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  • China Stocks Hit Hard As Stock Futures Track Global Sell-Off
    Rising threats of retaliatory tariffs sent global markets sprawling Tuesday. Boeing and American Express posted the Dow's heaviest early losses. China-based stocks were worst hit across much of the market. The post China Stocks Hit Hard As Stock Futures Track Global Sell-Off appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Tumble As Trump Escalates China Trade War; These 4 Top Techs Hit Buy Zones
    Dow Jones futures fell Tuesday after President Trump instructed his U.S. Trade Representative to identify a further $200 billion in Chinese goods for tariffs. Google parent Alphabet, Box, Sogou and Autodesk entered buy zones Monday, at least intraday. The post Dow Jones Futures Tumble As Trump Escalates China Trade War; These 4 Top Techs Hit Buy Zones appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq, S&P 600 Beat Dow, Intel Tests Holders; Is It Time To Buy Alphabet Again?
    Alphabet, which is developing the Waymo self-driving technology, bucked a mild decline in the stock market by rolling further past a proper new buy point Monday. The post Nasdaq, S&P 600 Beat Dow, Intel Tests Holders; Is It Time To Buy Alphabet Again? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Today: Track Market Trends And The Best Stocks To Watch
    Check the Stock Market Today column to spot changes in market trend and track the best stocks to buy and watch. The post Stock Market Today: Track Market Trends And The Best Stocks To Watch appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • U.S. Stock Market News
    Track current U.S. stock market news, and get analysis of the latest trends on the S&P 500, Nasdaq composite and Dow Jones industrial average. Plus, get timely alerts to the best stocks to buy and watch. The post U.S. Stock Market News appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Keep Paring Losses, But Dow Jones Still Lags As This Chipmaker Tumbles
    Stocks remained lower Monday afternoon, when the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled, but indexes in general continued to pare losses. The post Stocks Keep Paring Losses, But Dow Jones Still Lags As This Chipmaker Tumbles appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trade-War Fears Persist; Intel Weighs On Dow; JD.com Buoys Nasdaq
    Lingering trade-war fears carried over to the stock market near midday Monday, but the selling was mostly focused in blue-chip stocks as Intel and Walt Disney weighed on the Dow. The post Trade-War Fears Persist; Intel Weighs On Dow; JD.com Buoys Nasdaq appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Falls Over 200 Points; This Blue Chip Stock Breaks Support Level
    The Dow fell over 200 points in early trade Monday. Top chip stock and blue chip name Intel was breaking down through a key support level. The post Dow Falls Over 200 Points; This Blue Chip Stock Breaks Support Level appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Slide; Intel Downgraded; JD.com Spikes On Google Deal
    Stocks slid lower Monday as global markets remained rattled by the U.S.-China trade standoff. China stocks were highly active, however, led by JD.com. The post Stocks Slide; Intel Downgraded; JD.com Spikes On Google Deal appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Fall: These Five Chip Stocks Are Near Buy Points
    Dow Jones futures fell Monday. Five chip stocks are near buy points: Micron Technology, Texas Instruments, Broadcom, ASML and Entegris. Micron reports earnings this week. The post Dow Jones Futures Fall: These Five Chip Stocks Are Near Buy Points appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trade War Fears Abate As Market Recovers Off Lows; IPO Avalara Soars
    Trade war fears were back on the front burner Friday, but after falling 1.1% intraday, the Dow Jones industrial average ended with a loss of just 0.3%. The post Trade War Fears Abate As Market Recovers Off Lows; IPO Avalara Soars appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Pain For All? Stock Indexes In U.S., Shanghai Fall On Tariff News
