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5,828.35-7.16 (-0.12%)
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Previous Close5,835.51
Open5,802.33
Volume1,521,734,789
Day's Range5,800.55 - 5,830.62
52 Week Range4,557.46 - 5,867.89
Avg. Volume1,830,917,213
  • Time for a breather: trader
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    Yahoo Finance50 minutes ago

    Time for a breather: trader

    Most world markets are doing better—not just the US. Thursday’s jobless claims number came in strong, near a 40-year low. With earning season coming to a end, we very well could see some consolidation and sideways action in the short-term.

  • Goldman Sachs warns the Trump stock rally may reverse
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    Yahoo Financeyesterday

    Goldman Sachs warns the Trump stock rally may reverse

    US stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are under mild pressure at the midday mark, with the industrial sector (XLI) leading the way down, while utilities (XLU) are the most in the green. Alan Valdes, director of floor operations at Silverbear, joins us live from the New York Stock Exchange. To discuss the other big stories of the day, Alexis Christoforous is joined by Yahoo Finance’s Rick Newman and Peter Kenny, chief market strategist for Global Markets Advisory Group and owner of KennysCommentary.com. Goldman Sachs has a new warning about the Trump-fueled stock market rally, saying we’re “approaching maximum optimism,” and that the “S&P 500 will give back recent gains.” The reason?

  • Reuters18 minutes ago

    US STOCKS-Wall St dips; Dow poised to break 10-day record run

    The Dow was on track to break its 10-day record-setting streak on Friday, as banks weighed and investors turned cautious after recent comments from the Trump administration indicated its pro-growth policies may have a longer path to implementation. Major Wall Street indexes have rallied to record levels since the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president, buoyed by promises of tax reforms, reduced regulations and increased infrastructure spending.