Dow falls more than 400 points after weak manufacturing data, Apple warning
U.S. benchmarks are on the decline Thursday after an ISM report showed U.S. manufacturing expanding at slowest pace in 15 months. See full story.
Nancy Davis, the chief investment officer and founder of advisory firm Quadratic Capital, warns of bubbles forming in U.S. markets. See full story.
The Wharton professor who forecast that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would soon see 20,000 at the end of 2015, says a combination of a better-than-expected corporate and economic results should embolden bulls in the near term. See full story.
Apple Inc.’s warning of massively lower revenue for its holiday quarter is an ominous indicator of global economic trends that have already taken a huge bite out of Wall Street, but it shouldn’t be a surprise. See full story.
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