Oil prices bounced and Wall Street stocks declined Monday, reversing the most recent trends as markets eye the end of a bruising second quarter. After
by John BIERS Equity markets dove again Monday, with Wall Street officially entering a bear market as investors bet on more aggressive Federal Reserve
Bitcoin slumped below $30,000 for the first time since July 2021 on Tuesday as cryptocurrencies track sinking markets with investors spooked by aggressive US monetary
World oil prices plunged five percent in value Monday on weaker demand concerns owing to China’s renewed Covid lockdowns and soaring inflation, according to traders.
Wall Street skidded into the red on Tuesday, as ongoing investor fears about sharp interest rate increases drove all three major indices to big losses
Oil prices tumbled Monday along with equities in Europe and Asia on worries over a worsening Covid-19 outbreak in China, while US stocks finished a
Wall Street stocks tumbled further Friday afternoon on rising angst over the Federal Reserve plan to aggressively counter inflation with higher interest rates. Near 1830
Stock markets lost ground while metal prices hit record highs and oil surged on Monday after the United States raised the prospect of an embargo
Stocks in Hong Kong tumbled more than four percent in the first few minutes of trade Monday as investors grow increasingly worried about the impact
World oil prices jumped Tuesday with WTI crude hitting a fresh 2014 peak, as traders fretted over fallout from key producer Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.