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Stocks fell for a second consecutive day but still remain within one good day of an all-time high.
The S&P 500 dropped 0.3% to 2,368.38 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 29.58 points, or 0.1%, to 20,924.76. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.3% to 5,833.93. The S&P 500 is still just 1.4% off its all-time high.
Target (NYSE:TGT), America’s second-largest discount retailer, shocked the investment community with a fiscal fourth quarter (ended Jan. 31, 2017) earnings miss. Management also slashed guidance for fiscal 2017 to a midpoint of $4.00 from analyst estimates of about $5.34.
Shares that had fetched above $85 during 2015 and north of $84 last spring opened at $57.41 on Tuesday. CNBC commentators....More>>>
The risk-off trade is back in high gear, according to Treasury yields. The downside momentum in the benchmark 10-year yield is particularly conspicuous, based on daily data through yesterday (Apr. 5) via Treasury.gov. One theory making the rounds: the slide in the 10-year yield to 1.73% on Tuesday a five-week low is the crowd’s way of pricing in expectations that the first estimate of US....More>>>
Singapore's largest property developer, CapitaLand (OTCPK:CLLDY) (CATL.SI) had a pretty good 2017. Helped by improving conditions in Singapore and China, not to mention significant project openings, CapitaLand's local shares climbed 20% and the ADRs did even better.
A power outage hit the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, dimming the lights in one of the main convention halls hosting demonstrations from the likes of LG Electronics Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co.
“There is an isolated power outage at the Las Vegas Convention Center. W
In Lahore and Karachi, American flags were burned in front of TV cameras after President Trump’s decision on Jan. 4 to withhold $2 billion of security aid from Pakistan to punish it for allegedly harboring terrorists. The country’s government issued angry statements claiming no ins