Bankrate.com found that 19 percent of those aged 18 to 37 reported “feelings of excitement” during the February market sell-off, compared with 8 percent for Generation X and 4 percent for Baby Boomers.
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The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was down 2.1 percent Friday and 6 percent for the week.
The impact of President Trump’s planned China tariffs on Boeing is uncertain, but the stock fell sharply. Tech stocks like Amazon and Microsoft were lower...
Just a month after it dethroned Microsoft as the third most valuable company by market capitalization, Amazon has done the same to Alphabet to become...