The stock exchange will pause trading if the benchmark for U.S. equities slumps to 1,832.92 before 3:25 p.m. New York time, Sara Rich, a NYSE spokeswoman said in an e-mail.
Years of bailouts and monetary expansion have created one of the most inflated and artificial economic booms in history, and now it appears that this global economic bubble is deflating.
Stocks could drop by 1000 points on a daily basis
It's wild out there on Monday morning...Dow futures were down as much as 700 points, the S&P 500 was down about 4%, and the Nasdaq fell 5%, triggering a "limit down" brief pause in trading.
Apple stock is down by 6% on Monday, continuing a trend we have seen over the past several weeks.
The global market bloodletting continues as the sell-off has officially reached historic levels.
Last week, in the global currency war's latest escalation, Kazakhstan instituted a free float for the tenge. The currency immediately plunged by some 25%.
We warned on Friday, after last week's China rout, that the market is getting ahead of itself with its expectation of a RRR-cut by China as large as 100 bps. "The risk is that there isn't one."
That may spell trouble for investors
U.S. stock futures opened lower on Sunday after Wall Street recorded its worst day since 2011.
America's stock market plunged dramatically Friday, marking its biggest loss of the year.
32.93 Down -1.17(-3.43%) NASDAQ - As of 4:00PM EDT
Most people are blissfully ignorant of the fact that 2007-8 was just a mild rehearsal of what we soon are going to experience.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 530 points, and that followed a 358 point crash on Thursday. When you add those two days together, the total two day stock market crash that we just witnessed comes to a grand total of 888 points, which is
U.S. oil prices traded below $40 a barrel for the first time since the 2009 financial crisis, ending 2 percent lower on Friday on signs of U.S. oversupply and weak Chinese manufacturing and notching the longest weekly losing streak in almost three d
The Janet Yellen Fed will not raise interest rates in any meaningful way anytime soon. Instead, she will announce new QE programs.
U.S. stocks closed deep in the red on Friday as global growth concerns accelerated selling pressure to push the Dow into correction territory.
This spring, traders and analysts working deep in the global swaps markets began picking up peculiar readings: Hundreds of billions of dollars of trades by U.S. banks had seemingly vanished.
Not even the seasonally-adjusted sentiment surveys can give a glimmer of hope any more. A few weeks after the July ISM manufacturing report printed at the lowest since March, moments ago the Markit mfg PMI index was released, printing at justt 52.9,
Investors who bought into Twitter's public debut officially dipped underwater today. On Thursday, for the first time, shares of the embattled social media company dropped below $26--the pricing set during the company's November 2013 initial publ
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index tumbled the most since February 2014, sending it below a trading range that has supported it for most of the year amid intensifying concern that global growth is slowing.
Jobs are strong, wages are a mystery and China risk is up
The US housing bubble was an attempt to cover up/recover from the dot-com bust. Now the US is in a financial bubble engineered to recover from the housing bubble debacle. Soon this bubble will burst. Only the date is unknown.
Some of you might remember the glossy highly produced advertisements back in the early 1980s when Wall Street decided it was time to turn American retirement plans into casinos.
If History Is Any Indication, Junk Bonds And Copper Are Telling Us Exactly Where Stocks Are Heading Next
As you're no doubt aware, the Fed is fond of using the research departments at its various branches to validate policy and analyze away bad economic outcomes.
The July index of leading indicators, from The Conference Board, cratered in July. The self-referential index (which includes Treasury yields) tumbled to -0.2% as the curve steepened. The last time it was weaker than this was March 2013.
A new report on the freedom of countries around the world ranks the United States 20th, putting countries like Chile and the United Kingdom ahead of the U.S.
Federal Reserve officials said last month that while conditions for raising interest rates were approaching, they need more confidence inflation is moving toward their goal, according to meeting minutes that prompted investors to reduce bets for a Se
The Federal Reserve is putting some of its post-crisis actions under a magnifying glass and not liking everything it sees.