^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,693.13
-15.51 (-0.57%)
At close: 4:58PM EDT
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Previous Close2,708.64
Open2,701.16
Volume2,168,636,678
Day's Range2,681.90 - 2,702.84
52 Week Range2,344.51 - 2,872.87
Avg. Volume3,733,159,838
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  • MarketWatch8 minutes ago

    U.S. stock futures slip lower, with GE earnings on deck

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  • TheStreet.com13 minutes ago

    Global Stocks Hit by Asia Tech Weakness, Oil Price Rally; U.S. Futures Slip

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  • Global stocks set for second week of gains, commodities ease
    Reuters21 minutes ago

    Global stocks set for second week of gains, commodities ease

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  • CNBC22 minutes ago

    US stocks set to for a negative open, as Honeywell, GE, SunTrust earnings loom

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  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

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  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Global Markets: Asia tech shares spooked by phone warning, oil near highs

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  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    U.S. Stocks Lose Steam After Three Days of Gains

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  • Financial Times5 hours ago

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  • China's Haven Moment Is Here
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    China's Haven Moment Is Here

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  • Financial Times5 hours ago

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  • Financial Times7 hours ago

    [$$] Asia Pacific stocks track Wall Street lower as chipmakers slide

    Equities markets in the Asia Pacific region mostly followed Wall Street’s lead on Friday after the S&P 500 index fell for the first time this week, finishing the day down 0.6 per cent. Apple supplier Taiwan ...

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    Yahoo Finance Video16 hours ago

    75% of the ultra-rich forecast a U.S. recession by 2020 says JPM survey

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