^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,729.51
+27.93 (+1.03%)
As of 2:29PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close2,701.58
Open2,693.52
Volume1,652,853,444
Day's Range2,670.75 - 2,729.65
52 Week Range2,532.69 - 2,940.91
Avg. Volume3,560,385,384
  • Stocks lower, Dow logs longest losing streak in 3 months
    Yahoo Finance Video21 hours ago

    Stocks lower, Dow logs longest losing streak in 3 months

    U.S. stocks close lower Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average logging its longest losing streak in three months. S&P 500 falls for fifth day. Oil prices bounced up.

  • Technology companies lead afternoon rebound for US stocks
    Associated Press21 minutes ago

    Technology companies lead afternoon rebound for US stocks

    U.S. stocks recovered from an early slide Thursday, placing the market on course to break a five-day losing streak. Gains in technology companies, banks and industrial stocks outweighed losses among big retailers, homebuilders and utilities. Energy stocks rose along with crude oil.

  • Wall Street gains after report next round of China tariffs put on hold
    Reuters23 minutes ago

    Wall Street gains after report next round of China tariffs put on hold

    U.S. stocks gave up early losses on Thursday to rise sharply after the Financial Times reported that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has told industry executives that the next round of tariffs ...

  • Barrons.com24 minutes ago

    Stocks Are Up as Investors Focus on the Positive, for Now

    After some early-morning losses, the S&P 500 rose as investor looked past a pile of negative news and focused on the positive: reports that China is offering trade concessions to the U.S., and October retail-sales figures that showed growing strength.

  • Stocks have struggled in 2018. Bonds too. Oh, and gold.
    Associated Press34 minutes ago

    Stocks have struggled in 2018. Bonds too. Oh, and gold.

    When U.S. stocks slide, say, bonds and gold can hopefully help offset the losses. U.S. stocks have endured some breathtaking drops the last several weeks, slicing the S&P 500's year-to-date return to 2.2 percent after including dividends.

  • Retail gloom, Brexit worries keep Wall Street in check
    Reuters42 minutes ago

    Retail gloom, Brexit worries keep Wall Street in check

    By Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) - U.S. stocks struggled on Thursday as an attempt by technology companies to rebound from this week's sharp losses was outweighed by a batch of weak results and Brexit-related ...

  • These two big catalysts could kick the sluggish bull market in stocks into high gear
    MarketWatch44 minutes ago

    These two big catalysts could kick the sluggish bull market in stocks into high gear

    Haverford Trust’s Hank Smith says a trade resolution with China and a pause in interest-rate increases could ignite a rally.

  • Billionaire investor Dalio: Fed rate hikes ‘hurting asset prices’
    MarketWatch46 minutes ago

    Billionaire investor Dalio: Fed rate hikes ‘hurting asset prices’

    The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates to a level that’s now starting to put the bite on asset prices, says billionaire investor Ray Dalio in a television interview on Thursday.

  • Stocks Gain on Trade Report; Brexit Roils Pound: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg49 minutes ago

    Stocks Gain on Trade Report; Brexit Roils Pound: Markets Wrap

    (Bloomberg) -- U.S. equities rebounded on reports that the U.S.-China trade picture is brightening. The pound plunged as the Brexit process threw the U.K. government into turmoil. The dollar was little changed.

  • MarketWatch52 minutes ago

    Tesla to speed up Model 3 deliveries in the U.S., start sedan's delivery in China

    Tesla Inc. likely will start delivering Model 3 sedans in China by March, Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted Thursday. Responding to a Twitter user who asked whether Musk could confirm Model 3 deliveries in the first quarter of 2019, Musk said "probably some deliveries in March, but April is more certain." In separate tweets, Musk said U.S. residents would be able to order a Model 3 by Nov. 30 and get it delivered by Dec. 31, and that the company would be roll-on, roll-off ships to speed up deliveries in Europe and Asia in the first quarter. Tesla shares rose 0.3% Thursday. The stock is up 11% this year, outstripping gains of 1.6% for the S&P 500 index in the same period.

  • TheStreet.com56 minutes ago

    Dow Turns Higher, Nasdaq Rises as Tech Stocks Rebound

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned higher, led by gains in Cisco Systems Inc. fell 1.3% even after after the world's largest retailer posted stronger-than-expected third-quarter earnings and raised earnings guidance for its next fiscal year. Cisco rose 4.6% after its fiscal first-quarter earnings and sales topped analysts' expectations.

