Archive US: Trading

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks closed higher after a survey showed consumer confidence is at a nine-year high, a sign Americans will keep spending in the months to come. Technology and consumer stocks made the largest gains. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 133.47 points, or 0.7 percent, to 18,228.30.

  • CINCINNATI _ Cintas Corp. on Tuesday reported fiscal first-quarter profit of $138.1 million. Cintas expects full-year earnings to be $4.55 to $4.63 per share, with revenue in the range of $5.16 billion to $5.23 billion. Cintas shares have risen 25 percent since the beginning of the year, while the Standard& Poor's 500 index has climbed almost 6 percent.

  • *Oil prices recede on uncertainty over OPEC output talk. NEW YORK, Sept 27- Stock prices across major markets rose on Tuesday, led by U.S. technology and consumer sectors following the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, while oil prices fell on fading hopes of agreement on limiting production. Clinton would be a safe pair of hands, that...

  • The presidential election and gold prices

    Gold slipped following the first presidential debate. Where is the metal headed next? Larry McDonald of ACG Analytics and Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray discuss with Brian Sullivan.

  • Amazon hits record high

    Amazon hit an all-time high on Tuesday. Could the tech giant see more gains? Larry McDonald of ACG Analytics and Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray discuss with Brian Sullivan.

  • *Oil prices recede on uncertainty over OPEC output talk. NEW YORK, Sept 27- Stock prices across major markets rose on Tuesday, led by gains in the U.S. technology and consumer sectors following the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, while oil prices fell on fading hopes of agreement on limiting production. Investors have fretted over...

  • Sept 27- Wall Street rose for the first time in three days on Tuesday, helped by technology and discretionary stocks. "The number came in much better than expected, so consumer stocks seem to be catching a bit after having a hard time for probably a month or two," said Mark Spellman, portfolio manager at Alpine Funds in New York. At 12:31 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial...

  • Sept 27- Wall Street rose for the first time in three days on Tuesday, helped by technology and discretionary stocks, but weak oil prices limited gains. The consumer sector also got a boost from a report that showed the consumer confidence index unexpectedly rose to 104.1, marking its highest level since August 2007. "The number came in much better than expected, so...

  • Sept 27- Wall Street rose for the first time in three days on Tuesday, helped by technology and discretionary stocks, but weak oil prices limited gains. The consumer sector also got a boost from a report that showed the consumer confidence index unexpectedly rose to 104.1, marking its highest level since August 2007. "The number came in much better than expected, so...

  • *Oil prices recede on uncertainty over OPEC output talk. NEW YORK, Sept 27- U.S. stock prices rose on Tuesday following the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but losses in the oil market and anxiety about the fortune of Deutsche Bank limited Wall Street's advance. Deutsche Bank is one of those banks, "said Kevin Giddis, head of fixed income...

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Tuesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for December delivery was. 25 cent lower at $3.9560 a bushel; December corn was. 50 cent higher at $3.2960 bushel; December oats was. 50 cent higher at $1.7540 a bushel; while November soybeans lost 2.50 cents to $9.4260 a bushel. October live cattle was 1.90 cents lower at...

  • Sept 27- Wall Street was higher for the first time in three days on Tuesday as a rise in technology stocks helped offset losses in energy shares. However, oil prices fell 2.8 percent to $46.05 as hopes for a deal to cut output faded. Investors are digesting Hillary Clinton's apparent win over Donald Trump in Monday's first presidential debate.

  • NEW YORK— The latest on developments in global financial markets:. U.S. stocks are closing higher, with many of the biggest gains coming in technology and consumer stocks. Major U.S. stock indexes are moving higher in midday trading on Wall Street, but energy companies are lagging the market as the price of crude oil slumps.

  • Sept 27- Wall Street was set to open higher for the first time in three days on Tuesday as investors saw Hillary Clinton as the winner of the first presidential debate with Donald Trump. With just over six weeks until Election Day, some investors see a toss-up contest creating volatility in certain sectors, including health insurers, drugmakers and industrials.

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks rebounded Tuesday and climbed after a survey showed consumer confidence is at a nine-year high, a sign Americans will keep spending in the months to come. U.S. consumer confidence reached its highest level this month since August 2007, according to the Conference Board. Katie Nixon, chief investment officer for Northern Trust, said it's even...

  • Rice Energy shares slid 4.2 percent to $26 in after market trading after it said it would pay about $1.02 billion in cash, issue about 39.1 mln shares worth about $980 million and assume about $700 million in debt. The deal follows others this month by EOG Resources Inc, which is buying privately-held Yates Petroleum Corp for $2.5 billion, and Enbridge of Canada's...

  • *Oil prices rise on hopes of OPEC production freeze. NEW YORK, Sept 26- Stock prices around the world fell on Monday ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, while oil prices rose in advance of an informal OPEC meeting in Algeria on hopes for an output cut. Deutsche Bank shares hit a record low on worries about Germany's...

  • Prices also rose on caution ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, analysts said. "A lot of the gains in Treasuries are safe-haven trades," said Kim Rupert, managing director for fixed income at Action Economics in San Francisco. The German bank has been fighting a $14 billion demand from the U.S. Department...

  • Market sentiment suggests market gains: Technician

    What does sentiment say about the next move for the S&P 500? Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management discuss with Seema Mody.

  • Bond yields slide

    What’s the bond market saying about the economy? Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management discuss with Seema Mody.