^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
+20.10 (+0.72%)
At close: 6:10PM EDT
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Previous Close2,798.36
Day's Range2,803.99 - 2,829.87
52 Week Range2,346.58 - 2,940.91
Avg. Volume3,788,681,639
  • Democratic senators to hold hearing on buybacks
    Yahoo Finance Video10 hours ago

    Democratic senators to hold hearing on buybacks

    Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin is introducing a bill aimed put a ban on open-market stock buybacks. Female Founders Fund Founding Partner Anu Duggal joins Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, and Rick Newman to discuss.

  • The inverted yield curve is ‘worrisome’ but ‘no signal of a recession’
    Yahoo Finance Video12 hours ago

    The inverted yield curve is ‘worrisome’ but ‘no signal of a recession’

    Mona Mahajan, Allianz Global Investors U.S. Investment Strategist, says that “there’s no signal of a recession,” even though the inverted yield curve is “worrisome.” Brian Levitt, OppenheimerFunds Senior Investment Strategist, adds that “this year we have much slower growth,” but “much better policy” with the Federal Reserve backing off progress happening on trade, creating a “much better market environment.” Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous speaks to Mahajan, Levitt, Brian Sozzi and Scott Gamm.

  • Could the market rollover in coming weeks? Charts show it's time to get cautious
    CNBC Videos3 hours ago

    Could the market rollover in coming weeks? Charts show it's time to get cautious

    Jim Cramer takes a look at the charts as interpreted by FibonnacciQueen.com's Carolyn Boroden to see why she is watching for warning signs to sell.

  • Post-Market Wrap: March 26, 2019
    CNBC Videos6 hours ago

    Post-Market Wrap: March 26, 2019

    CNBC brings you fast, accurate, and actionable business news and market updates.

  • Stocks Rally Fizzles in Asia; Treasuries Steady: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Stocks Rally Fizzles in Asia; Treasuries Steady: Markets Wrap

    The bulk of losses came in Japan, where more than two thirds of companies traded without the right to current dividends. Treasury yields were steady, while the yen trimmed overnight losses. Speculation that the Federal Reserve will need to consider lowering interest rates appears to have spread, with some -- such as Legg Mason Inc. unit Brandywine Global Investment Management -- even forecasting a cut this year.

  • GuruFocus.com3 hours ago

    US Market Indexes Close Higher Tuesday

    S&P 500 gains 0.72%

  • GuruFocus.com4 hours ago

    Capital Markets Green Tuesday

    McCormick & Co. advances on earnings

  • Worst Stock of 2018 Is Best Performer of 2019
    GuruFocus.com4 hours ago

    Worst Stock of 2018 Is Best Performer of 2019

    Amid trade wars and worries of slowing global economic growth, the S&P 500 has yet to fully recapture the loss it suffered in the fourth quarter. Last year, the worst-performing stock of the S&P 500, Coty Inc. (COTY), plunged 67%, against a 6.24% decline in the index. According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, the stock then soared 72.94% year to date, making it the best performer in the index, which climbed 11.62%.

  • MarketWatch4 hours ago

    Dow spinoff to take DowDupont's place in Dow Jones Industrial Average

    When DowDuPont Inc. spins off a new company called Dow next week, it will take the chemical giant's place in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P Dow Jones Indices said Tuesday. DowDuPont expects to eventually break up into three separate companies, beginning April 1 with the spin-off of Dow. Dow is expected to have a similar price weight to its predecessor in the Dow Jones index. In a separate announcement, S&P Dow Jones Indices said Dow will enter the S&P 500 index , bumping Brighthouse Financial Inc. to the S&P MidCap 400, and the S&P 100, displacing Halliburton Inc. All of the changes will be effective as of the beginning of trading April 2.

  • Barrons.com5 hours ago

    The Dow Added 141 Points Because Recession Fears Are Fading

    Investors are shrugging off the inverted yield curve last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.55% to close at 25,657.73. The S&P 500 added 0.72% to end at 2818.46, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 53.98 points 0.71% to 7691.52.

  • Associated Press5 hours ago

    How major US stock indexes fared Tuesday

    Solid gains by banks and technology companies drove stocks broadly higher Tuesday, erasing the market's losses from a day earlier.

  • Stock Market Today: Bed Bath & Beyond Soars on Activist Plans
    Motley Fool5 hours ago

    Stock Market Today: Bed Bath & Beyond Soars on Activist Plans

    Elsewhere, marijuana producer Cronos Group fell despite reporting rising sales.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    World stocks rebound, U.S. yields above 15-month lows

    Global stock markets broadly rebounded on Tuesday after a two-day swoon while benchmark U.S. Treasury yields steadied above 15-month lows as risk appetite improved after worries of a recession clouded trading since late last week. Markets have been rattled since Friday, when the 3-month U.S. Treasury yield exceeded the yield on the 10-year note, an inversion of the yield curve that is widely seen as an indicator of a recession.