    Trump announced his list of tariffs related to China. The tariff tally involves 1,100 products and will begin to go into effect July 6. China threatens to respond. The post Pain For All? Stock Indexes In U.S., Shanghai Fall On Tariff News appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Slide On Trade War, But These Top IPOs Hit New Highs
    The stock market slid early Friday — but was recovering — after the reemergence of the trade war with China. Canada Goose, Dropbox hit new highs. The post Stocks Slide On Trade War, But These Top IPOs Hit New Highs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Lower: Boeing, Cat Drag On Dow; Apparel IPO Spikes 28%
    Earnings news drove Adobe and Canada Goose, while trade-sensitive stocks dived Friday on the latest skirmish in the U.S. and China trade war. The post Stocks Lower: Boeing, Cat Drag On Dow; Apparel IPO Spikes 28% appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Fall As Trump Steps Up China Trade War; Watch These Key Stocks
    Dow Jones futures fell Friday as U.S-China trade war fears heat up. President Trump is set to OK tariffs on $50 billion in China goods, with reports that he's close to finalizing duties on a further $100 billion. The post Dow Jones Futures Fall As Trump Steps Up China Trade War; Watch These Key Stocks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: These 5 Stocks Are Notable Movers; Trump OKs China Tariffs
    Stock futures were steady late Thursday. Adobe fell despite a beat-and-raise report. Chinese livestreaming IPOs iQiyi, Huya and Bilibili kept rising late. The post Dow Jones Futures: These 5 Stocks Are Notable Movers; Trump OKs China Tariffs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Growth Stocks, Nasdaq Dominate Market Gains; Netflix Ushers This Key Sell Signal
    The Nasdaq commanded the upside again and growth stocks showed strong moves on Thursday. The NYSE composite edged slightly lower and fell for a third day in a row. The post Growth Stocks, Nasdaq Dominate Market Gains; Netflix Ushers This Key Sell Signal appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Hits New High, Fueled By Strength In Security Software Stocks; Etsy Surges
    The Nasdaq composite surged to another all-time high Thursday, helped by strength in security software stocks. Etsy exploded higher on bullish sales guidance. The post Nasdaq Hits New High, Fueled By Strength In Security Software Stocks; Etsy Surges appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Leads Stock Market Higher On Retail Data; Two Chip Stocks Break Out
    In the retail sector, a handful of stocks are working on bases, which could lead to breakouts. Two chip stocks broke out Thursday morning. The post Nasdaq Leads Stock Market Higher On Retail Data; Two Chip Stocks Break Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Indexes Power Up; These Top Stocks Surge To Record Highs
    The stock market gained strength in early trade Thursday. Netflix, Amazon and Etsy hit record highs. The post Stock Indexes Power Up; These Top Stocks Surge To Record Highs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Start Higher On ECB Outlook: Etsy, 2 IPOs Seize New Highs
    Mylan and Oracle dragged on early trade, but positive news out of Europe sent futures higher, and IPOs Etsy, Huya and Pivotal were poised to nail news highs. The post Stocks Start Higher On ECB Outlook: Etsy, 2 IPOs Seize New Highs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: These 4 Top Stocks In Buy Range Boast Rising Profit Estimates
    Stock futures were little changed. Alibaba, ServiceNow, Red Hat, Veeva Systems are all in buy zones and on the Rising Profit Estimates list. The post Dow Jones Futures: These 4 Top Stocks In Buy Range Boast Rising Profit Estimates appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tech Stocks Fade As Fed Raises Rates; Netflix Bucks Trend, Leads FANG Stocks
    Tech stocks were in favor for most of Wednesday's session as the Nasdaq composite marked another all-time closing high. But a 0.6% intraday gain faded by the close. The post Tech Stocks Fade As Fed Raises Rates; Netflix Bucks Trend, Leads FANG Stocks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • FAANG Stocks, Nasdaq Hold Firm After Fed Hike; How Far Can Netflix Rise From Here?
