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  • 08/17/2017 14:16:51

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 33% amid tumbling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid hand-wringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index traded up about 33% at 15.55 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a more-than 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders defected from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding altogether on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported by local officials in Barcelona, where at least 13 people were reported dead as well as 50 injured. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders helped to deflate sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.19%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was settled up 0.7% at $1,292.40 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow ended down 274 points, or 1.2%, at 21,750, the S&P 500 closed off by 1.4% at 2,430, while the Nasdaq Composite closed 1.9% lower at 6,221. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 13:47:56

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 34% amid tumbling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up about 34% at 15.77 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a more-than 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported by local officials in Barcelona, where at least 13 people were reported dead as well as 50 injured. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders is adding to deflating sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.19%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was settled up 0.7% at $1,292.40 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow was down 246 points, or 1.2%, at 21,777, the S&P 500 was off 1.4% at 2,433, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.7% at 6,239. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 13:20:55

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 25% amid tumbling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up about 25% at 14.71 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported by local officials in Barcelona, where at least 13 people were reported dead as well as 50 injured. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders is adding to deflating sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.19%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was settled up 0.7% at $1,292.40 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow was down 218 points, or 1%, at 21,810, the S&P 500 was off 1.3% at 2,436, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.7% at 6,239. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 13:00:16

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 24% amid tumbling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up about 24% at 14.50 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a nearly 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported in Barcelona, where at least 13 people were reported dead by local officials. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders is adding to deflating sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.20%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was trading up 0.8% at $1,292 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow was down 183 points, or 0.8%, at 21,841, the S&P 500 was off 1.1% at 2,441, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.4% at 6,254. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 12:27:14

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 20% amid tumbling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up about 20% at 14.20 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported in Barcelona, where at least 13 people were reported dead by local officials. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders is adding to deflating sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.20%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was trading up 0.8% at $1,292 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow was down 204 points, or 0.9%, at 21,822, the S&P 500 was off 1.1% at 2,440, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.5% at 6,250. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 12:04:37

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps 23% amid falling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear and volatility on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up 23% at 14.46 in recent trade. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's wager on pullbacks in the market, because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a 170-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a sharp retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been shaken by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the market also comes as a terror attack was being reported in Barcelona, where at least one person was reported dead by local police. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders is adding to deflating sentiment. Earlier in the week, the market been enjoying a slight updraft after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.20%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was trading up 0.7% at $1,291 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a more "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. At last check, the Dow was down 177 points, or 0.8%, at 21,846, the S&P 500 was off 1% at 2,443, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.3% at 6,264. Concerns about equity valuations also have made stocks more vulnerable to pullbacks, market participants 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.

  • 08/17/2017 11:29:17

    Wall Street's 'fear gauge'--the VIX--jumps nearly 30% amid falling Dow, Barcelona terror attack

    A widely followed gauge of fear on Wall Street spiked in Thursday afternoon trade, underscoring a sudden pickup of worry in the market amid handwringing over President Donald Trump, a reported terror attack in Spain and concerns about sluggish inflation. The CBOE Volatility Index was up 27% at 15. The index, which tracks options bets on the S&P 500 index 30-days in the future typically moves inversely with stocks and is viewed as a gauge of the market's bets on pullbacks in the market because stocks tend to fall faster than they rise. Thursday's climb in the so-called fear gauge, also known as the VIX, coincided with a nearly 200-point tumble in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a 1% retreat in the S&P 500 index . Stock investors have been hammered by uncertainty around President Trump's ability to get through his business-friendly legislative reforms after a trove of Wall Street leaders disbanded from key presidential advisory committees resulting in their disbanding on Wednesday in reaction to the president's response to a weekend white-supremacist rally in Charlotesville, Va., that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer. The downdraft in the markets also come as a terror attack was being reported in Barcelona, where at least one person was reported dead by local police. Concerns about the Fed's acknowledgement that tepid inflation is raising concerns that the economy isn't firing on all cylinders also is pressuring markets. Those factors are combining to reverse what had been a slight updraft for markets after last week's rough patch. In jeopardy is a four-session rally for the Dow industrials. More broadly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was down at 2.20%, with prices rising and yields falling, while haven gold was trading up 0.7% at $1,291 an ounce. Those assets tend to rise when investors adopt a "risk off" posture, dumping assets perceived as risky in times of uncertainty. 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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