S&P 500 (^GSPC)


SNP - SNP Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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Prev Close2,146.10
Open2,146.04
Volume292,094,811
Day's Range2,141.55 - 2,161.13
52wk Range1,810.10 - 2,193.81
Avg Vol (3m)3,520,946,875
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  • Stocks slide as Clinton, Trump showdown looms
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  • Reuters5 minutes ago

    US STOCKS-Wall Street rises in wake of first presidential face-off

    Consumer and technology stocks including Amazon led gains on Wall Street on Tuesday as some investors deemed Democrat Hillary Clinton to have won a presidential debate against Republican rival Donald Trump. Amazon.com increased 1.98 percent and the consumer discretionary index gained 0.93 percent higher after a report showed that the consumer confidence index for September rose to its highest level in nine years. Following the first of three presidential debates on Monday, Trump vowed to hit Clinton harder after she put him on the defensive.