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12:07 p.m. July 29, 2021 - By Mark Decambre
Dow, S&P 500 snap 2-session skid as stock-market investors shake off signal that growth is waning; Robinhood IPO sinksU.S. stock indexes ended solidly higher Thursday, with the Dow and the S&P 500 index finishing higher for the first time in three sessions, as investors weighed a weaker-than-expected updated report on U.S. economic growth in the second quarter and a woeful public market debut for trading platform Robinhood Markets Inc. . The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up by about 154 points, or 0.4%, at 35,085; the S&P 500 index rose 0.4% to 4,420. Both indexes touched all-time intraday trading highs before paring those gains somewhat. The Commerce Department said U.S. gross domestic product grew at an annualized pace of 6.5% in the second quarter, falling short of the average forecast of 9.1% produced by a survey of economists by The Wall Street Journal. Separately, data from the Labor Department showed first-time applications for unemployment benefits fell 24,000 last week to 400,000. Meanwhile, Robinhood closed down 8.4% in its first day as a publicly traded entity on the Nasdaq Inc. . The trading platform opened at $38 Thursday afternoon. In other corporate news, Trevor Milton, the founder of Nikola Corp. , was indicted Thursday on securities-fraud charges for allegedly lying to investors about its business making commercial trucks powered by alternative fuel. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury note edged slightly higher at 1.269%, up 1 basis point, after the Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged at a range between 0% and 0.25% on Wednesday and signaled that it may be leaning toward ending its accommodative measures.
9:43 a.m. July 2, 2021 - By Mark Decambre
Gold ends at highest level in over a week with 3rd straight gainGold futures on Friday closed higher for a third straight session, which helped contracts for the precious metal to regiser a modest weekly advance, amid a retreat in benchmark Treasury yields, which can compete against precious metals for safe-haven demand, and a steadying U.S. dollar, which has slipped back since touching a three-month high a day ago. August gold settled up $6.50, or 0.4%, to $1,783.30 an ounce, representing the highest finish since June 23, FactSet data show. The third straight gain for bullion also marked its longest string of gains since a similar period ended May 26. Trading in precious metals followed a closely watched report on June employment from the Labor Department, which came in better than the 706,000 job that were estimated by economists polled by Dow Jones and MarketWatch. The unemployment rate, meanwhile, rose to 5.9%, compared with 5.8% last month and an expectation for 5.6%.
8:03 a.m. June 6, 2021 - By Quentin Fottrell
If it’s not enhanced unemployment benefits, why are people turning down jobs? Some people are finding it difficult to get a job, while others need to find affordable child care, home help or even transportationSome people are finding it difficult to get a job, while others need to find affordable child care, home help or even transportation.
8:49 a.m. May 31, 2021 - By Quentin Fottrell
’Contagious unemployment’ — a controversial theory why companies have difficulty hiring workers ‘Unemployed workers send over 10 times as many job applications in a month as their employed peers, but are less than half as likely per application to make a move’‘Unemployed workers send over 10 times as many job applications in a month as their employed peers, but are less than half as likely per application to make a move.’
12:14 p.m. May 19, 2021 - By Quentin Fottrell
Almost half of parents say they’ll take on credit-card debt to pay for child care — others avoid day care due to COVID ‘Monthly child-care costs can feel like an extra mortgage payment’‘Monthly child care costs can feel like an extra mortgage payment.’
5:03 a.m. May 19, 2021 - By MarketWatch
Naomi Campbell, 50, welcomes a daughter — as more older women become parents ‘There is no greater love,’ the supermodel wrote on Instagram‘There is no greater love,’ the supermodel wrote on Instagram.