    Netflix and other FAANG stocks continue to show strength and boost the Nasdaq composite higher. The index made new all-time highs. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrials traded flat ahead of a Federal Reserve decision on interest rates at 2 p.m. ET. The post FAANG Stocks, Nasdaq Hold Firm After Fed Hike; How Far Can Netflix Rise From Here? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Bulls Wary As Stock Market Awaits Fed; Ferrari Breaks Out
    Stock investors expect the Federal Reserve to announce a rate hike to a range of 1.75% to 2%, which would be the highest since September 2008. The post Bulls Wary As Stock Market Awaits Fed; Ferrari Breaks Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Up Ahead Of Fed Decision; This FANG Stock Hits An All-Time High
    Stocks were modestly higher early Wednesday ahead of the Fed's interest rate decision. FANG leader Netflix hit a fresh all-time high. The post Stocks Up Ahead Of Fed Decision; This FANG Stock Hits An All-Time High appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Open Higher On AT&T Ruling; Fed Vote, Oil Data Loom
    Stocks squeezed out tight early gains as AT&T and Time Warner led an early scramble among media stocks. Banks and financial stocks held steady ahead of a Federal Reserve policy announcement. The post Stocks Open Higher On AT&T Ruling; Fed Vote, Oil Data Loom appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tesla Helps Nasdaq To 0.6% Gain; Twitter Leads S&P 500 As Growth Stocks Shine
    Another strong day for Tesla helped the Nasdaq composite to a 0.6% gain Tuesday. Positive comments from KeyBanc about Model 3 deliveries were the catalyst. The post Tesla Helps Nasdaq To 0.6% Gain; Twitter Leads S&P 500 As Growth Stocks Shine appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tesla Helps Nasdaq Index Rise After Trump-Kim Summit; 4 New Reasons To Stay Bullish In Stocks
    Tesla as well as stocks in the software, internet and retail sectors are helping drive the Nasdaq higher. Aerospace, oil and gas, mortgage services and meat stocks lagged. The post Tesla Helps Nasdaq Index Rise After Trump-Kim Summit; 4 New Reasons To Stay Bullish In Stocks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq, Small Caps Lead While Rest Of Market Snoozes, But This Sector Falls On North Korea Talks
    The Nasdaq composite made a record high Tuesday and small caps also led, but the other major indexes were largely muted.  The post Nasdaq, Small Caps Lead While Rest Of Market Snoozes, But This Sector Falls On North Korea Talks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Breakouts Scarce In Stock Market, But RH Soars
    The stock market's moderate reaction suggested that the summit's outcome was a nonevent, as far as institutional investors are concerned. The post Breakouts Scarce In Stock Market, But RH Soars appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tech Stocks Lead; Analysts Boost Tesla And This Surging Internet Stock
    The stock market was mixed after the Trump-Kim summit. Tesla stock and Twitter stock surged on positive analyst commentary. The post Tech Stocks Lead; Analysts Boost Tesla And This Surging Internet Stock appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Leads, Dow Jones Stocks Wobble; Tesla, Twitter Rise
    Dow Jones stocks edge up, but futures remain mixed ahead of the Fed. Twitter gets a price target hike. Tesla receives a production outlook increase. McDonald's prepares to detail its restructuring plans. The post Nasdaq Leads, Dow Jones Stocks Wobble; Tesla, Twitter Rise appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Dip As Trump, Kim Pledge Peace; These 4 Stocks Are Big Movers
    Futures dipped after President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a peace pledge with few details. RH, Dave & Buster's, Urban Outfitters and KMG Chemicals rose on results. Google parent Alphabet has a new buy point. The post Dow Jones Futures Dip As Trump, Kim Pledge Peace; These 4 Stocks Are Big Movers appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Futures Flat Ahead Of Fed; AT&T Ruling Charges Premarket Trade
    Health care and telecom stock futures responded after a federal judge approved AT&T's merger of Time Warner. Markets await a Fed rate policy decision on Wednesday. The post Stock Futures Flat Ahead Of Fed; AT&T Ruling Charges Premarket Trade appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Qualys Breaks Out As Nasdaq Leads Rally; Tesla Shares Haven't Done This In Months
