&P 500 less than 30 points away from its August lows.
  • Wall Street Higher 30 Minutes Ahead of Fed Decision
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday December 17, 2015
    US stocks trimmed gains but remained in positive territory in afternoon trading on Wednesday, half an hour ahead of a widely anticipated interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
  • Wall Street Flat as Investors Await Bank Earnings
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Monday October 12, 2015
    US stocks were little changed on Monday as investors braced for a busy week of quarterly results from major American banks and several Dow 30 companies.
  • Wall Street Ekes Out Small Gain to Cap Strongest Week of Year
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Monday October 12, 2015
    US stocks closed slightly higher on Friday, ending the S&P 500's best week for 2015 on a quiet note as investors waited for US companies to report third-quarter earnings.
  • Wall Street Rises in Volatile Session Ahead of Jobs Data
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Friday September 4, 2015
    U.S. stocks ended slightly higher on Thursday as investors, on edge after recent turmoil in China's markets, looked toward a key U.S. jobs report that may figure in the Federal Reserve's decision about when to lift interest rates.
  • Wall Street Turbulence Returns as Weak China Data Magnifies Fear
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Wednesday September 2, 2015
    Turmoil returned to Wall Street on Tuesday after a brief rest, with renewed concerns about China's economy pushing major indexes down almost 3 per cent and intensifying fears of a long-term selloff.
  • World Stocks Fly After US Data, Fed Official Cools on Rate Hike
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday August 27, 2015
    World stock markets around the world rallied on Thursday and crude oil rebounded sharply after strong US economic data and hints from a Federal Reserve policymaker that a September interest rate hike was unlikely.
  • Wall Street is For Sale - But is it Cheap?
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Thursday August 27, 2015
    To determine how cheap they are, investment pros look at yields, earnings and more. By several of those metrics, the bottom line is this: US stocks are not wildly expensive, but they are not the screaming bargains that might pull value-minded investors back into the market.
  • Wall Street Posts Biggest Rally of the Year
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Wednesday August 26, 2015
    US stocks posted their sharpest rally of the year on Tuesday, as investors sought out bargains a day after Wall Street's worst performance in four years on fears China's economy was slowing.
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