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TSX little changed as investors digest Fed statement TORONTO: Canada's main stock index was little changed on Thursday after comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve helped ease concerns that a rate hike might be imminent.The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 33.46 points, or 0.22 percent, at 14,928.78 shortly after the open.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Wall St retreats after Fed-fueled rally; energy falls NEW YORK: US stocks opened modestly lower on Thursday in the wake of a rally in the prior session after the Federal Reserve cut economic growth and inflation projections and indicated it was in no rush to hike interest rates.U.S. stocks had rallied more than 1 percent on Wednesday as investors, who had sold equities ahead of the meeting, were relieved by Fed Chair Janet Yellen's dovish outlook.But investors will now seek signs of improvement ...
US stocks drop ahead of Fed statement; oil shares fall NEW YORK: US stocks fell in early trade Wednesday with petroleum stocks sagging on weak oil prices as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's afternoon policy announcement.About 30 minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 17,752.26, down 96.82 points (0.54 percent).The broad-based S&P 500 lost 8.36 (0.40 percent) at 2,065.82, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index fell 13.86 (0.28 percent) to 4,923.57.Dow member ExxonMobil fell 0.3 percent and oil-services titan Schlumberger ...
Wall St falls with eyes on Fed statement NEW YORK: US stocks fell in early trading on Wednesday ahead of a highly anticipated statement and news conference by the Federal Reserve later in the session, with the Fed expected to give clearer clues on how soon it plans to tighten monetary policy.The U.S. central bank is expected to provide indications on the timing of its first interest rate hike in nearly a decade, as its two-day meeting ends later in the day. The ...
TSX declines as investors are cautious ahead of Fed TORONTO: Canada's main stock index slipped on Wednesday as investors were nervous ahead of Federal Reserve comments expected to clarify the U.S. central bank's plans to raise interest rates.The Fed is expected to release a statement this afternoon, which will be followed by a press conference by Chair Janet Yellen.Oil prices slumped on increasing crude inventories, pressuring shares of energy producers.Investors refrained from taking big positions ahead of the Fed statement."The market is struggling. Investors ...
Europe shares rise, US falls before Fed statement NEW YORK: Stocks on Wall Street slipped and shares in Europe rose on Wednesday, reflecting a policy divergence between the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, while oil prices fell as data indicated U.S. crude inventories were at a new record high.U.S. stocks were lower ahead of the Fed's highly anticipated policy statement at 2 p.m. (1800 GMT) and news conference half an hour later, with the U.S. central bank expected to lay the ...
Dow, S&P end lower on Fed nerves; Nasdaq ends up NEW YORK: The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday as commodity-related shares declined and nervousness increased ahead of a Federal Reserve statement, while the Nasdaq edged higher. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 129.98 points, or 0.72 percent, to 17,847.44, the S&P 500 lost 7.02 points, or 0.34 percent, to 2,074.17 and the Nasdaq Composite added 7.93 points, or 0.16 percent, to 4,937.44. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

 



 
Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,678.23 0.23
Arrow Nasdaq 4,863.36 0.27
Arrow S&P 2,056.15 0.24
Arrow FTSE 6,895.33 1.37
Arrow DAX 11,843.66 0.18
Arrow CAC-40 5,006.35 0.29
Arrow Nikkei 19,471.12 1.39
Arrow H.Seng 24,497.08 0.13
Arrow Sensex 27,457.58 2.33





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