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  • US Economy Contracts 32.9% In June Quarter, Wall Street Crashes

    US Economy Contracts 32.9% In June Quarter, Wall Street Crashes

    The drop in GDP was more than triple the previous all-time decline of 10 per cent in the second quarter of 1958

  • US Stocks Rise In Early Trade On Hopes Of Swift Economic Recovery

    US Stocks Rise In Early Trade On Hopes Of Swift Economic Recovery

    Wall Street LIVE Updates: The technology stocks-heavy Nasdaq Composite gained 47.45 points, or 0.48 per cent, to 9,943.31 at the opening bell.

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Have A Weak Start

    Sensex, Nifty Likely To Have A Weak Start

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.6 per cent. In Japan, where a Reuters survey showed most firms feel stimulus measures announced so far are insufficient, the Nikkei fell 1.3 per cent.

  • Dow Surges Again After US Economic Relief Bill Advances

    Dow Surges Again After US Economic Relief Bill Advances

    The Dow surged for a third straight session Thursday after a massive US economic relief package cleared the Senate and data showed an unprecedented spike in unemployment claims.

  • Wall Street Posts Cautious Gains After Steep Losses On Coronavirus

    Wall Street Posts Cautious Gains After Steep Losses On Coronavirus

    The Federal Reserve opened swap lines with central banks in nine new countries to ensure the world's dollar-dependent financial system continued to function.

  • US Shares Rebound As Central Bank Boosts Liquidity To Fight Virus Effect

    US Shares Rebound As Central Bank Boosts Liquidity To Fight Virus Effect

    On Tuesday, the Trump administration pursued an $850 billion stimulus package to buttress the economy and mulled sending Americans $1,000 checks within two weeks.

  • Worst Day For Wall Street In 3 Decades As Coronavirus Slams Economy

    Worst Day For Wall Street In 3 Decades As Coronavirus Slams Economy

    Wall Street stocks had their worst day since 1987 on Monday, joining the global market carnage as the coronavirus outbreak shut down a widening part of the US and global economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 12.9 percent, or nearly 3,000 points, at 20,188.52.

  • US Markets Crash Again As Dow Plunges 1,700 Points In Early Trade

    US Markets Crash Again As Dow Plunges 1,700 Points In Early Trade

    Trading in US markets was halted for the second time this week after Dow Jones Industrial Average Index slipped 1,700 points in early trade on Thursday.USequities plunged 7 per cent, triggering a NYSE circuit breaker that halts trading for 15 minutes, news agency Bloomberg reported.

  • Dow Sheds Above 4%, Nearly Erases Tuesday Gains In Early Trade

    Dow Sheds Above 4%, Nearly Erases Tuesday Gains In Early Trade

    US markets were once again staring at a bearish day at hand as the Dow Jones industrial average shed more than 1,000 points or above 4 per cent in early trade. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices also slipped more than 2 per cent each. The sell off meant that the Dow Jones index nearly wiped off the 1,167 point gain it managed in Tuesday's trade.

  • A Day After Rout, Wall Street Buoyed On Stimulus Hopes

    A Day After Rout, Wall Street Buoyed On Stimulus Hopes

    Wall Street rebounded on Tuesday as investors pinned their hopes on policy easing by major central banks and governments after global markets plummeted in the previous session on fears of a coronavirus-driven recession. Traders now expect the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates for a second time this month, with President Donald Trump piling more...

  • Dow Jones Dives 2,000 Points After Oil Shock

    Dow Jones Dives 2,000 Points After Oil Shock

    Global stocks plunged on Monday and prices for crude oil tumbled as much as 33 per centafter Saudi Arabia launched a price war with Russia.

  • Asian Shares Mixed After US Central Bank Announces Unscheduled Rate Cut

    Asian Shares Mixed After US Central Bank Announces Unscheduled Rate Cut

    In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged 0.2 per cent higher, after easing hopes drove gains on Tuesday. Overnight in the US, the Dow Jones industrial average, Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 each closed down close to 3 per cent.

  • World's Richest Lose $444 Billion As Coronavirus Spooks Markets

    World's Richest Lose $444 Billion As Coronavirus Spooks Markets

    Last week was an expensive one for most investors, even for billionaires. The combined fortunes of the world's 500 richest people fell by $444 billion as the coronavirus continued to spread -- and spread fear -- rattling equity markets worldwide.

  • Markets Poised To Extend Gains For Second Consecutive Day

    Markets Poised To Extend Gains For Second Consecutive Day

    The European markets had edged higher on Monday due to relief that UK finally exited the European Union. US stocks also rallied overnight, boosted by surprise strength in US manufacturing activity, following a sharp selloff last week on concerns about the economic impact of coronavirus. The Dow Jones rose 143 points or 0.5 per cent to 28,399, Na...

  • Markets Likely To Open Higher Ahead of Economic Survey

    Markets Likely To Open Higher Ahead of Economic Survey

    The Dow Jones reversed course towards the end of the session and rose 124 points to close at 28,859, the S&P 500 added 10 points to end at 3283 and Nasdaq Composite was up 23 points to close at 9298.

