Singapore: Stocks in Japan were given a huge boost on Wednesday (January 30th), as its Nikkei share average climbed above the 11,000 points mark for the first time in 33 months, with exporters making gains, along with the real estate sector, as the country prepares for more monetary easing by [...]
New York: US stocks dropped Wednesday with the S&P 500 back to negative territory for the year, as sentiment was...
Washington: Despite setting new sales and profit records over the last three months and blowing past the $100 billion...
New York: US stocks gained Monday after investors' concern over world economy drove the S&P 500 down for four...
New York: Wall Street rallied Monday helping to erase all losses after the Standard & Poor's downgrading of the US rating, as investors were hunting bargains following a roller-coaster week, Xinhua reported. As the downgrade aftermath fades away, the investors are now paying more attention to the economic situation. With [...]Read more ›
• Asian markets plunge on back of euro fears and US losses
• World stock markets tumble sharply again, with the FTSE falling 191 points
• Dow Jones Industrial Average falls by 512 points in biggest one-day fall since late 2008
• Oil and gold both decline, as investors race for US Treasuries
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New York: With all three indexes rallying for the fifth straight day, Wall Street Friday finished its best week in nearly two years, Xinhua reported. The Dow Jones industrial average ended at 12,582.77, gaining 5.3 percent for the past week and wiping out all of June’s losses. The broader Standard [...]Read more ›
Toronto: After its 21 percent plunge Friday, BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) continued to bleed Monday, with its stock further diving almost seven percent. At $25.41 now, RIM stock is at its lowest since 2006. Even as its fortunes plunged on the market, the top Canadian company suffered another [...]Read more ›
Toronto: In the biggest one-day fall in its fortunes Friday, the BlackBerry company Research In Motion (RIM) plunged about 21 percent – or more than $7 per share – after Thursday’s poor quarterly results. The stock of the iconic wireless giant closed at $27.24 – the lowest in five years [...]Read more ›
Toronto: The stock of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) closed at a new low of $ 41.72 on the Toronto Stock Exchange Monday after the wireless giant recalled about 1,000 PlayBook tablets because of a faulty operating system. The last time RIM stock traded at these levels was in [...]Read more ›