Shutterstock photo In trading on Friday, shares of EQT GP Holdings LP (Symbol: EQGP) entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $25.011 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to......

Shutterstock photo Top Tech Stocks MSFT +0.23% AAPL +0.53% IBM +0.68% CSCO +1.21% GOOG +.87% Technology stocks were up strongly Friday, with shares of tech companies in the S&P 500 adding more than 0.6% in value while the Philadelphia semiconductor index was posting an over......

Shutterstock photo Top Consumer Stocks WMT +0.75% MCD -1.64% DIS +1.46% CVS +2.17% KO +1.18% Consumer stocks were rising during Friday trading, with shares of consumer staples companies in the S&P 500 adding more than 0.5% this afternoon although shares of consumer discretionary firms in......

Shutterstock photo In trading on Friday, shares of AK Steel Holding Corp. (Symbol: AKS) crossed above their 200 day moving average of $5.64, changing hands as high as $6.14 per share. AK Steel Holding Corp. shares are currently trading up about 16.2% on the day.......

Shutterstock photo In trading on Friday, shares of Rowan Companies plc (Symbol: RDC) crossed above their 200 day moving average of $12.84, changing hands as high as $13.09 per share. Rowan Companies plc shares are currently trading up about 1.8% on the day. The chart......

Shutterstock photo Top Consumer Stocks WMT +1.53% MCD -1.41% DIS +1.60% CVS +2.38% KO +0.86% Consumer stocks turned mixed in late Friday trade, with shares of consumer staples companies in the S&P 500 adding almost 0.7% this afternoon although shares of consumer discretionary firms in......

Shutterstock photo Top Tech Stocks MSFT +0.31% AAPL +0.74% IBM +0.68% CSCO +1.42% GOOG +1.16% Technology stocks have pared their earlier gains, with shares of tech companies in the S&P 500 climbing about 0.2% in value today while the Philadelphia semiconductor index was fell back......

Shutterstock photo The U.S Dollar became weaker and Wall Street surged on the news. Global investor sentiment appears to have embraced risk-taking. Producer Price Index data will come from the States today. U.S Inflation Proves Strong, Global Markets React with Kick Start Higher The broad......

Shutterstock photo The Nikkei Index has powered higher today and Revised Industrial Production numbers from Japan were strong. Another Round of Important U.S Data, Wall Street Fuels Global Buying Japanese investors have proven risk-friendly and were strong buyers on the Nikkei and Topix Indexes today,......

Citigroup boss Michael Corbat just got a huge raise. Corbat scored $23 million in total pay last year, the bank said on Friday. That’s a cool 48% above what he made in 2016. The pay hike underlines Citi’s (C) success in bouncing back from its......

Shutterstock photo Oil prices are falling and analysts and market players are as eager as ever to explain the decline in accordance with their own bullish or bearish leanings. It’s a natural correction that was only to be expected after the buildup of long bets......

The Commerce Department is recommending steep tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum. The suggested tariffs, offered by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in the name of national security, are the latest indication that President Trump’s trade talk is turning from bark to bite. They also raise......

Russian stocks tumbled Friday afternoon after a federal grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election. The VanEck Vectors Russia exchange-traded fund (RSX), which tracks a host of publicly-traded Russian companies, fell 1.6 percent following......

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says his country is entering “a new era” following the ouster of his scandal-plagued predecessor, Jacob Zuma. Investors appear to agree. The country’s benchmark stock index has surged 5% since Zuma stepped down late Wednesday. And the South African rand......

Wall Street is already handing out verdicts on who will win and who will lose if President Trump follows the Commerce Department’s recommendations to impose heavy tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. American steel stocks spiked on Friday immediately after the Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross......

Headaches and long lines are growing at banks across Argentina in the sweltering summer heat. Bank employees in South America’s second-largest nation are poised for a two-day, nationwide strike starting Monday. Paired with the weekend — banks don’t open on Saturdays — it means Argentina......

The top regulator for U.S. financial markets is barring a Chinese-led group of investors from buying the Chicago Stock Exchange. In a notice late Thursday, the Securities and Exchange Commission highlighted various concerns, including whether the deal would allow it to supervise the exchange properly.......

Shutterstock photo Top Tech Stocks MSFT +1.18% AAPL +2.70% IBM +0.32% CSCO +3.90% GOOG +1.07% Technology stocks were outperforming most sectors Thursday, with shares of tech companies in the S&P 500 adding just under 1.0% in value while the Philadelphia semiconductor index was posting a......

America’s biggest foreign creditor is opening its wallet wider. China’s holdings of U.S. government debt swelled to $1.18 trillion by the end of 2017, up $127 billion from a year earlier, according to Treasury Department data published Thursday. That’s an annual increase of 13%, the......

One month, 898,700 cars sold. Volkswagen Group said Friday that it has set a new sales record for January, with global deliveries increasing 10% over the same period in 2017. “That is the best start to the year in the history of the Volkswagen Group,”......

Shutterstock photo Top Consumer Stocks WMT +1.41% MCD flat DIS +0.33% CVS +0.56% KO +1.16% Consumer stocks were broadly higher in Thursday trading, with shares of consumer staples companies in the S&P 500 rising over 1.0% while shares of consumer discretionary firms in the S&P......

It’s raining stock buybacks on Wall Street — thanks to President Trump’s massive corporate tax cuts. The White House has celebrated the tax cut bonuses unveiled by the likes of Walmart (WMT), Bank of America (BAC) and Disney (DIS). Yet shareholders, not workers, are far......