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  • 09/12/2017 04:03:41

    Pound hits 1-year high after U.K. inflation surprise

    The U.K. pound surged to a one-year high of $1.3257, after spiking to $1.3283 after the Office for National Statistics said British inflation rose to 2.9% in August. That was above the 2.8% reading expected in a FactSet survey of analysts and compares with an annual rate of 2.6% in July. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/11/2017 13:32:12

    Flight cancellations mount as Irma pushes north from Florida

    Big airports in Florida remain closed, and flight cancellations are spreading north along the track of Tropical Storm Irma.

  • 08/21/2017 10:39:24

    Get Started: FBI warns of spreading W-2 email theft scheme

    The IRS is warning of a sharp increase in email phishing scams involving employees' W-2 forms _ scams that can put staffers' Social Security numbers in the hands of thieves

  • 08/11/2017 18:40:51

    Walmart says gun-display back-to-school promotion was prank

    Walmart says an internal investigation shows it was the victim of a prank when a photograph showed up on social media showing a sign reading "Own The School Year Like A Hero" atop a gun case in a store.

  • 08/11/2017 10:23:00

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall St stops stocks' bleeding, for now; gold, yen tick up

    NEW YORK, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Wall Street put a floor under global equities on Friday after a weak inflation reading brought investors back into U.S. technology and other stocks, but gold and the yen still added slightly to the week's gains as tensions continued to escalate between North Korea and the United States.

  • 08/08/2017 14:05:04

    Stock market closes near lows, VIX pops, as Trump warns N. Korea of 'fire and fury'

    U.S. stock-market benchmarks ended in the red on Tuesday, as President Donald Trump issued a verbal warning to North Korea amid mounting tensions between Washington and Pyongyang. The Dow Jones Industrial Average [s" DJIA] slipped 0.2%, and ended the blue-chip gauge's attempt at a 10th straight close in record territory. The S&P 500 index closed off 0.2%, while the Nasdaq Composite Index finished down 0.2% on the day. The three major equity benchmarks dipped firmly lower, before coming off lows, in late-afternoon activity following President Trump's warning that North Korea would be met with "fire and fury" if the Hermit kingdom continues to provoke the U.S. with missile tests and acerbic rhetoric. "They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen," Trump said from his golf club in Bedminster, N.J. The comments come as as the Washington Post reported that North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that it can fit inside a missile, a fact that, if true, further escalates global tensions. Trump's comments during his vacation also bumped the so-called fear index, CBOE Volatility Index , slightly higher, up 11%, at 10.98. That still represents a historically low reading for the index, which is used to bet on sharp swings in the S&P 500 index 30 days in the future. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/04/2017 12:49:27

    Oil settles higher, but post weekly decline, ahead of OPEC compliance confab

    Oil futures finished the session sharply higher on Friday, but booked a weekly loss, as investors focused on a decline in rigs drilling for oil against a coming OPEC meeting to assess compliance of to an agreement to check global production and stabilize crude prices. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate for delivery in September advanced 55 cents, or 1.1%, at $49.58. However for the week, crude prices finished about 0.4% lower, according to FactSet data. Crude prices added to earlier gains after a report at 1 p.m. Eastern showed that overall U.S. rig counts pulled back for the week, helping to support gains in crude-oil prices on Friday. The number of active U.S. rigs drilling for oil fell by 1 to 765 rigs this week, while those drilling for gas declined by 3 to 189, bringing the overall oil-and-gas count to 954 for the week, according to Baker Hughes. Oil had been on the rise after an upbeat reading of U.S. employment showed that 209,000 jobs were created in July, with the unemployment rate falling to a 16-year low at 4.3%. Strong U.S. jobs can suggest impending demand for crude, lifting prices. Looking ahead, investors will be focused on a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to discuss compliance to agreed upon global production limits that run through March 2018. The meeting is set for set for Aug. 7-8 in Abu Dhabi. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/03/2017 22:34:00

    Reading of U.S. small-business hiring in July nears 18-year high

    Job creation among small businesses picked up in July as strong economic growth in the United States and abroad gave confidence to small business owners, a National Federation of Independent Business report showed on Thursday.

  • 08/01/2017 09:17:48

    U.S. factory activity grew more slowly in July

    Manufacturing index slipped to 56.3 from the June reading of 57.8. Anything above 50 signals that manufacturers are expanding.        

  • 07/28/2017 08:04:45

    Minor lift for final consumer sentiment reading in July as partisan divide remains

    The final reading of the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment survey for July was lifted to 93.4 from a preliminary 93.1. That's a decline, however, from June's level of 95.1. The difference on the expectations index between Democrats and Republicans was 45 index points, the University of Michigan said.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/27/2017 09:15:37

    10 guilty pleasure books you need to put on your summer reading list

    These 10 books are perfect for a lazy summer day. Whether you like fantasy, sci-fi, romance, comedy or anything in between, you're sure to find something to read in this list of our favorite guilty pleasure books.        

