^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,749.76
-17.56 (-0.63%)
At close: 4:50PM EDT
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Previous Close2,767.32
Open2,769.28
Volume2,149,437,119
Day's Range2,744.39 - 2,769.28
52 Week Range2,405.70 - 2,872.87
Avg. Volume3,462,395,000
  • Goldman Sachs says earnings look better, but the stock market doesn't
    Yahoo Finance10 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs says earnings look better, but the stock market doesn't

    Goldman Sachs analysts think corporate profits will be better than their initial forecasts for the next three years. But that might not translate into a stock market that accelerates to new records.

  • Financial Times13 minutes ago

    [$$] Asia stocks lower after trade worries dampen mood on Wall Street

    Equities were broadly lower on Friday in Asia-Pacific trading following a weak lead-in from Wall Street. Lingering worries about global trade tensions put downward pressure on stocks on Thursday with the ...

  • China Traders Capitulate While U.S. Keeps Calm: Equity Scorecard
    Bloomberg37 minutes ago

    China Traders Capitulate While U.S. Keeps Calm: Equity Scorecard

    Stock investors have little doubt who would come out worse from a trade war between the U.S. and China. Shanghai shares have been hammered by signs of worsening ties, and are now the cheapest ever relative to those in the U.S. The reaction to Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat this week was a $406 billion wipeout, the largest single-day loss of value in the nation’s stock market in more than two years, while the benchmark gauge is poised to enter a bear market after falling 20 percent from its recent high. The theory is that China’s budget surplus with the U.S. means it has the most to lose, and any hit to growth may threaten an economy already at risk of slowing down.

  • Asian shares flirt with six-month lows as signs of tariff effects appear
    Reuters1 hour ago

    Asian shares flirt with six-month lows as signs of tariff effects appear

    Asian shares were under pressure on Friday on signs U.S. trade battles with China and many other countries are starting to chip away at corporate profits, with oil prices choppy ahead of major producers meeting to discuss raising output. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was little changed in early trade, stuck barely above its six-month low hit on Tuesday. Japan's Nikkei (.N225) lost 1.0 percent.

  • Asian shares flirt with 6-month lows as signs of tariff effects appear
    Reuters1 hour ago

    Asian shares flirt with 6-month lows as signs of tariff effects appear

    Asian shares were under pressure on Friday on signs U.S. trade battles with China and many other countries are starting to chip away at corporate profits, with oil prices choppy ahead of major producers meeting to discuss raising output. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was little changed in early trade, stuck barely above its six-month low hit on Tuesday. Japan's Nikkei (.N225) lost 1.0 percent.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    U.S. Stocks Retreat as Trade Tensions Linger

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell Thursday, notching its longest streak of consecutive declines in more than a year as trade friction between the U.S. and China weighed on stocks. The consequences of escalating trade tensions became clearer after German auto maker Daimler AG issued an unexpected profit warning late Wednesday, saying Chinese retaliatory import duties on vehicles built in the U.S. would crimp sales and earnings.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Asian shares mostly decline, taking cues from Wall Street's losses; OPEC meeting ahead

    Japan led losses in the morning, with the Nikkei 225 down almost 1 percent. The British pound firmed after the Bank of England held rates steady. A highly watched meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers will take place on Friday.

  • Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
    Bloomberg4 hours ago

    Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

    Trade concerns continued pummeling global markets, even as U.S. officials brushed off concerns, the #MeToo movement claimed another corporate titan and Xiaomi aims high with its IPO. The S&P 500 Index extended its slump and the Dow Jones Industrial Average careened toward its eighth straight drop. Italian bonds and stocks slumped after two prominent critics of the European Union were given key posts in parliament. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross disputed concerns raised by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and others that U.S. companies are becoming so anxious about the prospect of a trade war, they’re postponing investment and hiring decisions.

  • Dow on track for 8th down day in a row with Intel, Caterpillar and Chevron leading declines
    Yahoo Finance Video8 hours ago

    Dow on track for 8th down day in a row with Intel, Caterpillar and Chevron leading declines

    Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith and Jared Blikre bring you the latest market analysis and break down the biggest stories moving stocks in midday trading Thursday.

  • US banks are 'among the better values' in the S&P 500: In...
    CNBC Videos3 hours ago

    US banks are 'among the better values' in the S&P 500: In...

    Nate Thooft of Manulife Asset Management says there is a "high likelihood" of smaller banks in the U.S. being acquired by some of the bigger players in the space.