News Reviews Stocks 

Stocks Daily Review October 1, 2019

Stocks Daily Review for October 1, 2019

Diversify Your Portfolio With These 5 International Stocks

A balanced portfolio can help minimize your overall risk.

 

Wall Street opens modestly higher, energy shares underperfom

Major equity indexes in the United States (US) started the first trading day of the week in the positive territory led by upbeat gains witnessed in te

 

European stocks have lagged US ones by 20%. JPMorgan says now is the time to pounce. | Markets Insider

JPMorgan in a note said that now is the time to move into European stocks. The bank’s equity strategists previously had favored US stocks, but ‘now believ…

 

Stocks end higher as Apple leads tech rally

Stocks finished higher Monday, ending the month and third quarter on a positive note as shares of Apple Inc. led gains for technology shares. Trump…

 

Gold Miner stocks sink as gold prices pulled lower by strength in U.S. dollar, equities

Shares of gold miners traded broadly lower Monday, as gold prices fell below a psychologically significant level on the back of a rallying U.S. dollar and…

 

Alibaba, Baidu stocks bounce after denial of plans to ban Chinese companies from listing in the U.S.

Shares of U.S.-listed shares of Chinese companies were mostly higher in morning trading Monday, after a U.S. Treasury official denied a report out Friday…

 

Bed Bath & Beyond upgraded two days before earnings, shares soar

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. stock soared 5.2% in Monday trading after the home retailer was upgraded to outperform from neutral at Wedbush. Analysts moved the…

 

Stocks open modestly higher as Treasury says no plans to block Chinese companies from listing in U.S.

U.S. stocks rose at the opening bell on Monday as a Treasury Department official pushed back on reports that the Trump administration would prevent Chinese…

 

Australian Dollar Whipsaws as RBA Cuts Rate, APAC Stocks Hold Up

AUD/USD made initial gains as Australia’s key interest rate falls again, to 0.75%. The RBA’s accompanying statement was no more dovish than recent editions.

 

Have a nice trading!




Related posts