2:12 a.m. May 18, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
BioNTech names Jens Holstein CFO BioNTech SE , the German biotech that partnered with Pfizer Inc. to develop a COVID-19 vaccine that is authorized for use in the U.S., said Tuesday it has named Jens Holstein as chief financial officer. Holstein will replace Dr. Sierk Poetting, who will focus on his role as chief operating officer. Holstein comes to the role from MorphoSys AG, where he was CFO. He has also done stints in various roles at Fresenius SE Group. Under Poetting's leadership, BioNTech grew from a company with about 300 employees in 2014 to more than 2,000 today and went public with a Nasdaq listing in October 2019. Shares were up 0.5% premarket, but have gained 143% in the year to date, while the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF has fallen 10% and the S&P 500 has gained 12.2%.
12:09 p.m. May 6, 2021 - By Mark Decambre
Dow jumps over 300 points to log 23rd record close in 2021 and S&P 500 ends back above 4,200 amid late-session surgeU.S. stocks on Thursday finished a tumultous day firmly in positive territory and the Dow registered back-to-back record closes, supported by a round of strong corporate earnings and signs of continued improvement in the labor market as reflected in the jobless claims report ahead of a closely followed employment report due on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up by about 315 points, or 0.9%, to a record at 34,546, powered by gains in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Home Depot . The all-time closing high was the 23rd for the blue-chip index in 2021, outstripping all of the records produced in 2020, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The S&P 500 index closed up 0.8% at 4,200, while the Nasdaq Composite Index ended 0.4% higher at 13,633, snapping a four-session skid. A 1.4% rally in financials and a 1% rally in the technology sector helped to support Thursday's advance, which came as initial unemployment claims in the U.S. fell to 498,000 for first time in pandemic era, pointing to an improving labor market but also raising questions for some investors about the specter of rapidly rising inflation.
6:21 a.m. April 13, 2021 - By Tomi Kilgore
AdaptHealth stock plunges after CEO charged with tax fraud in DenmarkShares of AdaptHealth Corp. plunged 16.7% in morning trading Tuesday, after the maker of home health care equipment said it has learned that co-Chief Executive Luke McGee has been formally charged in Denmark for tax fraud for past private activity. The stock was on track to suffer the biggest one-day drop since the record plunge of 21.2% on March 18, 2020. The company said it has placed McGee, who founded the AdaptHealth in conjunction with Quadrant Management, on unpaid leave. The company said the charges stem from alleged "personal conduct" which occurred between March 2014 and August 2015, and had no connection with the company. In February, following the closing of , Stephen Griggs had joined McGee as co-CEO. "The Board has full confidence in the Company's management team, led by current Co-CEO Steve Griggs and President Josh Parnes, and in its ability to ensure that AdaptHealth's business remains strong and to maintain the Company's growth trajectory," AdaptHealth said in a statement. The stock has still rallied 74.2% over the past 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 49.6%.
12:09 p.m. April 7, 2021 - By Mark DeCambre
S&P 500 books 18th record close of 2021 in listless trading day after Fed signals commitment to lower ratesThe S&P 500 on Wednesday eked out a record, its 18th of the year, but trading action was otherwise lackluster as minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting appeared to reaffirm a commitment to a lower-rate regime as the COVID-stricken labor market recovers. The S&P 500 index closed up 0.2% at around 4,079, on a preliminary basis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up less than 0.1% at about 33,446, to mark its third gain in four sessions, while the Nasdaq Composite Index edged less than 0.1% lower to around 13,669. "While generally acknowledging that the medium-term outlook for real GDP growth and employment had improved, participants continued to see the uncertainty surrounding that outlook as elevated," minutes from the Fed's March 16-17 meeting read. The central bank said that its "current guidance for the federal funds rate and asset purchases was serving the economy well." Projections from Fed members indicate that policy makers won't look to normalize rates until at 2023 at the earliest but segments of the market have pushed back against that notion, amid fears that inflation will pick up as the economy improves.
