^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,929.67
-1.08 (-0.04%)
At close: 4:54PM EDT
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Previous Close2,930.75
Open2,936.76
Volume3,900,791,977
Day's Range2,927.11 - 2,940.91
52 Week Range2,488.03 - 2,940.91
Avg. Volume3,098,474,516
  • Reuters11 minutes ago

    Asian shares wobble on fear of long U.S.-China trade war; oil rallies

    Asian shares stumbled in holiday-thinned trading on Monday as China's decision to cancel talks with the United States sparked fears of a protracted trade war, while oil rallied as Saudi Arabia ruled out increasing supplies to cool crude prices. U.S. stock futures slipped 0.2 percent (ESv1), while spreadbetters pointed to a subdued start for Europe with futures for Eurostoxx 50 (STXEc1), Germany's Dax (FDXc1) and London's FTSE (FFIc1) all opening in the red. Share markets in major Asian centres Japan, China and South Korea were closed for a holiday on Monday, while currency markets were subdued as banks in those countries were shut.

  • CNBC25 minutes ago

    US futures come under pressure, as fresh trade tariffs take effect

    The latest round of trade tariffs between the U.S and China commenced Monday, with Washington inflicting 10 percent of levied duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. China has retaliated, targeting duties on more than 5,000 American goods worth a total of $60 billion. The Dallas Fed's Texas Manufacturing Outlook survey is scheduled to be released at 10:30 a.m. ET.

  • TheStreet.com1 hour ago

    US Stocks Weaken, Oil Surges, as China and OPEC Defy Trump on Trade and Energy

    Global stocks weakened Monday, with holiday-thinned markets in Asia leading declines, as both China and OPEC round on President Donald Trump's 'bully" tactics on trade and energy. Oil rises to a four-month high after OPEC keeps its production quotas in place despite pressure from Trump to "get prices down now".

  • Asian shares wobble on fear of long U.S.-China trade war; oil rallies
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Asian shares wobble on fear of long U.S.-China trade war; oil rallies

    Asian shares stumbled in holiday-thinned trading on Monday as China's decision to cancel talks with the United States sparked fears of a protracted trade war, while oil rallied as Saudi Arabia ruled out increasing supplies to cool crude prices. U.S. stock futures slipped 0.2 percent, while spreadbetters pointed to a subdued start for Europe with futures for Eurostoxx 50, Germany's Dax and London's FTSE all opening in the red. Share markets in major Asian centres Japan, China and South Korea were closed for a holiday on Monday, while currency markets were subdued as banks in those countries were shut.

  • Asian shares fall on reports China-US trade talks put off
    Associated Press4 hours ago

    Asian shares fall on reports China-US trade talks put off

    BANGKOK (AP) — Shares have fallen in Asia after China reportedly rebuffed a plan for talks with the U.S. on resolving their dispute over trade and technology. The slow start to the week followed a mixed close Friday on Wall Street, where an afternoon sell-off erased modest gains for the S&P 500 that had the benchmark index on track to eke out its own record high for much of the day.

  • Fed hikes give cash appeal; stocks no longer only game in town
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Fed hikes give cash appeal; stocks no longer only game in town

    The U.S. Federal Reserve's anticipated interest rate hike this week will make cash the most attractive it has been in about a decade and end the era of stocks as the only game in town. During this bull market which in August broke the record as the longest ever, interest rates were so low that most fixed income assets other than junk bonds yielded less than the inflation rate or the dividend yield on the S&P 500. This drove yield-hungry investors to stocks, the one asset that delivered a real rate of return, or return on investment adjusted for inflation.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    GRAPHIC-Fed hikes give cash appeal; stocks no longer only game in town

    The U.S. Federal Reserve's anticipated interest rate hike this week will make cash the most attractive it has been in about a decade and end the era of stocks as the only game in town. During this bull market which in August broke the record as the longest ever, interest rates were so low that most fixed income assets other than junk bonds yielded less than the inflation rate or the dividend yield on the S&P 500. This drove yield-hungry investors to stocks, the one asset that delivered a real rate of return, or return on investment adjusted for inflation.

  • Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
    Bloomberg11 hours ago

    Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

    Asia stocks set to fall with major markets out for holidays, OPEC shrugs calls from Donald Trump to lower oil prices and the Federal Reserve very likely to lift interest rates this week. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today. The U.S. and China are hours away from a new round of tariffs on each other’s goods, with no improvement in relations between the two rivals in sight. The trade battle between the world’s two biggest economies took another turn for the worse when China on Saturday called off talks with U.S. officials that had been planned for this week.

  • Yen Edges Up, Asia Stocks Face Drop on Trade Woes: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    Yen Edges Up, Asia Stocks Face Drop on Trade Woes: Markets Wrap

    The yen climbed and Asian stocks looked set for declines after China on Saturday called off planned trade talks with U.S. officials.

  • Stocks Slip With Trade in Focus; Oil Up After OPEC: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    Stocks Slip With Trade in Focus; Oil Up After OPEC: Markets Wrap

    Stocks declined in Europe after a downbeat session in Asia as China called off planned trade talks with U.S. officials, potentially triggering an escalation in the tariff war between the world’s biggest economies. Oil climbed after OPEC gave a tepid response to President Donald Trump’s calls to boost supply. Miners and carmakers were among the biggest decliners in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index, with futures on the S&P 500 and Dow pointing to a weaker open.

  • Benzinga14 hours ago

    A New ETF Aims To Buy The Dip

    UTRN targets the Vesper U.S. Large Cap Short-Term Reversal Index, an equal-weight collection of 25 S&P 500 stocks that have the potential to benefit from short-term reversals. In UTRN's case, the underlying index determines short-term reversals using an algorithm known as the Chow Ratio. The Chow ratio is used “to identify stocks that have the greatest potential for a weekly rebound,” according to a statement from Vesper Capital Management.

