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Wall Street hits six-week low on Trump''s healthcare bill defeat

Wall Street`s main indexes hit their lowest levels in six weeks on Monday after Republicans pulled a healthcare bill, raising questions about President Donald Trump`s ability to deliver on his ambitious economic agenda.

Jio customers to remain loyal even with paid services: Report

Jio customers to remain loyal even with paid services: Report

As Jio will make its services paid from April 1, 2017, it was thought that many customers may stop subscribing to it, but a research conducted by brokerage firm Bernstein showed opposite trend.

Trump attacks restrictions on big banks, retirement advisers

Trump attacks restrictions on big banks, retirement advisers

President Donald Trump has launched his long-promised attack on banking rules that were rushed into law after the nation's economic crisis, signing new orders after meeting with business and investment chiefs and pledging further action to free big banks from restrictions.

Dow passes 20,000 points for the first time

Dow passes 20,000 points for the first time

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the most famous equity index benchmark on Wall Street, shot above 20,000 for the first time Wednesday.

Wall Street ends solid 2016 on dour note

Wall Street ends solid 2016 on dour note

US stocks slumped on the last trading day of the year on Friday, led down by Apple and other big tech stocks, but major indexes still posted solid gains in 2016.

Wall Street climbs, Nasdaq on verge of record high

US stocks rose on Monday with the Nasdaq Composite in record territory as investors snapped up technology heavyweights Microsoft, Apple and Amazon.com.

Nasdaq hits record intraday high as Wall Street soars with oil prices

Nasdaq hits record intraday high as Wall Street soars with oil prices

Wall Street rose on Monday morning, with the Nasdaq hitting a record intraday high, helped by a jump in technology shares and as higher oil prices boosted energy stocks.

Dollar strongest in 13 years; bond yields rise

The US dollar climbed on Friday to its highest level since 2003 on continued bets on faster inflation and higher interest rates, while Treasuries resumed a selloff that left yields at their highest levels of the year.

US Dollar hits 14-year high; oil dips in choppy trade

US Dollar hits 14-year high; oil dips in choppy trade

The US dollar index dipped after hitting a near 14-year high on Wednesday while oil prices swung in a volatile session as traders were caught between a build in US stockpiles and the chance of an output cut.

Dow hits new record but Trump effect eases on Wall Street

Dow hits new record but Trump effect eases on Wall Street

The Dow hit a fresh record but stock gains on Wall Street slowed Friday as the bump from Donald Trump`s surprise presidential election victory eased.

Wall Street gains, bank sector surges to 2008 high

Bank stocks and industrials surged on Thursday while Apple and other technology shares sank as Wall Street rearranged its bets to benefit from Donald Trump`s presidency.

Banks, healthcare lead post-election rally on Wall Street

US stocks rallied on Wednesday in a dramatic turnaround from overnight losses fuelled by the upset victory of Republican Donald Trump as investors poured into sectors that appeared poised to benefit from the policies of a Trump presidency.

World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

Equity investors froze at the prospect of a tight finish to the US presidential race, with the US S&P 500 sliding for the ninth straight session, its longest fall since 1980.

Wall Street sells off amid weak earnings, election jitters

Wall Street sold off on Tuesday as disappointing corporate reports gave a sour tone to the start of earnings season and investors digested possible changing dynamics for the upcoming U.S. elections.

Asian shares fall, brace for bruising U.S. presidential debate

Asian shares fall, brace for bruising U.S. presidential debate

Asian shares began the week under a cloud on Monday after losses on Wall Street, and as investors` attention turned from central banks to American politics ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate. 

Shares crumble as oil falls, bond yields soar on stimulus doubts

Shares crumble as oil falls, bond yields soar on stimulus doubts

Asian shares wallowed near six-week lows on Wednesday, bruised by a fall in oil prices on renewed worries about a supply glut and as investors grew nervous about the diminishing capacity of the world`s major central banks to shore up economic growth.

World stocks hit one-year highs as Fed hike prospects fade

World stocks hit one-year highs as Fed hike prospects fade

 World stocks hit their highest in more than a year and the dollar fell against the yen on Wednesday as expectations of a rise in Federal Reserve interest rates receded after weak US economic data.

US consumer spending data boosts Wall Street shares

US consumer spending data boosts Wall Street shares

Wall Street registered solid gains Monday on signs of firm US consumer spending and rising expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates as soon as late September.

Wall Street slips as car sales dent economic hopes

Stocks fell Tuesday on Wall Street.

US retail sales, industrial output data buoy economic outlook

US retail sales, industrial output data buoy economic outlook

US retail sales rose more than expected in June as Americans bought motor vehicles and a variety of other goods, reinforcing views that economic growth picked up in the second quarter.