12:06 p.m. April 5, 2021 - By Mark DeCambre
Dow, S&P 500 end at records as stock-market stages post-Easter rallyU.S. stocks benchmarks closed sharply higher Monday, with the Dow and S&P 500 finishing at record highs as a strong jobs report and upbeat services reports highlighted by a strong rebound for the U.S. economcy from the COVID lows. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 372 points, or 1.1%, to reach 33,525, on a preliminary basis. The S&P 500 index closed up by about 58 points or 1.4%, to reach 4,077, extending its record-high run above a milestone at 4,000 and putting 4,100 rapidly in its sights. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed up 1.7%, outperforming its peer indexes, to end at 13,705 and putting the benchmark less than 2% from exiting a correction, which it entered on March 8 when the index fell by at least 10% from its recent peak. U.S. stock markets were closed on Friday in observance of Good Friday and some markets in Europe were closed today in observance of Easter Monday. Labor-market data showed that U.S. hiring surged, with employers adding in March a seasonally adjusted 916,000 jobs, the best gain since August.
5:17 a.m. April 2, 2021 - By Mark DeCambre
Dow futures rise over 150 points in abbreviated Good Friday session as U.S. adds 916,000 in March and unemployment rate falls to 6%U.S. stock-index futures traded higher Friday morning after a blockbuster March jobs report, though cash trading in equities - and most other markets - are closed due to the Good Friday. The U.S. added 916,000 in March and the unemployment rate fell to 6% from 6.2%. Job growth was widespread in March, led by gains in leisure and hospitality, public and private education, and construction, the Labor Department report indicated. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to 153 points, or 0.5%, at 33,190, those for the S&P 500 added 0.4% at 4,027, set to extend a record climb for the index when markets reopen on Monday, while Nasdaq-100 futures [s:NQM21] advanced 0.2% to reach 13,344. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal, on average, estimated the report will show 675,000 new jobs were created in March, with some economists looking for the figure to top 1 million. Due to the Good Friday holiday stock-market futures closed at 9:15 a.m. Eastern Time and the rest of the market is closed.
5:10 a.m. March 25, 2021 - By Steve Goldstein
H&M, Burberry shares slide on Chinese retaliation fearsA number of European-listed clothing companies were down sharply in the wake of China retaliation over . H&M , Burberry Group , Adidas , Puma and Zara owner Inditex were among the companies trading between 2% and 6% lower. H&M items were dropped from leading Chinese retail sites.
1:12 p.m. March 24, 2021 - By Andrew Keshner
Equal Pay Day: How paid-leave and child-care policies failed to close gender pay gap Women typically need at least one extra degree to earn as much as their male colleaguesWomen typically need at least one extra degree to earn as much as their male colleagues.
9:48 a.m. March 22, 2021 - By Alison Fottrell
‘My pulse rate had shot up to 120 as I gasped my way into the ER’: Italy resumes AstraZeneca vaccine, and tightens lockdown More than half of Italy’s regions are now in the ‘red zone,’ just one year after the country effectively shut downMore than half of Italy’s regions are now in the ‘red zone,’ just one year after the country effectively shut down.
1:26 p.m. March 13, 2021 - By Alison Fottrell
‘We are weary’: Life in Italy, one year after national lockdown to stop the spread of COVID-19 ‘The presence of increased police patrols in a crowded square in Como on a recent Saturday evening is further evidence of a developing social malaise that needs to be kept in check’‘The presence of increased police patrols in a crowded square in Como on a recent Saturday evening is further evidence of a developing social malaise that needs to be kept in check.’
3:58 p.m. March 10, 2021 - By Quentin Fottrell
Harry and Meghan were preparing a financial break for the border their entire lives ‘Adversity + Planning = Growth’‘Adversity + Planning = Growth.’
11:32 a.m. Feb. 20, 2021 - By Quentin Fottrell
We were friendly with our neighbors for decades, until recently. One day, they introduced us to their financial adviser… ‘We dug trenches, poured concrete foundations, and worked to build our house; they hired contractors. They traded in cars frequently; we ran ours into the ground’‘We dug trenches, poured concrete foundations, and worked to build our house; they hired contractors. They traded in cars frequently; we ran ours into the ground.’