  • 07/26/2017 12:49:28

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge' posts lowest intraday level in its history

    The CBOE Volatility index briefly dropped to its lowest reading ever Wednesday following the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's July policy meeting. The VIX dropped to as low as 8.84, its lowest reading since CBOE started publishing real-time data in the early 1990s, according to FactSet data. The decline for VIX accelerated after an updated policy statement from the Federal Reserve, released Wednesday afternoon, indicated that it would start to unwind its $4.5 trillion asset portfolio "relatively soon" and also signaled that it was focused on stubbornly low inflation. At last check, the VIX was down 1.2% at 9.32. Previously, the VIX had hit a low of 9.04 on Tuesday, and is down nearly 34% year to date.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/24/2017 07:39:14

    Dow struggles to take flight as Wall Street focuses on earnings; Fed ahead

    The U.S. stock market opened slightly lower on Monday to start a week packed with corporate earnings releases and a midweek meeting of the Federal Reserve. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was trading less than 0.1% lower at 21,557, the S&P 500 index was off about 0.1% at 2,470. The Nasdaq Composite Index , meanwhile, was trading flat at 6,390. Wall Street investors were paying attention to weakness in the dollar , and conversely strength in the euro . A weaker dollar tends to give a boost to multinational companies selling goods and services abroad, while a strengthening euro can provide a headwind to European companies selling outside of the eurozone. Market participants also watched a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries for signs of any further moves to limit a glut of crude oil, which has weighed on futures prices . In corporate news, the market was watching the tumble in Hibbett Sports Inc. , which was sinking after it said it expected second-quarter sales to slump. Also, Shares of WebMD Health Corp. soared on news that KKR & Co. was looking to take the health-care information company private. Looking ahead, Google-parent Alphabet Inc. is set to report after the close of trade on Monday. Further out, the Fed kicks off its two-day policy meeting on Tuesday, with the central bank not expected to lift interest rates further, but clues about its policy plans and the state of the U.S. economy will be closely tracked in its updated statement. In economic news, the IHS Markit flash purchasing managers index, a key business survey, came in at 55.8--lower than the 56.2 analysts had expected, and a six-month low for the index. A reading above 50 indicates economic growth. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/21/2017 15:06:39

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--just logged its second-lowest close in history

    One measure of fear on Wall Street on Friday booked its second-lowest finish ever, according to FactSet data. The CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX, wrapped up the session down 2.3% at 9.36, marking the lowest close since the so-called "fear gauge" ended at 9.31 in December 1993 at 9.31. The gauge flirted with the lowest reading in history at 9.30, before bucking up a touch. The VIX is based on options contracts on the S&P 500 30-days in the future. The metric's historical average is 20 and it has continued to mostly slump in 2017, with the majority of its readings below 10 being put in this year, as stocks have reached repeated records since President Donald Trump's Election Day victory in November. That dynamic, lower readings for VIX and elevated stock prices, have suggested to market participants that investors are becoming increasingly complacent. Friday's VIX slide came as many major equity benchmarks closed lower, but not far from records, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average , the S&P 500 index , and the Nasdaq Composite Index , which all finished less than 1% shy of all-time closing highs. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/21/2017 14:37:15

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--threatens lowest close in history

    One measure of fear on Wall Street on Friday was on track to log its lowest finish ever, according to FactSet data. The CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX, looked set to end down 2.9% at 9.30, which would mark the lowest level for the so-called fear gauge since 1993, if that reading holds. The indicator's previous low close was in December 1993 at 9.31. The VIX is based on options contracts on the S&P 500 30-days in the future. The metric's historical average is 20 and it has continued to mostly slump in 2017 as stocks have reached repeated records since President Donald Trump's Election Day victory in November, which suggests to market participants that investors are becoming increasingly complacent. Friday's VIX slide came as many major equity benchmarks closed lower, but not far from records, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average , the S&P 500 index , and the Nasdaq Composite Index . Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/18/2017 01:27:00

    Oil prices tread water as ongoing supply glut is met by demand

    Oil markets were treading water on Tuesday, supported by firm demand but weighed down by ongoing high supplies from producer club OPEC and also the United States.

  • 07/17/2017 11:52:40

    Gold settles at a more than two-week high

    Gold climbed Monday to settle at its highest level in more two weeks, as downbeat U.S. economic data dulled prospects for further interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve this year. A reading of New York-area manufacturing released Monday showed a fall in July from a two-year high. That followed data released Friday showing a second-straight monthly drop in retail sales and flat consumer prices in June. August gold rose $6.20, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,233.70 an ounce. That was the highest finish since June 30, according to Factset data.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/14/2017 14:28:56

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields dip on inflation data as stocks soar

    NEW YORK, July 14 (Reuters) - The dollar weakened and government bond yields fell to multi-week lows on Friday after a benign reading of U.S. inflation in June and soft retail demand raised doubts the Federal Reserve would increase interest rates later this year.