    The major indexes staged mild gains on the eve of a historic meeting between the U.S. and North Korean leaders in Singapore. Tesla continued to muscle higher. Qualys broke out and showed the software sector is still strong. The post Qualys Breaks Out As Nasdaq Leads Rally; Tesla Shares Haven't Done This In Months appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Up Modestly, But Tesla And MercadoLibre Jump
    Besides North Korea and the Fed, the market also had to deal with continued friction related to the weekend's G-7 summit. The post Stock Market Up Modestly, But Tesla And MercadoLibre Jump appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Edge Higher As Wall Street Eyes Fed, North Korea Summit; Tesla Soars Again
    The North Korea summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un garnered a lot of headlines in the stock market Monday, but gains were muted in Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq near midday. The post Stocks Edge Higher As Wall Street Eyes Fed, North Korea Summit; Tesla Soars Again appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Narrowly Higher, As This Flawed IBD 50 Name Breaks Out
    The stock market was narrowly higher early Monday. Online dating service Match Group is breaking out above a buy point, but there are flaws. The post Stocks Narrowly Higher, As This Flawed IBD 50 Name Breaks Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Open Flat Ahead Of Fed Rate Vote, North Korea Summit
    Stocks were flat and oil prices swung lower early Monday as markets looked toward the North Korean summit, and a Fed rate vote on Wednesday. The post Stocks Open Flat Ahead Of Fed Rate Vote, North Korea Summit appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: Trump In Spotlight; These 4 Top Stocks Are In Buy Zones
    Stock futures: President Trump meets North Korea leader Kim Jong Un Tuesday. Facebook, RH, EA and Activision, all in buy range, are in focus. Cisco's CEO speaks with the tech giant setting up. The post Dow Jones Futures: Trump In Spotlight; These 4 Top Stocks Are In Buy Zones appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Reverses Higher After Soft Start; 3 China New Issues Explode Higher
    The stock market today turned in a resilient performance, ending slightly higher Friday, after weakness in shares of Apple fueled negative sentiment early. The post Nasdaq Reverses Higher After Soft Start; 3 China New Issues Explode Higher appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Higher As Street Watches G-7; Guess Which Industry Is Trying A Comeback
    The stock market held higher Friday afternoon, although gains were modest as Wall Street kept a watchful eye on the G-7 meeting in Canada. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed... Read More The post Stocks Higher As Street Watches G-7; Guess Which Industry Is Trying A Comeback appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Erases Losses, Twitter Stock Up; Is Bad News On Apple A Good Time To Buy?
    Apple is lagging the market on Friday but remains a top-performing large-cap tech since its first-stage breakout at 118.12 on Jan. 6, 2017. Intel fell but is still in good shape. Twitter is a new NYSE-based tech leader. The post Stock Market Erases Losses, Twitter Stock Up; Is Bad News On Apple A Good Time To Buy? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Indexes Sluggish, Amex Down As Unhappy G-7 Members Brace For Trump
    Quality stocks held a slight advantage Friday as seven IBD 50 stocks rose for every six that fell. The Innovator IBD 50 exchange traded fund inched up 0.2%. The post Stock Indexes Sluggish, Amex Down As Unhappy G-7 Members Brace For Trump appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tech Stocks Recover, But Apple Slides Amid Cautious iPhone Approach
    Tech stocks recovered from early weakness early Friday. Apple fell 1.5%, but remains extended from a recent buy point. The post Tech Stocks Recover, But Apple Slides Amid Cautious iPhone Approach appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Dip On Apple Warning, China Tech Query; These 2 IPOs Surge
    Apple and its suppliers weighed on global markets Friday, as the U.S. looked into Google's trade ties to China and markets kept a wary eye on the pending G7 gathering. The post Stocks Dip On Apple Warning, China Tech Query; These 2 IPOs Surge appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Markets Hunker Down Ahead Of G-7, Fed; But Surf's Way Up For Zumiez