12:08 p.m. Feb. 5, 2021 - By Mark DeCambre
Stock market notches best weekly gain since November as investors shake off GameStop worries to focus on fiscal aidU.S. stock benchmarks finished mostly at records on Friday, notching the best rally in about three months, as fretting about the potential deterimental impact of trading in stocks popular with individual investors, like GameStop and AMC Entertainment Holdings , gave way to a focus on progress toward a fresh round of coronavirus aid led by the Biden administration. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up 0.3% at 31,148, just missing out on a closing record at 31,188.38. The S&P 500 index closed at a record at around 3,886, up 0.4%, while the Nasdaq Composit Index booked another all-time closing peak at 13,856, up 0.6% for the day. For the week, the Dow closed with a 3.9% gain, marking its longest win streak, five straight days, since August and its best weekly gain since Nov. 13. The S&P 500 notched a weekly advance of 4.7%, and the Nasdaq Composite logged a five-session advance of 6%, marking their best weekly gains since Nov. 6. The big data point of the week was a reading of monthly employment. The Labor Department showed that 49,000 jobs were added in January, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.3% from 6.7%. The results affirm the view that the recovery in the jobs market is stalling out amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has slammed the U.S. economy. Some 10 million jobs that vanished in the early stages of the pandemic still haven't returned. That said, the Senate early Friday approved a budget resolution, 51-to-50, that would allow for a fast tracking of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan.
10:33 a.m. Jan. 25, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
Biden to reinstate travel bans amid fears about new variants as global case tally heads toward 100 million Dr. Fauci says Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose vaccine could bet emergency use authorization within two weeksThe global tally of confirmed cases of the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 headed closer to 100 million on Monday with the U.S. accounting for a quarter of that total, as President Joe Biden prepared to reinstate travel restrictions against foreign citizens visiting the U.S. from Brazil, the U.K, Ireland and much of the rest of Europe, as well as South Africa.
5:36 a.m. Jan. 19, 2021 - By Tomi Kilgore
FedEx to cut up to 6,300 jobs in Europe, pay up to $575 million in severanceShares of FedEx Corp. after the package delivery company said it will cut between 5,500 and 6,300 jobs in Europe as it nears the completion of the network integration of TNT Express. FedEx's stock rose 1.4% in morning trading. The cuts will be across operational teams and back-office functions. FedEx expects to pay severance in the range of $300 million to $575 million in cash as a result of the job cuts, which charged expected to be incurred through fiscal 2023. Annualized savings from the cuts are expected to be between $275 million and $350 million, starting in fiscal 2024. FedEx's stock has dropped 9.2% over the past three months, while the Dow Jones Transportation Average has advanced 11.6% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 10.0%.
10:54 a.m. Jan. 14, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. case tally climbs to 23 million — or a quarter of the global tally — amid surge in new infections ‘We are tragically losing more than 1,300 people a week to this disease,’ says head of hard-hit Los Angeles County Public Health DepartmentThe global confirmed case tally for the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 climbed above 92 million on Thursday, with the U.S. accounting for more than 23 million of those infections, as the latest economic data showing the grave toll the pandemic is having on the labor market.
10:37 a.m. Jan. 8, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
More than 4,000 U.S. lives lost to COVID in single day, exceeding death toll from 9/11 attacks Numbers exceed even worst-case scenario forecasts of health experts as vaccine rollout continues to lag targetsThe U.S. set yet another record for the number of fatalities from the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 and recorded the highest number of new cases since the start of the outbreak, with the latest numbers exceeding even the worst case scenario forecasts of health experts.
10:39 a.m. Jan. 7, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. counts record of almost 4,000 COVID-19 deaths in a day as virus continues to wreak havoc Experts fear the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday may have created a superspreader event as few wore face masksAs the dramatic events in Washington, D.C. were unfolding Wednesday, the coroanvirus-borne illness COVID-19 continued to wreak havoc in the U.S., claiming a record of almost 4,000 American lives, the most in a single day since the start of the outbreak.