  • 6 Stocks Outperforming the Benchmark
    GuruFocus.com17 hours ago

    6 Stocks Outperforming the Benchmark

    According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Guru Screener, the following stocks have outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500 index over the past 12 months and were bought by gurus during the last quarter. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 2 Warning Sign with INGN. Inogen Inc. (INGN) has a market cap of $5.47 billion.

  • Perma-bear Albert Edwards warns stocks have ‘drunk the Kool-Aid’ as recession looms
    MarketWatch18 hours ago

    Perma-bear Albert Edwards warns stocks have ‘drunk the Kool-Aid’ as recession looms

    Albert Edwards, global strategist at Société Générale, cautions that the moment of reckoning for stocks is near and investors should stop buying into the fantasy of a robust economy.

  • Stock records aren’t enough to make investors feel bullish on the market
    MarketWatch18 hours ago

    Stock records aren’t enough to make investors feel bullish on the market

    The U.S. stock market is back at record levels, but investors aren’t in a celebratory mood. According to the weekly survey of sentiment conducted by the American Association of Individual Investors, market participants are feeling somewhat tepid about the market, despite a lengthy move higher that took both the S&P 500 (SPX) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) to records on Thursday, a move that represented the first such milestone for the Dow since January.

  • The Wall Street Journal19 hours ago

    [$$] Companies Buy Earnings Gains by Buying Back Stock

    A key driver in the surge of stock buybacks was last December’s tax overhaul, which lowered companies’ tax bills and freed up funds that many companies are using for share repurchases. S&P 500 companies bought back a record $189 billion of their own shares in the first quarter, and a similar number—if not more—is expected for the second quarter, according S&P Dow Jones Indices. Stock buybacks make profits appear better by boosting per-share earnings, a metric that investors frequently use to justify a company’s stock price.

  • 3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
    Motley Fool22 hours ago

    3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week

    Nike is one of a few big-name stocks set to post earnings results over the next five trading days.

  • E-mini S&P 500 Index (ES) Futures Technical Analysis – Confirming Reversal Top Could Fuel Correction into 2915.25
    FX Empireyesterday

    E-mini S&P 500 Index (ES) Futures Technical Analysis – Confirming Reversal Top Could Fuel Correction into 2915.25

    Based on Friday’s price action and the close at 2933.75, the direction of the December E-mini S&P 500 Index is likely to be determined by trader reaction to 2932.00.

  • Here’s how all 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks performed as the benchmark set another record
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Here’s how all 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks performed as the benchmark set another record

    DEEP DIVE On a mixed day for U.S. stocks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit another new closing record Friday. The Dow was up 0.3% on Friday and 2.3% for the week to close at 27,743.50 points. The S&P 500 Index (SPX) was little changed Friday and up 3.

  • Consumer stocks have doubled the S&P 500’s return this year — here are the winners
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Consumer stocks have doubled the S&P 500’s return this year — here are the winners

    DEEP DIVE Bloomberg on Thursday reported that its Consumer Comfort Index had risen to its highest level since 2001. With other signs of robust U.S. economic growth, this is a good time to highlight the makers and sellers of consumer products that have already been posting strong sales growth.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    FANGs Aren't Tech Stocks Any More: S&P Overhauls Sector Breakdowns

    Neither is Google or Netflix. At least that's the view of S&P Dow Jones, the group that classifies stocks into various sector groups that investors around the world track and monitor in their private and public portfolios. S&P Dow Jones is overhauling its Global Industry Classification Standard, with the changes taking effect Monday, and more than a few big name stocks are set to move from their original labeling in the biggest shake-up since the dot-com bubble.

  • Nobody Will Even Guess What Stocks Will Do After Mid-Term Vote
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Nobody Will Even Guess What Stocks Will Do After Mid-Term Vote

    Reading market forecasts for the November congressional elections, you get the sense something is missing. While Wall Street is awash with efforts to frame outcomes as the vote approaches, there’s a discernible vagueness when you get to the part where strategists say what stocks will do. You may recall a certain trepidation in the air over how markets would receive a Donald Trump victory in November 2016.

  • Morningstar2 days ago

    Morningstar Runs the Numbers

    We take a numerical look through this week's Morningstar research. Plus, our most popular articles and videos for the week ended Sept. 21.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Volume spikes on sector reshuffle, quadruple witching

    After the close on Friday, S&P Dow Jones Indices was poised to reorganize several of its sectors and relaunch its telecommunications index as a new communication services sector. Of the S&P technology sector's 10 biggest percentage decliners of the day on Friday, three were companies that are joining the new communication sector. Twitter was the biggest loser, with a 4.5 percent drop, while Facebook was the fourth-biggest decliner, with a 1.9 percent drop, and Alphabet saw the seventh-biggest loss, with a 1.6 percent drop.

  • S&P 500 Weekly Price Forecast – stock markets continue to show strength
    FX Empire2 days ago

    S&P 500 Weekly Price Forecast – stock markets continue to show strength

    The S&P 500 initially fell during the week but continues to find support as we bounced back above the 2900 level, forming a bullish looking candle with high-volume by the end of the week.

  • S&P 500 Price Forecast – stock markets quiet through quadruple witching
    FX Empire2 days ago

    S&P 500 Price Forecast – stock markets quiet through quadruple witching

    With the quadruple witching on Friday, there are a lot of options expiring. Because of this, I think a lot of people simply stayed out of the market, which quite frankly was probably the best move.