    Zumiez and DocuSign provided bright spots in extended trade Thursday, as the Dow led a modest advance, with the Fed and Friday's G-7 meeting hanging over markets. The post Markets Hunker Down Ahead Of G-7, Fed; But Surf's Way Up For Zumiez appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • McDonald's, Chevron Lead Dow Higher; Nasdaq Slumps As Software Stocks Hit Hard
    Some of the best software stocks were the hardest hit Thursday as sellers finally came into the Nasdaq composite after four straight gains. The post McDonald's, Chevron Lead Dow Higher; Nasdaq Slumps As Software Stocks Hit Hard appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Tech Stocks Lead Nasdaq Lower, But This Sector Shows No Quit
    Stocks were mainly lower Thursday afternoon as weakness in software and other technology shares dragged the Nasdaq to a 0.7% loss. The post Tech Stocks Lead Nasdaq Lower, But This Sector Shows No Quit appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Up, Software Stocks Slammed; Tesla Faces This Big Test Now
    Software stocks got hit hard. Tesla is trying to keep rising and retake a critical technical level. McDonald's is still basing. Crude oil rose, boosting oil stocks. The post Dow Jones Up, Software Stocks Slammed; Tesla Faces This Big Test Now appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Leads Mixed Stock Session, As Oil Rises On Venezuela Problems
    Socialist Venezuela's oil production problems are cutting oil supplies and boosting prices. The post Dow Leads Mixed Stock Session, As Oil Rises On Venezuela Problems appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Blue Chips Lead Mixed Action; These Stocks Are In Buy Range
    The Dow Jones industrial average led the market's quiet action in morning trade Thursday, as energy names outperformed with a rise in the price of oil. The post Blue Chips Lead Mixed Action; These Stocks Are In Buy Range appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Edge Up, Nasdaq Flat; Qualcomm, NXP Jump As ZTE Pays Fine
    Futures were narrowly positive Thursday as Zscaler and Five Below spiked, oil prices rebounded and bond yields crept higher. The post Stocks Edge Up, Nasdaq Flat; Qualcomm, NXP Jump As ZTE Pays Fine appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Boeing Leads Blue-Chip Rally; Tesla Leads Nasdaq To All-Time High
    Strength in Boeing stock fueled a day of outperformance for the Dow Wednesday as major stock indexes extended gains. The post Boeing Leads Blue-Chip Rally; Tesla Leads Nasdaq To All-Time High appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks At Session Highs But Alphabet Eases On EU Threat
    Stocks traded at session highs Wednesday afternoon, but Google's parent Alphabet fell on news that it faces a massive fine from the EU. The post Stocks At Session Highs But Alphabet Eases On EU Threat appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Retakes 25,000 Level; When Is It Time To Buy Back Tesla?
    Leading growth stock Grubhub is still in buy range as automaker, bank, retail and consumer-oriented companies did well. Tesla is still in serious basing mode. The post Dow Jones Retakes 25,000 Level; When Is It Time To Buy Back Tesla? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Blue-Chip Stocks Lead Market; JPMorgan Battles At 50-Day Line
    Breakouts on the stock market today included savings & loan BofI Holdings, specialty chemicals company Orion Engineered Carbons and financial play Intercontinental Exchange. The post Blue-Chip Stocks Lead Market; JPMorgan Battles At 50-Day Line appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Leads Mixed Action; Retailer In Buy Zone Ahead Of Earnings
    The Dow Jones industrial average led the market's mixed action in morning trade Wednesday. Five Below will report after the market close. The post Dow Leads Mixed Action; Retailer In Buy Zone Ahead Of Earnings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Leads At Open; Tesla Climbs, Signet Spikes As Airlines Tumble
    Tesla led the Nasdaq 100, Signet topped the S&P 500 and UnitedHealth advanced the Dow in early trade Wednesday, as news from China eased trade war concerns. The post Dow Leads At Open; Tesla Climbs, Signet Spikes As Airlines Tumble appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Thursday Premarket: Stock Indexes, Tesla Face 3 Key Challenges
    The Nasdaq and S&P 500 go for five, Zscaler and Five Below get set for gap-up opens, and the market begins looking toward next week's Fed meeting. The post Thursday Premarket: Stock Indexes, Tesla Face 3 Key Challenges appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Retailer Stocks Take Charge As Nasdaq Leads; Sell Canada Goose Stock Now?