2:15 a.m. Jan. 7, 2021 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. could see up to 150,000 more COVID-19 deaths by February as new strain takes hold, expert warns More infectious variant makes it even more crucial to get vaccine program on track after early disappointment, says Dr. Ashish JhaThe U.S. set a fresh record for hospitalizations with the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 on Wednesday, as experts said the new, far more infectious variant makes it even more crucial to get the nation’s so-far underwhelming vaccine program on track.
7:44 a.m. Dec. 31, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. sets record for COVID deaths, and California confirms second case of highly infectious new strain Operation Warp Speed officials acknowledge delays in distributing vaccines, experts say government must do more to help statesThe U.S. set fresh records for one-day fatalities from the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 and number of patients hospitalized, as California became the second state after Colorado to find a case of the new COVID-19 variant that is racing across the U.K.
4:29 a.m. Dec. 30, 2020 - By Steve Goldstein
European Union says it's reached investment deal with ChinaThe European Union said it's concluded in principle a comprehensive agreement on investment with China that will help companies from the Continent do more business in the world's number-two economy. According to the European Union, the deal will prohibit forced technology transfers and commit China to environmental and labor standards.
12:41 p.m. Dec. 23, 2020 - By Maury Peiperl
‘America First’ puts the U.S. economy at risk while China, Europe and the rest of the world power forward Here’s how the Biden administration can restore America’s standing as a trading partner and leaderHere’s how the Biden administration can restore America’s standing as a trading partner and leader.
10:22 a.m. Dec. 10, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. sets record one-day death toll from coronavirus as FDA committee meets to review Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine FDA head says initial assessment is ‘this is a vaccine that does meet our criteria. ... But we do want to hear from the vaccine advisory committee.’The U.S. set fresh records for single-day fatalities from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 and hospitalizations, as a U.S. regulatory advisory committee gathered to offer its verdict on the vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc. and its German partner BioNTech SE.
11:00 a.m. Dec. 4, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
CDC forecasts up to 19,500 deaths from COVID-19 in week ending Dec. 26 ‘People were less willing to change their behavior than any other day during the pandemic,’ data analyst says of Thanksgiving DayThe U.S. set yet another record for new cases and fatalities in a single day from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 and the nation’s leading public health agency said there could be up to 19,500 deaths in the week ended Dec. 26.
4:40 a.m. Dec. 4, 2020 - By Mark DeCambre
Dow futures hold solid gains Friday as 245,000 jobs created in November, marking lowest tally since MayU.S. stock-index futures traded higher Friday, holding gains, after a key report on employment showed that 245,000 jobs were created in November and the unemployment rate held steady at 6.7%. Investors were looking at the figures from the Labor Department for November for clues to the strength of the labor market and as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens, with lawmakers in Washington weighing another round of aid spending. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch forecast a 438,000 increase in new jobs in November. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average were up 115 points, or 0.4%, at 30,044, those for the S&P 500 index advanced 0.3% at 3,675, while Nasdaq-100 futures advanced 0.3% at 12,494.
1:12 p.m. Dec. 3, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. posts record one-day COVID death toll — before the predicted post-Thanksgiving surge December, January and February will be the ‘most difficult time in the public health history of this nation, largely because of the stress that it’s going to put on our health-care system,’ says CDC head Robert RedfieldThe U.S. hit some grim milestones in the coronavirus pandemic in a single day Wednesday, with a record number of fatalities and more than 100,000 COVID-19 patients in hospitals for the first time since the start of the outbreak, as a leading public health official warned of a cold, hard winter to come.
10:48 a.m. Dec. 2, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. COVID-19 death toll tops 272,000 as CDC pushes ahead with plans for expected vaccine rollout U.K. grants emergency-use authorization to Pfizer and partner BioNTech’s vaccine candidate, but many hurdles remainThe U.S. set a fresh record for hospitalizations with the coronavirus illness COVID-19 on Wednesday and the death toll climbed above 272,000, as the nation’s main public health agency pushed ahead with planning for an expected vaccine rollout.
