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US stocks fall on mixed earnings NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks fell early Thursday following mixed earnings and government data that showed the US economic rebound in the second quarter was slightly lower than expected.About 35 minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 17,671.29, down 80.10 points (0.45 percent).The broad-based S&P 500 dropped 10.12 (0.48 percent) to 2,098.45, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index fell 32.20 (0.63 percent) to 5,079.53.Dow member Procter & Gamble tumbled 3.8 percent after reporting a 79.8 percent drop in quarterly earnings to $521 million on lower sales and a hefty charge on operations in Venezuela.Food company Mondelez International jumped 3.5 percent following better-than-expected earnings.US gross domestic product expanded at an annual rate of 2.3 percent in the April-June period, the Commerce Department reported, slightly below the 2.5 percent consensus estimate.However, Commerce revised up its estimate on the first quarter to growth of 0.6 percent from a 0.2 percent ...

TSX jumps as investors cheer oil data; Fed in spotlight TORONTO: Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday, after briefly turning negative, as financial and energy stocks helped guide the market higher and markets cheered forecast-beating crude inventory data out of the United States. The index, which has generally been in decline since highs reached in April, built on Tuesday's gains. The market could turn after the US Federal Reserve releases its latest monetary policy statement later in the session. "Possibly in the short term, ...
TSX scratches higher after seven-day skid TORONTO: Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday after a seven-day streak of losses as investors picked through earnings reports and several resource stocks got a bounce from recent lows. BlackBerry Ltd gained 4.8 percent to C$9.96 after Morgan Stanley upgraded the stock of the smartphone pioneer. Shares in oil company Husky Energy Inc jumped 3.4 percent to C$23.34 after its quarterly report. At 11:03 a.m. EDT (1503 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX ...
TSX slides 1 percent, beaten down by China, commodities rout TORONTO: Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, in a broad rout that tracked global equities, which fell on the heels of a more than 8 percent plunge in Chinese stocks.The declines were led by the heavily weighted energy and financial sectors, which were down 1.7 percent and 1.3 percent, respectively. "The energy sector is just so bad, it looks like the impact of lower energy prices the hit to production and investment seems to ...
US equities fall on Chinese sell-off NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks began a busy week of earnings and economic reports sharply lower in early trade Monday following a plunge in Chinese equity markets.About 35 minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 17,414.97, down 153.56 points (0.87 percent).The broad-based S&P 500 fell 13.79 (0.66 percent) to 2,065.86, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 41.11 (0.81 percent) to 5,047.52.US and European equity markets retreated after the Shanghai exchange plummeted ...
TSX extends losses, dragged by Valeant, banks, resources TORONTO: Canada's main stock index extended its losses for the week on Friday, hurt by profit taking on Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc and continued declines in the key financials, materials and energy groups. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index fell 40.95 points, or 0.29 percent, to 14,224.42 shortly after the open. Half of the index's 10 main sectors lost ground.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
TSX extends slide on commodities rout, earnings TORONTO: Canada's main stock index fell on Friday as a rout in commodity prices pushed mining and energy stocks toward deeper losses, while disappointing earnings and some profit taking also added to the declines. "What we're into here is a bit of a malaise as concerns build about the economy in Canada and the state of the global commodities," said Michael Sprung, president at Sprung Investment Management Inc. "Toronto's just having a very tough time.Given ...


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