Share Prices Drop On Wall Street On Last Day Of Rip-Roaring 2017U.S. stock indexes ended a boffo year with a wheeze on Friday, as share prices ended lower on 2017's final day of trading.
Dow Jones Industrials Breach 20,000 For First Time EverThe Dow Jones industrial average broke through 20,000 points right at the opening bell. The index crossed the line, following record highs on Tuesday.
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New York Stock Exchange, 9/11 Memorial Hold Moments Of Silence To Honor Paris Attack VictimsPeople at the New York Stock Exchange and National September 11 Memorial & Museum paused Monday morning to honor the victims of the Paris attacks.
New York Stock Exchange Resumes Trading 3 1/2 Hours After Technical GlitchThe New York Stock Exchange posted on Twitter the problem was an internal technical issue and not the result of a cyberattack.
NY Comptroller: Average Wall St. Bonus Is Nearly $173,000New York's state comptroller says the average bonus paid to securities industry employees in New York City grew 2 percent last year to nearly $173,000.
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Dow Hits 16,000 For First Time, S&P 500 Hits 1,800Stocks have been rising sharply this year as the U.S. economy improves, companies report bigger profits and the Federal Reserve keeps up its easy-money policies.
Twitter Surges In Opening Trade On NYSETwitter's stock debut up 73 above its IPO price. Twitter's trading debut is the most highly anticipated since Facebook's last year. Twitter will trade under the ticker symbol "TWTR.''
Twitter Sets IPO Of $26 Per ShareTwitter late Wednesday set a price of $26 for its initial public offering of stock, which means the company's shares can begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange.
OWS Celebrates 2nd Anniversary With Marches, Rallies In ManhattanOn Sept. 17, 2011, protesters first began camping in Zuccotti Park near the New York Stock Exchange. The movement has splintered since New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg evicted the protesters from the plaza in November 2012.
General: NSA Spying Led To Foiled Plots Against High Value Targets In NYCIt was an all-out charm offensive Tuesday by Army Gen. Keith Alexander, head of the NSA, and representatives of the FBI and the Department of Justice to beat back concerns that our government is spying on us, tapping our phone lines and email accounts.