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Poor China data caps turbulent week for FTSE 100 as investors rush for exits

LONDON, Dec 15 ― Weak economic data from China sent Britain's top stock index down yesterday as miners, consumer stocks and banks suffered from investors' mounting anxiety about the world's second-biggest economy. The FTSE 100 ended the day down…


UK stocks battered as PM May delays Brexit vote

MILAN, Dec 11 ― British shares fell yesterday as a delay to a parliamentary vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal threw the country's political future into the unknown, hitting the pound and domestically-exposed companies from…


UK-focused FTSE stocks poised for worst day since 2016 Brexit vote

LONDON, Dec 6 — UK shares plunged today, with domestically-focused stocks poised for their worst day since June 2016 when Britain voted to leave the European Union, as investors grew more nervous ahead of a crucial government vote on Brexit next…


Retail gloom, tech weakness pin down Wall Street

NEW YORK, Nov 20 — US stocks were set to open sharply lower today as poor forecasts from retailers including Target Corp and Kohls Corp for the holiday quarter fed into a market driven lower this week by concerns about demand for iPhones. Another…


US stocks drops on China concerns, oil slide

NEW YORK, Nov 9 — US stocks fell today, with shares of technology, energy and industrial companies bearing the brunt of a selloff, as weak Chinese data and declines in oil prices raised concerns about global growth. As investors shunned growth…


Global growth worries set to weigh on Wall Street at open

NEW YORK, Nov 9 — US stocks were set to fall at the open today, as a batch of weak Chinese data raised concerns about global growth a day after the Federal Reserve hinted at gradual tightening of borrowing costs. The news gave investors a reason…


Micro Focus leads UK’s FTSE higher in choppy trade

LONDON, Nov 5 — UK shares were flat to slightly higher in choppy today trade after hitting their highest in nearly two weeks as leading software group MicroFocus surprised with robust revenue outlook and Evraz was boosted by gains in steel prices…


Amazon vs. Apple — which should you own if you can only own one?

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nvestors have been increasingly reliant on Big Tech stocks in recent years. But not every tech company is created equal. The two biggest technology companies — Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.89% and Amazon.com AMZN, -1.65% — are different in many ways, yet are sometimes mentioned in the same sentence simply because of their dominance and size. In August, Apple became the first company in history whose market capitalization topped $1 trillion. Amazon followed soon after in early September, though has since fallen a bit. Many investors are eager to own both of those companies. But should they? Here’sRead More


Wall Street flat as Italy budget woes hit Europe, boost dollar

NEW YORK, Sept 29 ― The US dollar rose yesterday as the euro fell on deepening worries about an Italian budget with a higher-than-expected deficit target, which also slammed European stocks. Wall Street ended flat, pulling back from early gains…


Industrials lead Dow to record high, tech boosts S&P and Nasdaq

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NEW YORK, Sept 21 — Trade-sensitive industrial stocks led the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record closing high yesterday, the last of Wall Street's main indexes to fully regain ground since a correction that began in January. All three major…