Facebook or Alibaba. One — or both — of the tech giants could become the market’s next trillion dollar company next week. Facebook (FB), the world’s top social media pla..
Stocks advanced last week, but uncertainties about the coronavirus pandemic and stimulus are increasing. The S&P 500 was up as much as 2.1 percent last Monday, only to stall and end the week wi..
Major banks kicked off earnings season much as the market expected — still struggling with the coronavirus recession. JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C) ..
The Nasdaq-100 has struggled for the last month, but Apple and Amazon.com could draw interest back to major tech stocks this week. The Nasdaq-100 rose 4.2 percent betw..
Stocks just broke a four-week losing streak. Now’s the last lull before a surge of activity in the market. The S&P 500 rose 1.5 percent between Friday, September 25, and Friday,..
Technology stocks just had their worst month since March, but some big events could draw attention back to the group in October. Apple (AAPL) is expected to rele..
Technology stocks like Apple just broke a three-week losing streak as investors started to nibble after a sharp pullback. The Nasdaq-100 rose 2 percent between September 18, and..
Bigger power cells, price parity and an enhanced autopilot. Those could be some of the themes at Tesla’s Battery Day event this afternoon. CEO Elon Musk will unveil the new technology after TSL..
The Federal Reserve meets today, with markets expecting its low-rate policy to continue. Last month, Chairman Jerome Powell gave a major speech at the central bank’s annual conference. The big ch..