Stocks moved mostly lower during trading on Friday following the release of the closely watched monthly employment report. The losses on the day came after the major averages ended the previous session on opposite sides of the unchanged line.
While President Barack Obama already has the votes to sustain a veto of a resolution to kill the Iran nuclear deal, a key Democrat still announced his opposition to the agreement on Friday.
U.S. crude oil snapped a two-day gain to end lower on Friday, after some mixed U.S. jobs data raised concerns over its impact on energy demand and the possibility of a delay in the Federal Reserve plans on hiking interest rates. Investor sentiments were also impacted after most global stock markets declining,...
Facing falling poll numbers, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has apologized for the confusion caused by her decision to use a private email server while Secretary of State.
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is once again attacking a member of the media after facing what he described as "gotcha" questions on foreign policy. Trump blasted conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt as a "third-rate radio announcer."
Gold futures ended lower for a third straight session Friday, after some soft U.S. jobs data provided little cues to a likely interest rate hike in September by the Federal Reserve. The dip in gold prices comes even as the dollar trended lower against a basket of some major currencies after the unemployment...
After coming under pressure early in the session, stocks continue to see significant weakness in mid-day trading on Friday. The losses on the day come after the major averages ended the previous session on opposite sides of the unchanged line.
Amid mounting pressure from supporters, Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday his decision on whether to run for president would primarily hinge on whether his family has the energy for a campaign.
With traders reacting negatively to the monthly jobs report, stocks have moved sharply lower in early trading on Friday. The major averages have shown notable moves to the downside after ending the previous session mixed.
Offering Democrats a potential pickup opportunity, seven-term Minnesota Congressman John Kline, R-Minn., announced Thursday he has decided not to seek re-election in 2016. Kline currently serves as Chairman of the powerful House Education and the Workforce Committee.
While the Labor Department released a report on Friday showing much weaker than expected U.S. job growth in the month of August, the unemployment rate still fell to a new seven-year low. The Labor Department said non-farm payroll employment climbed by 173,000 jobs in August.
Scientists believe that getting exposed to farm dust in early years of growth can help prevent asthma attack. Research in animal models is largely supporting their belief.
Stocks may come under pressure in early trading on Friday following the release of the closely watched monthly jobs report. The major index futures are currently pointing to a sharply lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 268 points.
As the heartbreaking image of a drowned refugee boy who washed up on a beach in Turkey ricocheted around the world on social media, along with equally painful images of children lying suffocated in the backs of trucks crossing borders and being passed over barbed wire fences by desperate parents, the United Nations refugee and children's agencies and human rights groups made a powerful plea to the
Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Friday's session notably lower, as job fears grip the markets. With the monthly non-farm payrolls data being the most important data ahead of the September FOMC meeting, all eyes are likely to be trained on the report to sift through the numbers...