(NEW YORK) — The stock market fizzled Friday at the end of a holiday-shortened trading day, but still logged its longest streak of weekly gains in a decade.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index ended down one point, or 0.1 percent, to 1,805.81. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped 10 points, or 0.1 percent, to 16,086.41.
A lot of iconic companies in the tech sector like HP, Cisco and Blackberry have been struggling recently. On this week’s episode of Money Talking on WNYC, Time‘s Rana Foroohar and the New York Times‘ Joe Nocera examine why these firms are faltering and whether they may be canaries in the coal mine for a potential drop in the stock …
No end in sight to stock rally
Both the Dow and the Nasdaq pass benchmarks
A deal to limit Iran’s nuclear plan means less chance for conflict in the oil-rich region.
And the Dow Jones finished its longest weekly win streak in nearly three years.
Stocks rose amid good news in the jobs market.
Another record-setting day on Wall Street
The two major indexes have gained for six straight weeks
(NEW YORK) — Investors stayed upbeat Friday, pushing U.S. stock indexes deeper into record territory.
Stocks climbed to all-time highs for the third straight day as investors assessed the prospect for further economic stimulus from the Federal Reserve.
Agilent Technologies, which makes scientific instruments, was the biggest …
(NEW YORK) — Stocks edged higher in early trading on Wall Street Friday, pushing major indexes further into record territory.
Agilent Technologies was the biggest gainer in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. The company, which makes scientific instruments, jumped $4.12, or 8.2 percent, to $54.66, after reporting earnings that exceeded …