  • U.S. Stocks Climb as Treasury Rally Takes Breather: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    U.S. Stocks Climb as Treasury Rally Takes Breather: Markets Wrap

    U.S. stocks rallied and Treasuries fell as investor concern over an economic downturn showed signs of easing. Energy shares led gains in the S&P 500 Index as oil surged after Russia signaled commitment to output cuts. The greenback erased its monthly drop, and the Japanese yen led losses in haven currencies.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Wall Street climbs as financials snap five days of losses

    The S&P 500 financial index gained 1.1 percent and registered its biggest daily percentage gain since Feb. 15. The S&P 500's gains came after two sessions of declines, triggered by concern about slowing global economic growth and the inversion of a closely watched part of the Treasury yield curve. The market is on yield watch, there's no doubt about it," said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial in Newark, New Jersey.

  • MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Shoe Carnival stock jumps more than 10% after earnings beat

    Shoe Carnival Inc. shares rose more than 10% in the extended session Tuesday after the company's earnings slightly topped Wall Street projections. Shoe Carnival reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $1.4 million, or 9 cents a share, compared with losses of $3.9 million, or 24 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for items such as stock-based compensation and tax effects, among other items, earnings were 11 cents a share. Revenue fell to $234 million from $243.2 million in the year-ago period. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had estimated earnings of 6 cents a share on revenue of $233 million. For the full year, the company said it expects earnings of $2.60 to $2.70 a share and sales of roughly $1.04 billion. Analysts model earnings of $2.66 a share and sales of $1.04 billion. Shoe Carnival stock has gained 20% in the past year, with the S&P 500 index rising 5.3%.

  • Solid Gains In Stock Market Today As These 2 Boost Dow Jones
    Investor's Business Daily6 hours ago

    Solid Gains In Stock Market Today As These 2 Boost Dow Jones

    The major market indexes delivered solid gains in the stock market today, even though they closed well off session highs.

  • Stocks close higher as energy, financial sectors rally
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Stocks close higher as energy, financial sectors rally

    U.S. stocks gain Tuesday as energy and financial sectors buoyed the market but main indexes came off their intraday highs on tepid housing and consumer-confidence data as well as lingering uncertainties over global growth and Brexit.

  • MarketWatch6 hours ago

    S&P 500, Nasdaq snap 2-session skid but 10-year Treasury yield at multiyear low keeps stocks in check

    U.S. stock benchmarks on Tuesday gained but finished well off their best levels of the session as equity-market investors wrestled with falling yields that usually imply that investors are worried about the domestic economy. Still, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 141 points, or 0.6%, to 25,657, after earlier rising as many as 279 points. The S&P 500 index advanced 0.7% to 2,818, while the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index climbed 0.7% to 7,691. All three benchmarks pared firmer gains but the day's advance did snap a two-session slide for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, even as housing data were lackluster and an accurate signal of impending recessions, continued to remain in force. The 10-year Treasury yield was at 2.418%, holding near its lowest since 2017. A recent slip in 10-year U.S. Treasury yields below the level of three-month Treasury bills, known as a yield-curve inversion has been seen by some investors as foreshadowing of a potential recession in the coming 18 or 24 months, research show. The latest market data suggested that the U.S. economic growth may be softening in parts. Home builders broke ground on new-home construction at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.16 million in February, that's a 9% decline from the month before and well below levels seen last year. Home prices grew at the slowest pace in more than six years, with the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city index rising at a seasonally adjusted rate of 0.2% in January, compared with December. In corporate news, shares of Apple Inc. finished off by more than 1% after a judge ruled that the iPhone marker infringes a Qualcomm Inc. patent. Markets have been on edge after Friday saw the yield-curve inversion manifest for the first time since 2007 and as yields have remained lower. Bond prices and yields move inversely. A Federal Reserve that has signaled that it may hold off on further rate hikes in 2019 has helped to foster the current environment of ultralow yields, market experts say.

  • The Bond Market Eats Its Own Cooking
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    The Bond Market Eats Its Own Cooking

    As almost everyone knows by now, the most important part of the yield curve inverted late last week, with rates on 10-year notes falling below those on three-month bills. Equities then spent much of the day giving back most of those gains to end up 0.72 percent.