Thursday, September 23, 2021

Stock Market

The stock market refers to the collection of markets and exchanges. It is where regular activities of buying, selling, and issuance of shares of publicly-held companies take place.

NYSE to Have A Volatile Week Ahead of FOMC

This week (20th to 24th), the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is expected to spend a volatile week at the Federal Reserve's regular meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). In September, all three major U.S. indexes have turned...

Stock of Chinese Companies Continue to Plunge

Stock prices of Chinese companies are plummeting again as regulatory risks for Chinese authorities' Big Tech  have been re-emerged. The China regulatory risk is expected to continue for the time being, raising concerns among investors. On the New York Stock...

CLover health shares

NYSE Rose in Unison To Close July (7/31)

The NYSE rose in unison. Analysts say that the Federal Reserve's remarks that it would not hurry to tighten led to a rise in stock prices as major economic indicators such as GDP in the second quarter of the U.S....

Dow Jones Closed Highest After 4 Days Rally

New York Stock Exchange's Dow Jones closed at 35,000 for the first time on strong corporate earnings. The Dow Jones 30 industrial average closed at 35,061.55, up 238.20 points from the previous day. The Standard & Poor's 500 rose 152.39...

investing in low-risk stock

Defining Stock Options

People mostly are familiar with long term stock investment. This type of stock investment allows people to buy and hold shares of stock. These people purchase the shares of stock from a particular company then wait for an increase in...

NYSE Closed High, S&P Broke Another Record (7/2)

The NYSE closed high on news of improved weekly unemployment indicators. The Dow Jones 30 industrial average rose 131.02 points or 0.38 percent to 34,633.53 on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Tuesday. The Standard & Poor's 500 index...

short selling, sin stocks, IPO Market

Investors, Get To Know Sin Stocks!

Sin stocks are those which belong to publicly traded companies that involve in the activities people think to be unethical or immoral. They are the stocks found in sectors that make money from exploiting human weakness and frailties. The Detail...

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