Posts Tagged ‘Morning’

U.S. markets suffer Monday morning blues

Diane Alter – Fourth Estate Cooperative Reporter New York, NY, United States (4E) – U.S. markets suffered from the Monday morning blues, with the Dow down nearly 100 points on the open. Jittery investors have a close eye on development from European ministers who are meeting over the next two days. On the agenda, the […]

Stocks start Monday strong on higher retail sales

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter New York, NY, United States (AHN) – Dow stocks stocks staged a rally Monday morning boosted by strong retail sales data. Shorty after 10 a.m. on Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 64 points, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was off 2 points and the […]

Markets dance with new highs as busy week on tap

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter New York, NY, United States (AHN) – U.S. equity markets started Monday at or near post-financial crisis highs, and are gearing up for a busy week ahead. Stocks turned in an impressive week on improved economic data and a new bailout for Greece. Markets ended the week Friday with […]

U.S. stocks edge up ahead of earning season

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter New York, NY, United States (AHN) – U.S. stocks moved up slightly Monday morning as earning season gets underway. Right out of the gate, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 10 points, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was up less than a point and the NASDAQ was better […]

U.S. stocks open quietly Monday with all eyes on Italy

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter New York, NY, United States (AHN) – U.S. stocks were little changed Monday morning shortly after the opening bell as traders weighed in on European developments in the sovereign debt crisis saga. Investors had one eye on Greece, teetering on default, and the other on Italy. World markets were […]

U.S. stocks slip Friday on uncertainties following European bailout deal

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter New York, NY, United States (AHN) – U.S. stocks slipped into the red Friday morning after uncertainties lingered following Thursday’s European deal to tackle the eurozone debt crisis. Shortly after 10 a.m., the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 3 points, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was off […]

Plan? I’m Too Busy Working

How FamiliesGo! founder Eileen Gunn will break away from day-to-day tasks to map out a long-term strategy. Planning and structure has been on my mind lately. As a freelance writer I’m good at imposing both of these things on my work. I know how to schedule work so I’m not left with idle days but […]

Morning meeting: Bob Diamond reshapes Barclays

AMERICAN-born Bob Diamond, the new chief executive of Barclays, was once dubbed “the unacceptable face of banking” by Lord Mandelson. View full post on Business Stories

Morning meeting: China’s power comes with responsibility

NOW that it is officially the world’s second largest economy China must realise that its new-found economic power comes with responsibility. View full post on Business Stories

Morning meeting: Public opinion is against the banks

BANK bosses were said to be livid at the quick change in thinking at 11 Downing Street that increased the levy on the industry but they will receive little public sympathy. View full post on Business Stories