Wall Street roared back from the precipice of a bear market on Monday after a sluggish two months.
Gold futures gain ground Monday, finding support from a pullback in the dollar and after snapping a string of four straight weekly declines.
Historically, not all bear markets lead to recessions.
Don't expect the market sell-off to let up yet, according to MKM Partners' JC O'Hara.
The Dow Jones industrial average jumped more than 400 points, or 1.3 percent, in morning trading, trying to turn around its longest weekly losing streak in nearly a century.
S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq recover some ground, but investors worry inflation will hurt consumer spending and the economy.
We may be hitting the classic low point, where investors have given up on the market.
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Bitcoin traded higher along with stock futures early Monday after US President Joe Biden hinted at revoking trade tariffs on China. His assertive pledge to defend Taiwan against a Chinese military aggression has also failed to spook markets.
Gold prices climbed on Monday, as weakness in the U.S. dollar and growth concerns in the economy lifted the metal,...
The rise in energy costs has contributed to rampant inflation, stoking investor concerns that growth will slow.
Gold prices touched a more than one-week high on Monday, as an easing dollar continued to support greenback-priced...
The dollar began the week on the back foot, following its first weekly loss in nearly two months, as investors cut bets on further dollar gains from rising U.S. rates and turned hopeful that loosening lockdowns in China can help global growth.
Shares rebounded on Friday after China cut a key lending benchmark to support its economy, though a global equities gauge remained set for its longest weekly losing streak on record amid investor worries about slowing growth and high inflation.
The FTSE 100 index had gained 123.46 points by the end of Mondays trading.
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European shares rose on Monday as an unexpected rise in German business morale underscored the resilience of the...
Australian shares closed marginally higher on Monday amid choppy trade, as mining and energy stocks rose, while the...
European stocks are expected to open higher on Monday despite fears over the global economy dominating market sentiment.
The FTSE 100 ended the day up 87.24 points, or 1.19%, at 7,389.98 points.
UK’s FTSE 100 rebounded on Friday as a move by China to support its economy lifted sentiment at the end of a rocky...
UK's FTSE 100 rebounded on Friday, tracking an upbeat mood in Asian markets after China cut a key lending rate, while shares of THG soared after the e-commerce company rejected an offer from two investment groups.