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    The intense pressure felt by many retailers in June even as the economy has reopened could be seen in the Labor Department’s price data released Friday. The Producer Price Index’s gauge of margins for the broad category of apparel, jewelry, footwear, and accessories retailing fell 7.1 percent in June. That is extraordinary because many economists expected a rush of demand for goods from consumers who had spent weeks isolated in their homes. Overall prices fell two-tenths of a percent. Excluding...
    Stocks closed broadly higher on Wall Street Friday as the S&P 500 notched its third weekly gain in the last four. The benchmark index’s biggest gains came from cruise operators, airlines, banks and other companies that most need the economy to reopen and strengthen. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite hit a new all-time high. The Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks also recorded a solid gain, and Treasury yields erased an early dip. On Friday: The S&P 500...
    Lara van Ruijven, short track speed skating world champion, dies at 27 Im a Shopping Editor, and These Are the 19 New Releases Im Buying in July S&P 500 Extends Weekly Gain on Virus Treatment: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks gained as signs that the world could be closer to an effective treatment for Covid-19 blunted concerns that a rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery. Banks led the S&P 500 Index higher, extending a...
    Bob Costas and Tom Verducci Going Through Old Al Michaels Baseball Calls Sounds Great The Best Foot Spas for an At Home Pedicure Experience U.S. Stocks Climb on Virus Treatment; Oil Jumps: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks gained as signs that the world could be closer to an effective treatment for Covid-19 blunted concerns that a rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery. Banks led the S&P 500 Index higher, setting up the broader index...
    Jimenez, 56, rolls back the years to lead Austrian Open ColourPop Launches “Pretty Fresh” Foundation With 42 Shades One trader has a way to hedge the market in case of more downside Stocks were creeping higher Friday, erasing some of the losses suffered a day earlier. Load Error Markets arent in the all-clear, warns Ascent Wealth Partners managing director Todd Gordon. He sees a stark divide between the tech-heavy Nasdaq and broader S&P 500 that could point to...
    Wizards’ Thomas Bryant and Gary Payton II tested positive for coronavirus ColourPop Launches “Pretty Fresh” Foundation With 42 Shades U.S. Stocks Gain on Virus Treatment; Oil Climbs: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Most U.S. stocks gained as signs that the world could be closer to an effective treatment for Covid-19 blunted concerns that a rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery. Banks led the S&P 500 Index higher. The Nasdaq gauges underperformed as tech shares lagged behind,...
    As LPGA restart draws near, players around the world weigh their options Khloé Kardashian’s Favorite Pantry Organizers Are on Super Sale Right Now Dow futures under pressure to end the week as investors take stock of coronavirus recovery MARKET SNAPSHOT Load Error Getty Images U.S. stock-index futures early Friday traded slightly lower to end a week that has left technology stocks sharply higher but the rest of the market stuck in a range as uncertainty over the economic...
    Why do we love sports? These are our — and your — best memories of that first spark Is This Generation of Kids Having a Full-On ‘70s Summer? Hedge fund index dampens Chinese zeal for long-only bets SHANGHAI (Reuters) - As Chinese individuals scramble into the countrys boiling stock market through long-only mutual funds, a newly-launched fund index shows how investment marathoners with risk-hedging tools can win out in Chinas roller-coaster markets. © Reuters/ALY SONG Men wearing face masks...
    Bangkok, Jul 10 (EFE) .- Most of the stock markets in Southeast Asia ended the day with losses on Friday, thus closing a week marked by fears caused by the increase in cases of COVID-19 in many countries of the world. The exceptions to the losses occurred in the Kuala Lumpur and Manila parks, which closed with advances of 0.54 percent and 0.08 percent, respectively, while the Plaza of Singapore did not operate for the celebration of legislative elections in...
    Elon MuskJoe Skipper | Reuters Wall Streets most controversial stock may be about to go mainstream. Tesla appears on the verge of joining the S&P 500, a major accomplishment for Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk that would unleash a flood of new demand for the electric car makers shares, which have already surged 500% over the past year. Higher-than-expected second-quarter vehicle deliveries, announced last week, have analysts increasingly confident the company will show a profit in its quarterly report on...
    Basketball you can watch today: Linsanity back in the Chinese League This Lightweight Nightgown Is So Comfortable, Amazon Shoppers Are Throwing Away Their Other PJs Hong Kong stocks fall on Sino-U.S. tensions, virus worries * HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -1.1%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 5.3% Load Error * HSI -1.8%, HSCE -2.2%, CSI300 -1.8% * FTSE China A50 -2.5% July 10 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks fell on Friday, tracking Chinese equities as a heated rally there...
    Basketball you can watch today: Linsanity back in the Chinese League What we know about coronavirus risks to school age children China stock rally pauses on stake cuts, U.S. sanctions SHANGHAI, July 10 (Reuters) - Mainland China shares on Friday ended lower for the first time since June 29 after the countrys state funds announced stake cuts in companies, a move that comes following a torrid bull run in the stock market, and on signs of renewed Sino-U.S. tensions....
    Basketball you can watch today: Linsanity back in the Chinese League What we know about coronavirus risks to school age children Stocks Drop on Heightened Virus Concern; Dollar Up: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Stocks slipped on Friday, paring the week’s advance as a surge in China cooled and concern resurfaced that rising coronavirus cases will hurt the global economic recovery. Treasuries and the dollar rose. Load Error Hong Kong bore the brunt of losses, falling more than 2%,...
