Markets are expected to open lower after the Fed announced a more dovish policy. Fed Chair Jay Powell said the central bank is forecasting no rate hikes in 2019. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports.
The Fed will wrap up its two day meeting today and market participants widely expect the central bank to keep rates steady later in the session. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports.
Investors are awaiting the outcome of the Federal Reserve's meeting. Market participants widely expect that Fed to strike a dovish tone later in the session. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Boeing shares slipped in the premarket after the U.S. Department of Transportation launched an investigation into whether there were lapses in the Federal Aviation Administration's approval of Boeing planes involved in two recent fatal crashes, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
U.S. stock index futures traded slightly higher on Friday morning, as investors monitored progress in U.S.-China trade talks and reacted to the latest Brexit developments. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Stocks rose yesterday boosted by economic data and gains in big tech names. CNBC's Leslie Picker reports.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose yesterday for a second straight session while the Dow was dragged down by Boeing following the fatal crash on Ethiopian Airlines. Investors are also monitoring the on-going Brexit votes in the UK as the exit deadline approaches. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
ltStocks rose on Monday as strong gains in tech firms like Apple and Facebook offset the steep decline in Boeing that followed the tragic Ethiopian Airlines crash. CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports.
Market participants are monitoring the sharp fall of Boeing shares following safety concerns after an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX jet crashed shortly after takeoff on Sunday, killing everyone on board. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Stocks in China plummeted following weak trade data, which has many market participants concerned about a global economic slowdown.
U.S. stock index futures were lower Thursday morning as market players remain focused on U.S.-China relations. Investors are eager to know details from trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Wall Street ended Tuesday's session lower, as investors continued to search for clarity in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday he thought Washington and Beijing were "on the cusp" of reaching a deal. Despite positive comments from different members of the U.S. administration, market players are yet to find out how far-reaching any deal could be. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
U.S. stock index futures were marginally higher Tuesday morning with market players still focused on U.S.-China trade developments. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
U.S. stock index futures are higher as market participants seem to have renewed hopes in trade talks between the U.S. and China. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Markets are expected to open higher today as data showed stronger-than-anticipated economic growth in the world's largest economy. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un were unable to reach a deal at the end of two days of meetings in Hanoi, which some are concerned might affect the on-going China trade talks. Market participants were also monitoring Wednesday's congressional testimony from China trade Ambassador Robert Lighthizer and Fed Chair Jerome Powell. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Market participants are monitoring the Trump-Kim summit taking place in Vietnam. This is their second summit in less than a year, and investors are wondering whether the meeting can break a stalemate over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and end more than 70 years of hostility. CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports.
Market participants are keeping an eye on several news stories, including President Trump's trip to Vietnam to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as well as key data that will be released today. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Wall Street is expected to open higher this morning after President Trump said he plans to delay an increase on Chinese tariffs. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
Wall Street is set to rise today after yesterday's drop. Market participants are closely monitoring the trade talks occurring in Washington ahead of President Trump's meeting with Vice Premier Liu He. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.