    Certain retailing stocks continued to flex strength as the Nasdaq composite and small-cap indexes posted the day's strongest gains. Transport stocks tripped lower. The post Retailer Stocks Take Charge As Nasdaq Leads; Sell Canada Goose Stock Now? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Hits All-Time High As Bull Run Continues; Dillard's, Kohl's, Macy's Extend Gains
    The S&P 500 edged higher in afternoon trading Tuesday, while the Nasdaq composite pared a 0.5% intraday gain after hitting an all-time high. Small caps outperformed. The post Nasdaq Hits All-Time High As Bull Run Continues; Dillard's, Kohl's, Macy's Extend Gains appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Mixed; Twitter Hits New High And This Retailer Breaks Out
    Stocks were mixed in afternoon trade Tuesday. Social media leader Twitter surged to new highs after its inclusion in the S&P 500 index. The post Stocks Mixed; Twitter Hits New High And This Retailer Breaks Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Indexes Mostly Red, But Apple Refuses To Quit
    U.S. trade talks with China ended without resolution, according to the Asia-Pacific news site The Diplomat. CNBC reported that on June 15 the White House will release its final list of tariffs on China. The post Stock Indexes Mostly Red, But Apple Refuses To Quit appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Paces Early Gains As Oil Dives; These 2 FANGs Look Sharp
    Apple and Netflix helped drive the Nasdaq ahead of the Dow and S&P 500 early Tuesday, as sliding oil prices weighed on morning trade. The post Nasdaq Paces Early Gains As Oil Dives; These 2 FANGs Look Sharp appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Mixed; Twitter, Mylan, Apple In Motion; Oil Dives
    Mylan led the Nasdaq 100 and S&P 500, Apple topped the Dow and Twitter prepared to join the S&P 500 early Monday, as energy stocks took hits on falling oil prices. The post Stocks Mixed; Twitter, Mylan, Apple In Motion; Oil Dives appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: Forget Starbucks, These 4 Top Stocks Are Moving On News
    Dow Jones futures edged up: Starbucks gained headlines as Chairman Howard Schultz stepped down. But investors should focus on Netflix, Twitter, HealthEquity and Coupa Software, top stocks moving late on news. The post Dow Jones Futures: Forget Starbucks, These 4 Top Stocks Are Moving On News appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Premarket: ZTE News, Earnings Stir Trade; 2 China-Based Techs Jump
    YY, Huya and Acacia Communications were among the leaders in Wednesday's premarket trade, as positive trade news out of China lifted some tech names. The post Premarket: ZTE News, Earnings Stir Trade; 2 China-Based Techs Jump appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Veeva, YY Lift Stocks As Dow Jones Leads; Is It Time To Sell iQiyi Stock?
    Software and retail names showed strength while energy stocks crumbled in stocks today. Veeva Systems, YY, Apple led the upside. The post Veeva, YY Lift Stocks As Dow Jones Leads; Is It Time To Sell iQiyi Stock? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Higher As Apple Unveils Upgrades, But Why Are Leaders Underperforming?