  • 07/14/2017 14:09:40

    U.S. stocks close higher, several indexes end at records, led by tech gains

    U.S. stocks closed higher on Friday, with several indexes posting all-time records, led by large gains in the tech sector. This was despite a mixed batch of second-quarter earnings from three major banks weighing on equities. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.4%, a record high. The Nasdaq Composite Index was up 0.6%, its second highest reading ever. The S&P 500 was up 0.5%, notching a fresh all-time high since June 19. Technology stocks posted large gains, with Apple up 0.9% and Nvidia Corp up 2.7%. On the other hand, banks were the big losers, with J.P. Morgan slipping 0.8% after reporting a sharp fall in trading revenue. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. , Citigroup Inc. , and Wells Fargo & Co. all posted results on Friday, with the three nonetheless topping expectations. For the week, the Dow was up 1% while the S&P was up 1.4% and the Nasdaq was up 2.6%. Weak retail sales and inflation numbers also raised the prospect of dovish policy from the Fed, which is bullish for stocks. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/14/2017 09:17:56

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields dip amid benign U.S. inflation data

    NEW YORK, July 14 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar weakened and government bond yields fell to multi-week lows on Friday after a benign reading of U.S. inflation in June and soft retail demand raised doubts the Federal Reserve would increase interest rates later this year.

  • 07/13/2017 11:04:21

    5 signs you'll never run out of money in retirement

    Do you fret about the possibility of going broke in retirement? Keep reading to see if you're on track or in trouble.        

  • 07/06/2017 10:21:11

    U.S. stocks fall as central banks signal QE end

    U.S. stocks traded firmly lower Thursday as central banks around the globe were indicating a desire to exit from ultra-easy monetary policies that prevailed during the heart of the 2008-'09 financial crisis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.4% at 21,391, the S&P 500 index slipped 0.5% at 2,420, while the Nasdaq Composite Index tumbled 0.6% at 6,115, after posting Wednesday's best performance among the U.S. equity benchmarks. All three benchmarks were off their lows of the session in midday trade. Wall Street has closely followed recent central bankers' comments about the strength of the global economy, with recent remarks from the European Central Bank lifting expectations that policy makers may be ready to close a chapter in longstanding monetary-easing programs, which have supported prices in bonds and stocks around the world. Minutes from the ECB released Thursday indicated that the central bank was worried about how best to communicate increasing confidence in the eurozone economy without roiling markets. Those minutes, coming after the Federal Reserve's minutes on Wednesday, helped to drive bond prices lower and yields higher. The 10-year German bond yield hit an 18-month high at 0.54%, while the 10-year Treasury note climbed to 2.38% on the day. On the economic front, a reading of private-sector employment showed that employers added a seasonally-adjusted 153,000 jobs during the month, below the 180,000 jobs that a consensus of economists had forecast. Meanwhile, initial jobless claims in the period between June 25 and July 1 increased 4,000 to a seasonally adjusted 248,000. Economists use these numbers to get a feel for the official nonfarm-payrolls report due on Friday, with the consensus estimate at 179,000 new jobs created in June. Later in the morning, the Institute for Supply Management report services was at 57.4 in June, compared with 56.5 expected. A reading of 50 indicates expansion. In corporate news, shares of Tesla Inc. extended Wednesday's decline after the electric-car maker's Model S failed to receive a top safety award. Shares of General Electric slumped after the EU's antitrust watchdog said GE may have misled regulators when the EU was reviewing its $1.65 billion deal with LM Wind Power. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/03/2017 15:37:47

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico peso down on strong U.S. factory data

    (Updates with final prices) SAO PAULO, July 3 (Reuters) - The Mexican peso slipped on Thursday after U.S. manufacturing activity increased to its strongest level in nearly three years, driving expectations of faster rate hikes in coming months. An index of U.S. national factory activity tracked by the Institute for Supply Management rose to 57.8 last month, the strongest reading since August 2014, driving U.S. 10-year yields to their highest levels in seven weeks. The figures allaye

  • 06/29/2017 10:46:14

    Morgan Stanley raises U.S. Q2 GDP view to 3.2 percent

    NEW YORK, June 29 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley economists said on Thursday they upgraded their estimate on the U.S. gross domestic product in the second quarter to 3.2 percent from 3.0 percent following the government's final GDP reading for the first quarter.

  • 06/29/2017 09:26:08

    US STOCKS-Wall St lower as tech selloff outweighs bank gains

    * U.S. economy grew 1.4 pct in Q1 vs prior reading of 1.2 pct

  • 06/29/2017 03:43:55

    Eurozone economic optimism hits highest since August 2007

    Economic sentiment jumped in the eurozone in June to reach its highest level since a year before the financial crisis, according to monthly data released by the European Commission on Thursday. The Economic Sentiment Indicator, which reflects optimism among eurozone businesses and consumers, rose to 111.1 from 109.2 in May, compared with expectations of a rise to 109.5. The June reading was the highest since August 2007. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

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