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Wall Street opens mixed on infection increase, economic data

Wall Street is mixed at the open as investors weigh a rise in coronavirus cases in the United States against upbeat economic data in...

Wall Street slips as virus outbreaks dim rebound hopes

U.S. stocks are falling in early trading Tuesday as expanding coronavirus outbreaks dim hopes for a speedy recovery. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones...

Stock markets pick up after heavy Wall Street rout

Stock markets picked up on Friday after a day of losses in Asia and following Wall Street’s heavy sell-off the day before on worries...

Asia shares skid after Wall Street rout as virus cases rise

Asian shares were moderately lower Friday after an overnight rout on Wall Street as investors were spooked by reports of rising coronavirus cases in...

Stocks open higher on Wall Street a day after a late...

NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks are opening broadly higher on Wall Street as investors regain their confidence following a sudden drop a day earlier....

Asian shares fall as hopes fade for quick economic rebound

Asian shares declined Thursday on pessimism about life getting back to normal soon amid the coronavirus pandemic, even as Japan prepared to let businesses...

Stocks open higher as acceleration of economic pain eases

NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks climbed in early trading on Wall Street Thursday as reports suggested that even though the economy is still suffering...

Stock markets push higher ahead of US jobless figures

TOKYO (AP) - Stock markets and the price of oil pushed higher on Thursday ahead of the latest weekly jobless claims figures in the...

Stocks turn higher as nations look to reopen, but oil slides

TOKYO (AP) - Stock markets turned higher Tuesday after a mixed session in Asia as governments inch toward letting businesses reopen and central banks...

World shares skid after oil prices plunge below zero

BANGKOK (AP) - World share prices skidded Tuesday after the price of U.S. crude oil plunged below zero, with demand collapsing as the pandemic...