Beating analysts' expectations
‘Buy everything’ turns into ‘sell everything’
Over-valuation in tech, software and consumer staples
Added to Asia and luxury spending holdings in UK and global equity funds
Is Fed losing its independence?
Concerns about corporate and economic growth
Fears over Trump Amazon tweet and trade war
Dow Jones enjoys third largest ever gain
Leading losses in the NASDAQ
Asian stock markets also down
Buoyed by Trump's tax promises
Number of stocks reset to $123.47
BofA Merrill Lynch survey
Investors favouring tech stocks
The US Nasdaq index has closed above its dotcom boom record for the first time in 15 years.
The Nasdaq index suffered its worst day since 2011 yesterday, dropping over 3% as investors continued to switch out of technology and biotechnology holdings.
Markets around the world sold-off overnight while oil continued to soar, as the prospect of military involvement in Syria's civil war grows.
US stock exchanges halted all trading in companies listed on the Nasdaq on Thursday after a "serious" technical issue stopped it from quoting share prices accurately.
Big moves in the technology and materials sectors helped the S&P 500 close at its highest ever level on Monday.
Nasdaq OMX and PC Bond, a provider of Canadian fixed income benchmarks, have joined forces to create a family of US Treasury indices.
The NASDAQ OMX Global Water Index is designed to track the performance of companies worldwide that are creating products that conserve and purify water for homes, businesses and industries.
Credit Suisse, STOXX and First Trust with new research and offerings
US markets opened higher this afternoon after shaking off losses sparked by yesterday's surprise Standard & Poor's downgrade of the outlook for US debt.
The FTSE has broken through 6,000 this morning, following a strong performance from the US with the Dow Jones soaring to a two year high.