Before the Bell | Job-Openings Report to Offer Look at Labor Market
The Labor Department is to release its job-openings and -turnover survey for August at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday. The jobs market remains strong, but some signs have pointed to an economy that is weakening.
Shares of Oil-related Stocks Are Trading Higher Amid Reports Suggesting OPEC+ Is Considering an Oil Production Cut of 1 Million Barrels per Day.
Shares of oil-related stocks are trading higher amid reports suggesting OPEC+ is considering an oil production cut of 1 million barrels per day.
Before the Bell | Tesla's Logistical Challenges Overshadow Record Deliveries
Tesla on Sunday announced lower-than-expected electric vehicle deliveries in the third quarter, as logistical challenges overshadowed its record deliveries.
What Investors Need to Know About October's Complicated Stock-market History
Investors need to see more clarity on macro forces before adhering to seasonality: strategists.
OPEC+ Could Cut Oil Production Because It's Trying to Halt a Sharp Crude Selloff
Brent, WTI lose more than 20% in 3rd quarter.
Market Recap | Stocks Close Lower Friday, S&P 500 Down for Third Straight Quarter
Stocks closed lower Friday, ending the third quarter on a downbeat note as investors fretted about the path ahead for earnings, interest rates and global economic growth.
Oil Futures End Lower for the Session, Month and Quarter
Oil futures declined Friday, contributing to their losses for the month and quarter as concerns over a potential recession raised expectations for a slowdown in demand.
Sector Update: Energy Stocks Edging Higher This Afternoon
01:35 PM EDT, 09/30/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Energy stocks were moderately higher this afternoon, with the NYSE Energy Sector Index and the SPDR Energy Select Sector ETF (XLE) both gaining around 0.4%.
Sector Update: Energy
01:16 PM EDT, 09/30/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Energy stocks were moderately higher this afternoon, with the NYSE Energy Sector Index and the SPDR Energy Select Sector ETF (XLE) both gaining 0.4%. West Te
Jobless Claims Fell Below 200,000. That's a Bad Sign for the Fed
The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment insurance fell below 200,000 for the first time since May, a bad sign for the Federal Reserve, which desperately wants to see a hot job market cool down.