    Stocks remained higher Monday afternoon as Apple hit a new high while it announced product updates, but a number of leading stocks struggled. The post Stocks Higher As Apple Unveils Upgrades, But Why Are Leaders Underperforming? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Walmart, Merck Lead Blue-Chip Rally; Retailer At Home Gets Support
    Blue chip stocks outperformed Monday in another up session on Wall Street. Walmart and Merck were strong performers in the Dow. The post Walmart, Merck Lead Blue-Chip Rally; Retailer At Home Gets Support appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Blue Chips Lead Stock Market As Apple Breaks Out
    Apple showed strong price-and-volume action. The stock cleared a 190.47 buy point in a four-weeks-tight pattern. The post Blue Chips Lead Stock Market As Apple Breaks Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Gains Nearly 200 Points; This FANG Stock Falls On Report
    The Dow Jones industrial average led the stock market's advance early Monday. Facebook fell 1% amid a New York Times report. The post Dow Gains Nearly 200 Points; This FANG Stock Falls On Report appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Merck Leads Dow As Stocks Move Higher: These 2 China Names Advance
    Dow stocks led an early advance Monday, as China's markets booked strong gains and Merck charged to the head of the Dow. The post Merck Leads Dow As Stocks Move Higher: These 2 China Names Advance appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Lead Gains: These 6 Stocks Are In Focus Today
    Stock futures edged up. Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference this week. Palo Alto Networks, HealthEquity and Coupa Software report earnings Monday. Merck and Loxo Oncology reported strong cancer drug data over the weekend. The post Dow Jones Futures Lead Gains: These 6 Stocks Are In Focus Today appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Close Higher As Wall Street Cheers Jobs Report; Nasdaq Clears Key Level
    Stocks closed higher Friday, after a good employment report set the tone for broad gains on Wall Street. The post Stocks Close Higher As Wall Street Cheers Jobs Report; Nasdaq Clears Key Level appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq Jumps 1.4%, Takes Out 7500 Level; Intuitive Surgical, VMware Break Out
    The Nasdaq composite outperformed in afternoon trading Friday, up 1.4%, while the Dow Jones and S&P 500 also held impressive gains. The post Nasdaq Jumps 1.4%, Takes Out 7500 Level; Intuitive Surgical, VMware Break Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Nasdaq, NYSE Stock Twitter Lead Gains; This Leaderboard Stock Rises 47% From New Buy Point
    The Nasdaq composite is leading a broad rally on the first day of trading in June. Twitter is making solid progress in forming the right side of a new cup base. The post Nasdaq, NYSE Stock Twitter Lead Gains; This Leaderboard Stock Rises 47% From New Buy Point appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Stand Tall Again, As Payroll Data Overshadow Trump
    U.S. stock indexes advanced on strong economic data Friday with the Nasdaq 100 leading the pack. A dozen stocks in the Nasdaq 100 rose 2% or more. The trade flap took a back seat. The post Stocks Stand Tall Again, As Payroll Data Overshadow Trump appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Job Gains Spark Market Rally; This Top Stock Surges To New Highs
    The stock market looked to close out the week with a strong gain Friday, sparked by better-than-expected job gains. The post Job Gains Spark Market Rally; This Top Stock Surges To New Highs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Rally On Fed-Safe Jobs Report; These Top Stocks Are Moving
    Stocks opened solidly higher on a strong jobs report that shouldn't spook the Fed. Lululemon soared on earnings. Facebook and Amazon aim to confirm moves into buy zones. The post Stocks Rally On Fed-Safe Jobs Report; These Top Stocks Are Moving appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: These 5 Notable Stocks Are Moving On Earnings
    Stock futures edged up: Lululemon, Workday, Costco, Ulta Beauty and VMware moved late on earnings. Facebook's low-volume breakout is more than meets the eye. The post Dow Jones Futures: These 5 Notable Stocks Are Moving On Earnings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Fall As Trump, Trade Partners Intensify Tariff Spat
    Stocks closed lower Thursday, as the U.S. and trade partners exchanged new tariffs as a trade war threatened to unleash on the global economy. The post Stocks Fall As Trump, Trade Partners Intensify Tariff Spat appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Software, Internet Sectors Still Lead Stocks; Will Google Owner Alphabet Set Up New Buy Point?
