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Wall Street falls for fifth day in a row

Wall Street falls for fifth day in a row

US stocks extends its losing streak as investors remained on edge amid ongoing concerns over trade, political turmoil and economic growth.

  • by Jeremy Herron & Vildana Hajric

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Bear market looming: Billionaire says returns 'are not going to be very good'

Bear market looming: Billionaire says returns 'are not going to be very good'

Controversial hedge fund manager says the market is "definitely late cycle" as he predicts a bear market within two years.

  • by Saijel Kishan
Wall Street sputters as oil slides lower while pound jumps on Brexit news

Wall Street sputters as oil slides lower while pound jumps on Brexit news

US stocks finished the session lower as a surge in optimism over trade talks with China was offset by a plunge in crude prices.

'Capitulation': Oil price continues tumble as outlook darkens

'Capitulation': Oil price continues tumble as outlook darkens

Oil's unprecedented decline deepened as investors fled a market hammered by swelling excess supplies, a darkening demand outlook and US President Donald Trump's Twitter critique of the world's biggest crude exporter.

  • by Samuel Robinson
Heaven or hell: Wall Street on the road to purgatory
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Heaven or hell: Wall Street on the road to purgatory

Investors desperately need the US economy to break decisively one way or the other.

  • by Tim Duy
'Ugly sell off': Apple, Goldman Sachs drag on Wall Street

'Ugly sell off': Apple, Goldman Sachs drag on Wall Street

Some big names lead the declines as Wall Street falls across the board.

  • by April Joyner
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Apple shares drop as iPhone's sluggish sales raise red flags
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Apple shares drop as iPhone's sluggish sales raise red flags

Apple shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday as three suppliers issued warnings on results that pointed to weakness in iPhone sales.

Wall Street's $62 trillion China dream inches toward reality
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Wall Street's $62 trillion China dream inches toward reality

A year after announcing a relaxing of rules, the pace of change in China has been closer to a crawl than a sprint.

Investors focus on retailers as wages rise
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Investors focus on retailers as wages rise

US companies are warning about rising wages eating into profit margins, increasing investor worries that next year's expected drop in profit growth may be sharper than feared.

  • by Caroline Valetkevitch
'Oil is spooking the market': Crude slide, China worries send Wall Street falling

'Oil is spooking the market': Crude slide, China worries send Wall Street falling

Wall Street's three major stock indexes lost ground on Friday, after a week of recovery from the October sell-off, as oil prices fell further and more evidence of a slowing Chinese economy was reported.

  • by Sruthi Shankar
The $6 trillion wipeout in Asian stocks is getting deeper
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The $6 trillion wipeout in Asian stocks is getting deeper

It was looking like a week of wound-licking for Asian stocks. Then crude oil entered a bear market and alarm bells rang on China's slowdown as tech stocks plunged.