  • Walmart flexes its muscle against Amazon
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    Walmart flexes its muscle against Amazon

    Walmart, armed with grocery and other online services, is proving it can do battle with Amazon. Like other retailers, Walmart is benefiting from a strong job market and rising consumer confidence. Walmart sales were strong across a wide range of products from toys and back-to-school items to fresh food.

  • Stocks struggle for direction as solid retail data offset tepid Walmart earnings
    MarketWatch1 hour ago

    Stocks struggle for direction as solid retail data offset tepid Walmart earnings

    U.S. stocks were tentatively higher Thursday as solid economic data offset underwhelming earnings from Walmart Inc.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Blue Apron downgraded after customer losses though a strategic shift is well-received

    Blue Apron Holdings Inc. was downgraded to hold from buy at Canaccord Genuity following a third-quarter revenue miss and reporting fewer customers. Canaccord cut its price target to $3 from $6. Blue Apron said it had 856,000 customers, down from 646,000 last year. The company is also cutting its workforce by 4% as it shifts strategy to "deepen engagement" with the 30% of Blue Apron customers who are responsible for more than 80% of the company's revenue. "Despite the several positives, given the guidance for continued revenue declines next year, we feel a hold rating is more appropriate for now," wrote Canaccord in a note. Blue Apron shares have plummeted more than 71% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index is up 1.2% for the period.

  • Trailer-park stocks prove to be resilient in market slumps and recessions
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Trailer-park stocks prove to be resilient in market slumps and recessions

    OUTSIDE THE BOX Last month was a bloodbath for stocks. The S&P 500 sat on a 9.4% gain for the year on Oct. 1. By the 29th, the benchmark index (SPX) was down 1.1%, its worst month in seven years. But I found one group of stocks that bucked the trend.

  • MarketWatch3 hours ago

    PG&E stock downgraded to neutral by Morgan Stanley

    Analysts at Morgan Stanley on Thursday downgraded PG&E Corp. stock to their equivalent of neutral and slashed their price target on the shares, citing "major investment uncertainties" about the company, including questions around liquidity and "persistent" fire risk. The analysts, led by Stephen Byrd, cut their price target to $31 from $67. PG&E has confirmed an outage in the area of Butte County, Calif., where the so-called Camp Fire is understood to have started. The fire is 40% contained as of Thursday, and the death toll has risen to 56, with about 100 people missing. "We think the frequency and extent of severely damaging fires, as well as the financial market's loss of confidence in the (California) utility stocks, highlights the urgent need for new legislation to better protect utilities from the risk of financial distress and utility shareholders from potentially unlimited fire liabilities," the Morgan Stanley analysts said. "However there is no clear path to new legislation in the near-term." PG&E shares fell 23% Thursday, bringing weekly losses to 51%. The stock has lost 56% this year, contrasting with gains of 1.1% for the S&P 500 index in the same period.

  • Investing.com3 hours ago

    Stocks - Wall Street Falls After Jobless Claims Numbers

    Investing.com – Wall Street opened lower on Thursday, after jobless claims numbers were consistent with a strengthening labor market.The S&P 500 fell 16 points, or 0.62%, to 2,684.82 as of 9:35 AM ET (14:35 GMT), while the Dow dipped 159 points, or 0.64%, to 24,921.06 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite was down 11 points, or 0.17% to 7,124.54.The number of people who filed for unemployment assistance in the U.S. rose by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 216,000 from the previous week’s total of 214,000. The numbers give support to the Federal Reserve gradually increasing interest ...

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: Bridgewater Associates Founder, Co-Chair and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ray Dalio Speaks with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin Today

    The following is the unofficial transcript of a CNBC interview with Bridgewater Associates Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ray Dalio and CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin on CNBC's "Squawk Box," (M-F 6AM – 9AM) today, Thursday, November 15th.

  • Sterling dives on Brexit uncertainty, world stocks down for sixth day
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Sterling dives on Brexit uncertainty, world stocks down for sixth day

    Sterling tumbled on Thursday and a gauge of global stocks declined for a sixth straight session as political developments in Britain rippled through currency, bond and equity markets. Wall Street's main stock indexes opened lower after mixed corporate earnings. Oil prices rose as they continued to recoup some losses form a recent steep plunge.

  • Sterling dives on Brexit uncertainty, world stocks down for sixth day
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Sterling dives on Brexit uncertainty, world stocks down for sixth day

    Sterling tumbled on Thursday and a gauge of global stocks declined for a sixth straight session as political developments in Britain rippled through currency, bond and equity markets. Wall Street's main stock indexes opened lower after mixed corporate earnings. Oil prices rose as they continued to recoup some losses form a recent steep plunge.