3:37 p.m. Nov. 25, 2020 - By Jack Denton
Goldman Sachs is launching a new trading platform as an insurance policy. Here’s why.Goldman Sachs is being forced to open a new stock trading hub in Paris, due to uncertainty surrounding Brexit and London’s future as a European stock trading center.
5:37 a.m. Nov. 25, 2020 - By Mark DeCambre
Dow retreats from 30,000 milestone at open, but Nasdaq trades in record territory ahead of Thanksgiving holidayU.S. equity benchmarks Wednesday morning saw muted action, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average breached 30,000 points for the first time, and as investors readied for pandemic-tinged Thanksgiving on Thursday when U.S. markets will be closed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 90 points, or 0.3%, to trade at 29.960, the S&P 500 index slipped 0.1% to 3,631, while the Nasdaq Composite Index added 25 points, or 0.2%, at 12,061, touching closing record territory for the tech-laden index. Investors in the past week have focused on progress toward COVID-19 vaccines, and abating concerns around the presidential transition of President-elect Joe Biden. In economic reports, Labor Department employment figures showed jobless claims rose for a second consecutive week, a sign that resurging cases of COVID are taking a toll on the labor market. Meanwhile, durable goods orders rose by more than forecast. A number of other economic reports are set for today, pulled forward because of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday and Black Friday in the U.S. The Federal Reserve's meeting minutes from its meeting earlier this month will be released at 2 p.m.
10:58 a.m. Nov. 23, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
U.S. coronavirus case tally tops 12 million amid growing fears that Thanksgiving travel will spark another surge of infections ‘Four days before a holiday with potentially the most indoor and in-person gatherings of the year in the U.S., the virus is here and more prevalent than ever,’ says one analystThe global case tally for the coronavirus illness COVID-19 rose to 58.8 million on Monday and the U.S. tally rose above 12 million, with new daily infections heading toward 200,0000 a day amid growing fears that Thanksgiving travel will spark another surge.
6:40 a.m. Nov. 21, 2020 - Associated Press
G-20 summit opens as leaders urge united response to virus The pandemic, which has claimed more than 1.37 million lives worldwide, has offered the G-20 an opportunity to prove how such bodies can facilitate international cooperation in crisesThe Group of 20 summit began on Saturday with appeals by the world’s most powerful leaders to collectively chart a way forward as the coronavirus pandemic overshadows this year’s gathering, transforming it from in-person meetings to a virtual gathering of speeches and declarations.
9:56 a.m. Nov. 12, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
Coronavirus update: U.S. sets sixth new case record in eight days and more than 65,000 COVID-19 patients are in hospitals for first time U.K. is first European country with more than 50,000 deathsJust one week after the U.S. surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases in a single day for the first time, it has set a one-day record of almost 143,000, while hospitalizations rose above 65,000 for the first time since the start of the outbreak.
5:11 p.m. Nov. 7, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
Coronavirus update: Third straight single-day case record in U.S.; Trump chief of staff Meadows tests positive President-elect Joe Biden will announce a COVID-19 task force on Monday, Axios reportsThe U.S. case tally from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 rose by a record of almost 133,000 on Friday, a third straight day of record-setting levels, as hospitals in rural areas of the Midwest and southern states including Texas and Florida continued to feel the strain.
1:20 p.m. Nov. 6, 2020 - By Ciara Linnane
Coronavirus update: U.S. new cases jump 20% to record 121,200 in a single day; ‘We North Dakotans are in crisis,’ says doctor 13 states posted record case numbers on Thursday, including Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Oklahoma, Nebraska and North DakotaJust one day after the U.S. surpassed 100,000 new cases of the coronavirus illness COVID-19 in a singe day, it set a fresh record that was 20% higher, straining hospitals in areas of the Midwest and South as they struggle to cope with an influx of patients.
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