    Olympics trials to be Chinas only international sport event this year This Ultra-Flattering One-Piece Has Sold Out 13 Times — but It’s Back Again China stock rally pauses on stake cuts, U.S. sanctions * SSEC -1.1%, CSI300 -1.0%, HSI -1.2% Load Error * HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -0.9%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 2.8% * FTSE China A50 -1.5% SHANGHAI, July 10(Reuters) - Mainland China shares fell on Friday for the first time since June 29 on signs...
    Olympics trials to be Chinas only international sport event this year This Ultra-Flattering One-Piece Has Sold Out 13 Times — but It’s Back Again Asian Stocks Pare Weekly Advance; Dollar Ticks Up: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks slipped on Friday, paring the week’s advance as a surge in China cooled and concern resurfaced that rising coronavirus cases will hurt the global economic recovery. Treasuries held on to an overnight jump. Shares in China fell about 1% as selling...
    Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Foundation becomes reality This Ultra-Flattering One-Piece Has Sold Out 13 Times — but It’s Back Again Asian Stocks Pare Weekly Advance; Dollar Ticks Up: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks slipped on Friday, paring this week’s gains as a surge in China cooled and concern resurfaced that rising coronavirus cases will hurt the global economic recovery. Treasuries held on to an overnight jump. Shares in China opened about 1% lower after the Shanghai Composite’s eight-day...
    Shakur Stevenson vacating 126-pound title, eyes Leo Santa Cruz Chip Gaines Just Admitted His Worst Parenting Mistakes and Yes, Hes Forgotten His Kids Birthdays Before Asia Stocks Track U.S. Drop; Treasuries Hold Gains: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks followed their U.S. peers with modest declines in early Friday trading amid concern that a resurgence in coronavirus cases could slow the global economic recovery. Treasuries held on to an overnight jump. Japanese shares slipped at the open along with...
    Workday Charity Open: Muirfield Village feels erie without fans Chip Gaines Just Admitted His Worst Parenting Mistakes and Yes, Hes Forgotten His Kids Birthdays Before Asian shares set to slip as coronavirus concerns weigh By John McCrank © Reuters/EDGAR SU An SGX sign is pictured at Singapore Stock Exchange NEW YORK (Reuters) - Asian shares were set to open mostly lower on Friday as record-breaking new coronavirus cases and deaths in several U.S. states stoked concerns that new lockdowns...
    Facebook has a problem with black people, former employee charges Chick-fil-A postpones its annual free food event due to COVID-19 concerns Asia Stocks to Track U.S. Drop: Treasuries Jump: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks were on course to follow their U.S. peers with modest declines amid concern that a resurgence in coronavirus cases could slow the global economic recovery. Treasuries jumped. Equity futures pointed lower in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. Contracts on the S&P 500 Index were...
    New York, Jul 9 (EFE) .- Wall Street closed this Thursday in mixed terrain but the Nasdaq composite index returned to record a historical record, driven by the technology sector, after another day marked by fear of COVID outbreaks. -19 and its impact on the economy. At the end of the session on the New York Stock Exchange, the Nasdaq rose 0.53% or 55.25 points and stood at 10,547.75 units thanks to market giants such as Amazon, Facebook, Apple and...
    Trump Tower gold doorstep now reflects New Yorks Black Lives Matter mural 5 Things You Used to Do at the Grocery Store That Youll Never Do Again Dow ends 360 points lower but Nasdaq notches 26th record of 2020 as investors find safety in tech MARKET SNAPSHOT Load Error Getty Images U.S. stocks closed mostly lower Thursday, but off the low of the day, as investors sought safety in technology and tech-related investments amid rising cases of coronavirus...
    By Noel Randewich and Chuck Mikolajczak (Reuters) - Wall Streets most controversial stock may be about to go mainstream. Tesla Inc appears on the verge of joining the S&P 500, a major accomplishment for Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk that would unleash a flood of new demand for the electric car makers shares, which have already surged 500% over the past year. Higher-than-expected second-quarter vehicle deliveries, announced last week, have analysts increasingly confident the company will show a profit in...
    (Bloomberg) – US stocks fell on concerns that a resurgence in coronavirus cases will spoil the return of the world’s largest economy. Oil fell below $ 40 a barrel and Treasury bonds rose. Here are some key events to come: Singapore holds its general election on Friday. These are the main movements in the markets: Actions The S&P 500 Index fell 0.6% at 4 pm New York time, the Stoxx Europe 600 Index fell 0.8%, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index...
    Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM Vancouver Aquarium Rescues Orphaned Otter Pup, Found Hypothermic and Hypoglycemic Tesla appears poised to electrify S&P 500 By Noel Randewich and Chuck Mikolajczak © Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji FILE PHOTO: Tesla electric vehicles for test driving are parked in Hanam (Reuters) - Wall Streets most controversial stock may be about to go mainstream. Tesla Inc appears on the verge of joining the S&P 500, a major accomplishment for Chief...
    By Howard Schneider | Reuters U.S. states that have driven a record surge in coronavirus cases may now be slipping backward in their economic recovery, as cellphone data shows retail visits in a clutch of high case-growth locations falling below the rest of the country. In Arizona, Texas, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, which had edged ahead of other states during their drive in May to reopen commerce, retail foot traffic has slipped below levels elsewhere, information from data firm...