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'Dow Jones' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • US Economy Contracts 32.9% In June Quarter, Wall Street Crashes

    US Economy Contracts 32.9% In June Quarter, Wall Street Crashes

    The drop in GDP was more than triple the previous all-time decline of 10 per cent in the second quarter of 1958

  • US Stocks Rise In Early Trade On Hopes Of Swift Economic Recovery

    US Stocks Rise In Early Trade On Hopes Of Swift Economic Recovery

    Wall Street LIVE Updates: The technology stocks-heavy Nasdaq Composite gained 47.45 points, or 0.48 per cent, to 9,943.31 at the opening bell.

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Have A Weak Start

    Sensex, Nifty Likely To Have A Weak Start

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.6 per cent. In Japan, where a Reuters survey showed most firms feel stimulus measures announced so far are insufficient, the Nikkei fell 1.3 per cent.

  • Dow Surges Again After US Economic Relief Bill Advances

    Dow Surges Again After US Economic Relief Bill Advances

    The Dow surged for a third straight session Thursday after a massive US economic relief package cleared the Senate and data showed an unprecedented spike in unemployment claims.

  • Wall Street Posts Cautious Gains After Steep Losses On Coronavirus

    Wall Street Posts Cautious Gains After Steep Losses On Coronavirus

    The Federal Reserve opened swap lines with central banks in nine new countries to ensure the world's dollar-dependent financial system continued to function.

  • US Shares Rebound As Central Bank Boosts Liquidity To Fight Virus Effect

    US Shares Rebound As Central Bank Boosts Liquidity To Fight Virus Effect

    On Tuesday, the Trump administration pursued an $850 billion stimulus package to buttress the economy and mulled sending Americans $1,000 checks within two weeks.

  • Worst Day For Wall Street In 3 Decades As Coronavirus Slams Economy

    Worst Day For Wall Street In 3 Decades As Coronavirus Slams Economy

    Wall Street stocks had their worst day since 1987 on Monday, joining the global market carnage as the coronavirus outbreak shut down a widening part of the US and global economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 12.9 percent, or nearly 3,000 points, at 20,188.52.

  • US Markets Crash Again As Dow Plunges 1,700 Points In Early Trade

    US Markets Crash Again As Dow Plunges 1,700 Points In Early Trade

    Trading in US markets was halted for the second time this week after Dow Jones Industrial Average Index slipped 1,700 points in early trade on Thursday.USequities plunged 7 per cent, triggering a NYSE circuit breaker that halts trading for 15 minutes, news agency Bloomberg reported.

  • Dow Sheds Above 4%, Nearly Erases Tuesday Gains In Early Trade

    Dow Sheds Above 4%, Nearly Erases Tuesday Gains In Early Trade

    US markets were once again staring at a bearish day at hand as the Dow Jones industrial average shed more than 1,000 points or above 4 per cent in early trade. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices also slipped more than 2 per cent each. The sell off meant that the Dow Jones index nearly wiped off the 1,167 point gain it managed in Tuesday's trade.

  • A Day After Rout, Wall Street Buoyed On Stimulus Hopes

    A Day After Rout, Wall Street Buoyed On Stimulus Hopes

    Wall Street rebounded on Tuesday as investors pinned their hopes on policy easing by major central banks and governments after global markets plummeted in the previous session on fears of a coronavirus-driven recession. Traders now expect the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates for a second time this month, with President Donald Trump piling more...

  • Dow Jones Dives 2,000 Points After Oil Shock

    Dow Jones Dives 2,000 Points After Oil Shock

    Global stocks plunged on Monday and prices for crude oil tumbled as much as 33 per centafter Saudi Arabia launched a price war with Russia.

  • Asian Shares Mixed After US Central Bank Announces Unscheduled Rate Cut

    Asian Shares Mixed After US Central Bank Announces Unscheduled Rate Cut

    In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged 0.2 per cent higher, after easing hopes drove gains on Tuesday. Overnight in the US, the Dow Jones industrial average, Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 each closed down close to 3 per cent.

  • World's Richest Lose $444 Billion As Coronavirus Spooks Markets

    World's Richest Lose $444 Billion As Coronavirus Spooks Markets

    Last week was an expensive one for most investors, even for billionaires. The combined fortunes of the world's 500 richest people fell by $444 billion as the coronavirus continued to spread -- and spread fear -- rattling equity markets worldwide.

  • Markets Poised To Extend Gains For Second Consecutive Day

    Markets Poised To Extend Gains For Second Consecutive Day

    The European markets had edged higher on Monday due to relief that UK finally exited the European Union. US stocks also rallied overnight, boosted by surprise strength in US manufacturing activity, following a sharp selloff last week on concerns about the economic impact of coronavirus. The Dow Jones rose 143 points or 0.5 per cent to 28,399, Na...

  • Markets Likely To Open Higher Ahead of Economic Survey

    Markets Likely To Open Higher Ahead of Economic Survey

    The Dow Jones reversed course towards the end of the session and rose 124 points to close at 28,859, the S&P 500 added 10 points to end at 3283 and Nasdaq Composite was up 23 points to close at 9298.

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