    Facebook broke out as software and internet content stocks help the Nasdaq's cause, while the Dow Jones industrial average and the S&P 500 slump on the final trading day in May. The post Software, Internet Sectors Still Lead Stocks; Will Google Owner Alphabet Set Up New Buy Point? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Mixed, As Trump Sets Midnight Deadline On Tariffs
    Trump has been tenacious on the tariff issue, regularly reviving a mix of threats, complaints and reversals. The post Stock Market Mixed, As Trump Sets Midnight Deadline On Tariffs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Sharply Mixed; Retail Leader's Earnings On Tap After The Close
    The stock market was sharply mixed early Thursday after the United States announced tariffs on the European Union, Canada and Mexico. The post Stocks Sharply Mixed; Retail Leader's Earnings On Tap After The Close appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Indexes Open Slightly Lower, Turn Mixed; GM Soars On SoftBank Investment
    The stock market opened lower early Thursday, then turned mixed. The Dow led the declines, falling 0.5%. General Motors soared on news of a SoftBank investment. Burlington Stores jumped on strong earnings. The post Indexes Open Slightly Lower, Turn Mixed; GM Soars On SoftBank Investment appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures: Hot Biotech Dives On FDA; 3 Breakout Bids With Flaws
    Stock futures: Crispr Therapeutics tumbled after the FDA put a hold on its sickle cell treatment. Amazon stock entered the friend zone after lackluster moves into buy range by Salesforce and Micron. The post Dow Jones Futures: Hot Biotech Dives On FDA; 3 Breakout Bids With Flaws appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Rebound, Erase Prior Day's Losses; Russell 2000 Scores New High
    Stocks closed higher Wednesday in a broad advance that more than wiped away the prior day's losses,while small caps made a new high. The post Stocks Rebound, Erase Prior Day's Losses; Russell 2000 Scores New High appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Up, Shake Shack And Apple Lead Despite Plunge In China Stocks
    Shake Shack, which joined IBD SwingTrader on Wednesday as a swing trade candidate, is among a decent group of consumer-related stocks helping to drive a rally in stocks today. The post Stocks Up, Shake Shack And Apple Lead Despite Plunge In China Stocks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Small Caps Strong As Stock Market Repairs Damage
    News continued to plant uncertainties in the stock market both for the reactions that news spurred and, in some cases, the lack of reaction. The post Small Caps Strong As Stock Market Repairs Damage appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Rebounds; Top Software Stocks Move Back Into Buy Range
    The stock market rebounded in early trade Wednesday amid continued political turmoil in Italy. Salesforce.com reported earnings results. The post Stock Market Rebounds; Top Software Stocks Move Back Into Buy Range appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Indexes Gain Early As Salesforce.com, Movado, Dick's Rise On Earnings
    The stock market rebounded early Wednesday on the heels of a harsh distribution day Tuesday for the S&P 500. The post Indexes Gain Early As Salesforce.com, Movado, Dick's Rise On Earnings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Jones Futures Rebound: This Top Stock Jumps Into Buy Zone On Earnings
    Futures rose signaling a strong rebound after Tuesday's Italy-led global sell-off. Salesforce signaled a move back into a buy zone on earnings. Chip stocks held up well in Tuesday's sell-off. The post Dow Jones Futures Rebound: This Top Stock Jumps Into Buy Zone On Earnings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • S&P 500, Dow Jones Whacked As Treasury Yield Plunges; Buy These 3 Growth Stocks Now?
    The Nasdaq composite outperformed the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones industrials on Tuesday. The small-cap S&P 600 finished flat. The post S&P 500, Dow Jones Whacked As Treasury Yield Plunges; Buy These 3 Growth Stocks Now? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Plunges 450 Points, Falls Below This Key Level As Italy Crisis, Yields Hammer Financials
    The Dow Jones industrial average plunged 1.7% as financials led a sell-off on Wall Street, while Amazon.com escaped the selling and touched a buy point. The post Dow Plunges 450 Points, Falls Below This Key Level As Italy Crisis, Yields Hammer Financials appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stock Market Dives On Trump Trade Threats, Chaos In Italy
    Among IBD's 197 industry groups, losers led winners by a 2-to-1 ratio near midday Tuesday. The morning's top losers included bank and financial groups. The post Stock Market Dives On Trump Trade Threats, Chaos In Italy appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Dow Drops More Than 1%; Top Chinese Stock Breaks Out
    The Dow dropped more than 200 points at the open before paring those losses substantially. Salesforce.com will report after the close Tuesday. The post Dow Drops More Than 1%; Top Chinese Stock Breaks Out appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Stocks Open Lower On Italy Political Woes; Momo Gaps Up On Earnings
    The stock market opened lower early Tuesday, weighed down by political uncertainty in Italy. China-based Momo soared on earnings, while ZTO Express, also based in China, jumped on news of an Alibaba investment. The post Stocks Open Lower On Italy Political Woes; Momo Gaps Up On Earnings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.

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