Wall Street rebounds from sell-off...
Wall Street rebounds from sell-off
Wall Street indexes snapped a losing streak on Friday and technology stocks came roaring back after a week of blistering losses. Fred Katayama reports.
Don't panic, says Rich Guerrini, but stocks could fall another 5 percent
The CEO of PNC Investments tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that the two-day sell-off is a market episode, not an economic episode. He says 2018 should still yield "decent" returns.
Wall Street sells off
Wall Street indexes continued their slide in Thursday's volatile session as investors worried about rising interest rates and braced for impact on corporate earnings from trade conflicts. Fred Katayama reports.
Selling isn't over yet, and intervention will save the day, says Hilary Kramer
A&G Capital's chief investment officer predicts the Fed will take steps to ensure the equity markets will bounce back after selling off a bit more. She tells Reuters' Fred Katayama she sees opportunities in financial and staples stocks.
U.S. stocks plunge on rising bond yields
Stocks tumbled on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 marking its biggest daily decline since Feb. 8. As Fred Katayama reports, rising bond yields drove investors away from risky assets.
U.S. stocks plunge par for October, presenting opportunities, says Ross Gerber
The CEO of Gerber Kawasaki tells Reuters' Fred Katayama Wall Street's sell-off presents buying opportunities in shares of Walt Disney and Tesla.
Dow, S&P 500 dip slightly
The Dow and S&P 500 ended down slightly on Tuesday as investors, worried about global growth prospects, sold materials and industrials stocks. Fred Katayama reports.
Deeper correction possible if companies cut earnings estimates, warns Randy Watts
William O'Neil & Co.'s chief investment officer tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the U.S. equities uptrend is under pressure. Keep a close eye on earnings guidance and the 200-day moving average on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, he says.
S&P cuts losses to end flat
The S&P 500 cut losses to end nearly flat on Monday just above a key technical level. Fred Katayama reports.
Keep buying on dips, stocks dip is temporary, says Craig Callahan
The president of ICON Advisers tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that the bull market is intact and why he's still comfortable despite Treasury yields at 7-year highs.