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April Joyner

Small-cap S&P 600 index confirms bear market

15 Dec 2018

NEW YORK As U.S. stocks have been rocked by trade tensions and monetary policy worries, shares of small-cap companies, by one measure, have now confirmed that they are in their first bear market in three years.

RPT-GRAPHIC-'Death cross' portends more near-term losses for U.S. stocks, then rebound

10 Dec 2018

NEW YORK, Dec 10 More losses may be ahead for U.S. stocks in the short term, according to an indicator with a fittingly ominous name: the death cross.

'Death cross' portends more near-term losses for U.S. stocks, then rebound

08 Dec 2018

NEW YORK More losses may be ahead for U.S. stocks in the short term, according to an indicator with a fittingly ominous name: the death cross.

Oil tumbles on oversupply concerns, sinking world stocks

24 Nov 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices plunged on Friday on concerns about oversupply, sending world stock markets lower as lagging energy shares weighed down Wall Street.

Falling oil prices sink world stocks; supply, growth concerns mount

23 Nov 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices plunged on Friday on concerns about oversupply, sending world stock markets lower as lagging energy shares weighed down Wall Street.

Global markets: technology, energy stocks rally; oil bounces back from rout

22 Nov 2018

NEW YORK World stock markets rose on Wednesday, with Wall Street tipping higher on gains in technology and energy shares, while oil rebounded from a steep sell-off as U.S. government data pointed to strong demand. | Video

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise on tech strength; oil bounces back from rout

22 Nov 2018

* European shares snap 5-day losing streak (Updates to mid-afternoon in U.S. markets)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, oil climb after rout; euro rises on Italy budget hopes

21 Nov 2018

* European shares and bonds firm; focus on Italy and European Commission

World stocks, oil plunge as global growth prospects dim

21 Nov 2018

NEW YORK World equity markets and oil prices tumbled on Tuesday as investors grew more worried about economic growth prospects, while the U.S. dollar rose on flight to safe-haven currencies.

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