The latest financial news from the reporters at Yahoo Finance.
Dow adds 278 points, or 0.8%, to rise for the first time in three sessions as strong earnings outweigh virus jitters: Aug 4
Stocks rose on Tuesday, with investors' growth concerns and worries over the Delta variant's spread at least temporarily outweighed by optimism over a batch of better-than-expected quarterly earnings results.
Dow erases earlier gains to close lower, pulling back from an intraday record high as earnings roll in: August 3
Stocks turned lower Monday afternoon to close out the session in the red, giving back some gains after a winning July.
July jobs report, Etsy and Square earnings: What to know this week: August 2
The July jobs report and another packed schedule of second-quarter corporate earnings results await investors this week, offering a host of potentially market-moving events.
Stocks rise as investors look past disappointing GDP, jobless claims: July 30
Stocks rose on Thursday as investors looked beyond a weak set of economic data and a mixed batch of corporate earnings results. Traders also considered a Federal Reserve decision that signaled the central bank was still looking for the U.S. economy to recover further before adjusting its monetary policies.
S&P 500, Dow fall while Nasdaq gains after Fed signals recovery has a ways to go before reaching goals: July 29
Stocks were mixed on Wednesday, with investors digesting a slew of earnings results and looking ahead to another set of reports. A monetary policy statement from the Federal Reserve is also slated for release.
Stocks pull back from record levels with Big Tech earnings on deck; Nasdaq drops 0.2%: July 28
Stocks declined Tuesday on the heels of another record-setting session, with investors looking ahead to the start of earnings results from mega-cap technology companies on Tuesday. Concerns over the spread of the Delta variant and a regulatory crackdown in China also lingered.
Oh my HELL!!! I’m looking for financial information on the markets!!!! Not a recap of the failing NY Times article on Trump’s TAXES! And as a representative for “Yahoo Finance” you should be able to give an honest report, even if it is about Trump’s TAXES! As a business owner myself, I have become accustom to looking at all the ways governments collect TAX! Income tax is just one Method! If you honestly cannot give accurate information what good are YOU! Take a look at payroll tax sometime please! The government wants part of every employees paycheck (not the estimated income tax part)! And demand that the business match that. So think of all the employees in Trump businesses, times that number by median gross income now times that by 7%! That is tax collected from the Trump! And the statement “He his getting around tax law by ...” is a misleading LIE! Obeying the law and paying the demanded tax is not getting around the TAX LAW! And while you are at it, look at other ways the government sneaks money into their coffers! BTW businesses never pay any tax, businesses collect tax. And often the tax the government forces business to collect makes the business model not work. Look into the tax collected from the pot industry in CA and then understand way the black market for pot was not affected by legalizing pot!
The narrator is awful. The producer should be fired..
In the edition I listened to this morning it sounded so obvious that a script was being written by an amateur that I could not get past the poor quality of the delivery in order to focus on the content
The narrator of this podcast should never, ever be allowed near a functioning microphone. Sure, he can read the script but he has not yet developed the skills needed to sound as if he isn’t.
The producer of this should be fired for okaying the release of this poorly-produced waste of time.
Is this really the best you can do, Yahoo?
Insulting to my intelligence
Poorly supported, wildly speculative, fear mongering, clearly biased, and selfish. Tax cuts have produced massive deficits with no growth. This is just a propaganda piece. Yahoo finance is better than this garbage.