Amazon (AMZN) shares were down sharply in early trading. Amazon blamed the loss on big investments in warehouses and video. Amazon built 18 fulfillment centers during the quarter and plans to build more.
There’s no rest this Friday for Wall Street. Stocks started the day mixed as more earnings poured in and investors got their first look at economic growth in the third quarter. The Commerce Department reported that GDP came in an annualized rate of 2.9 percent last quarter, which was better than economists
It’s a jam-packed day on Wall Street as investors mull over more earnings and fresh data on the economy. An early morning rally in stocks has evaporated as the selling in global bonds intensified. The company also beat Wall Street’s revenue forecast. Will he be able to make good on Tesla’s goal of
All three major averages (^GSPC, ^DJI, ^IXIC) are lower across the board after a disappointing outlook from Apple and as crude prices (CL=F) fall for the third straight day. Apple (AAPL) shares are lower after the company’s fiscal fourth-quarter earnings failed to impress investors even though Apple
Stocks started the day mixed as investors navigate through a flood of earnings releases and wait for some key data on the economy. Investors have their eyes on Apple (AAPL). The company may report its third consecutive quarter of declining iPhone sales.
Investors are reviewing AT&T’s (T) $107.50-a-share offer for Time Warner (TWX) in a stock-and-cash deal valued at more than $85 billion. AT&T is the nation’s second biggest wireless phone carrier and already owns Direct TV. The proposed deal with Time Warner would make AT&T the owner of Time Warner
Wall Street slipping to end the week as mixed earnings reports, and a stronger dollar, weigh on stocks. Catch The Final Round at 4p ET with Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer, Cathie Wood of Ark Invest, and reporter Jared Blikre. Let’s take a look at some of today’s winners and losers.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. joins us live from the New York Stock Exchange. To discuss the other big stories of the day, Alexis Christoforous is joined by Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer and Mark Martiak, senior wealth strategist at Premier Wealth First Allied Securities. Now we want to
Low-wage jobs saw outsized gains in the recovery, while mid-wage jobs realized the biggest losses in the recession. While globalization and outsourcing partly contributed to the shift in jobs, technological forces and automation are the largest factors says Martin Ford, author of Rise of the Robots.
Stocks on edge as the 30-year treasury yield hits a new all time low. Is uncertainty back in play? Catch The Final Round with Alexis Christoforous, Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre and Thomson Reuters correspondent Bobbi Rebell.
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Investors are trying to regain all of the Brexit-fueled losses. However, oil may stop them in their tracks. We'll tell you why. Plus, Tesla is under investigation. A driver was killed while using the Model "S" autopilot feature. Could it impact the future of the auto industry? Also,
Stocks up three days in a row as the Bank of England becomes the latest to suggest monetary easing is on the way. We break down another big day in the markets. Catch The Final Round with Jen Rogers and markets correspondent Nicole Sinclair.
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The report card is out on big banks. Not everyone passed the Fed's stress test. Did your bank make the cut? Netflix wants to expand its global reach. We'll tell you which country it's setting its sights on next. Plus, why Walmart is being sued over the way debit card transactions are being
Stocks surge for a second day as the Brexit fears take a back seat. But will the Fed's stress test results put the squeeze back on stocks? Catch The Final Round at 4 p.m. ET with Jen Rogers and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer.
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Investors are looking to fight back after the Brexit breakdown, but will the latest economic numbers help? Plus, Donald Trump is blasting North American leaders. We'll tell you why he says the North American trade agreement is killing blue collared jobs. And the biggest online lender finds out a
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