Dow closes above 30,000 for the first time ever

On Tuesday, the 124-year old Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 30,000 point mark for the first time in its history, almost four years after it first crossed the 20,000 mark. The Dow is now up more than 60% since its low in March, and surged through 30,000 with a 1.5% daily gain onContinue reading “Dow closes above 30,000 for the first time ever”

Oil holds near 12-week high, with energy stocks soaring

The price of oil held at over $43 a barrel in overnight trading on Sunday and into this morning’s European open, its highest level since early September. That follows the third straight week of gains for oil prices, as progress towards a widely available Covid-19 vaccine has raised hopes of an improvement in energy demand.Continue reading “Oil holds near 12-week high, with energy stocks soaring”

Stocks swing to loss as Covid-19 surge hits optimism

European shares have followed Wall Street into the red this morning as a worrying rise in Covid cases sees jittery investors sell off stocks. Hot off the heels of the positive news that Pfizer’s vaccine was up to 95% efficacy, the US death count hitting the milestone 250,000 mark caused markets to slide. This showsContinue reading “Stocks swing to loss as Covid-19 surge hits optimism”

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