Midday sales for several of the top brands were dramatic through Thursday, including sales for companies such as Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Domino’s Pizza, Herman Miller and Tesla, with several companies seeing dramatic increases while others fell. Stores and companies that saw their market revenue decrease included Tesla, Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Snowflake and First
A market selloff hit Thursday sending the markets tumbling downward with some of their biggest losses in months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 2.8%, which was its biggest one-day decline since June 11. The S&P 500 slid 3.5%, and the Nasdaq Composite fell by 5%. The European Stoxx 600 closed the day down 1.4%.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the expected Democratic presidential nominee, has picked California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. “You make a lot of important decisions as president. But the first one is who you select to be your Vice President,” Biden said in an email to supporters Tuesday afternoon. “I’ve decided that Kamala
Mixed markets today as the Nasdaq reached record highs after closing up 0.5%, while the Dow Jones slid 0.5% and the S&P 500 fell 0.6%. Some of today’s biggest winners were Amazon, which was up 3.3%, Costco was up 2.915%, while Walmart closed up 2.66%. Video game company Electronic Arts saw shares go up 2.35%.
Many couples have experienced unpleasant fights about money. Someone isn’t saving enough, someone spent too much on a frivolous purchase, or someone is just plain stressed about not having enough. More than 40% of American couples say that money is the biggest source of conflict in their relationship. How can couples avoid fighting about money,
Two of the major indexes decreased Friday, marking an end to the trading week. The Dow Jones was down by 0.8%, and the S&P 500 by 0.57%. The NASDAQ rose by 0.03%. Apple announced today that the company would be temporarily shutting stores again in certain US states, beginning June 20. It would be focusing
Former President Barack Obama is set to address the nation live at 5 p.m. EST (2 p.m. PST) on his website Obama.org. The speech will address the nationwide protests and the death of George Floyd. CNN reports that it will be part of Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Town Hall” series. Attorney General Eric Holder and
Tuesday’s news saw investors increasingly optimistic about plans to reopen the economy sooner than expected. The Dow closed the day at 0.6% higher, while the S&P 500 rose by 0.9%. The NASDAQ increased by 1.1%. Tuesday’s close brought the second day in a row of gains for these indexes. Wendy’s stole headlines today as they