^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,933.68
+25.71 (+0.88%)
At close: 4:59PM EDT
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Previous Close2,907.97
Open2,909.99
Volume2,171,881,377
Day's Range2,908.53 - 2,936.31
52 Week Range2,346.58 - 2,940.91
Avg. Volume3,618,766,129
  • Trump re-election may lead to economic boom then bust: ING report
    Yahoo Finance12 hours ago

    Trump re-election may lead to economic boom then bust: ING report

    A new report from Dutch bank ING predicts tough times for the U.S. economy after the 2020 election but just how tough depends on who wins.

  • Market Recap for Tuesday, April 23
    Yahoo Finance Video14 hours ago

    Market Recap for Tuesday, April 23

    Stocks surged as stronger-than-expected earnings results from companies across sectors boosted investor confidence, sending the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to new all-time closing highs. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Ines Ferre discuss.

  • Bank investors face a 'conundrum' in an inverting yield curve
    Yahoo Finance20 hours ago

    Bank investors face a 'conundrum' in an inverting yield curve

    Following mixed earnings results from the big banks, investors face a conundrum: embrace the promise of beating estimates at the risk of slower growth?

  • Billionaire Ken Fisher: Why the stock market likely has more room to run
    Yahoo Finance21 hours ago

    Billionaire Ken Fisher: Why the stock market likely has more room to run

    The stock market likely has some more fuel left, according to billionaire investor Ken Fisher.

  • Barrons.com8 minutes ago

    Ford Reports Earnings Tomorrow. Here’s What to Expect.

    There is a lot to ponder about the automotive industry as investors balance slowing car sales against promising new technology. Investors will look to Ford for guidance when the automotive giant reports first-quarter numbers on Thursday.

  • Barrons.com18 minutes ago

    Stocks Are Hitting New Highs Because Earnings Have Been a Pleasant Surprise

    Corporate profits have not been as weak as the stock market feared, helping push stocks to new highs.

  • World shares fall as China stimulus worries offset upbeat Credit Suisse earnings
    Reuters50 minutes ago

    World shares fall as China stimulus worries offset upbeat Credit Suisse earnings

    World shares took a step back on Wednesday as signals that China has put broader stimulus on hold offset positive results from Credit Suisse, which kicked off the earnings season for European investment banks. European shares followed Asia lower, pulling back from eight-month highs, with the pan-regional STOXX 600 index slipping 0.4 percent. "The big picture is the tussle between Asia, which has pulled back, and America, where the markets made new highs, so Europe is probably going to be a bit torn between the two," said Andrew Milligan, head of global strategy at Aberdeen Standard Investments.

  • Barrons.com53 minutes ago

    New Highs for the Stock Market Could Be Bad News for the Bulls

    Strong financial market performance and improving economic data may make a rebound in interest rates more likely.

  • Stocks Struggle to Sustain Momentum; Dollar Climbs: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Stocks Struggle to Sustain Momentum; Dollar Climbs: Markets Wrap

    European stocks followed Asian shares lower, while U.S. equity benchmarks pointed to a softer open in the wake of Tuesday’s record close. Losses for raw-material producers threatened to end the longest run of gains since October 2017 for the Stoxx Europe 600 Index, with banks drifting lower despite positive earnings from Credit Suisse. The buoyancy that took U.S. stocks to record highs appears to have triggered some soul-searching among investors, with positive earnings surprises in Europe failing to erase lingering concerns about the region’s economic outlook.

  • World shares mixed after S&P 500, Nasdaq hit record highs
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    World shares mixed after S&P 500, Nasdaq hit record highs

    BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Europe and Asia on Wednesday after the S&P 500's all-time record high close a day earlier failed to spark buying enthusiasm overseas.

  • This Time Around, Asia Investors Aren’t Buying the Tech Euphoria
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    This Time Around, Asia Investors Aren’t Buying the Tech Euphoria

    The S&P 500 Index closed 0.9 percent higher, hitting a record high Tuesday, as the tech optimism continued with Twitter Inc. reporting strong results. Then came the wider-than-expected first-quarter operating loss from LG Display, which also expressed concerns over tech demand during its earnings conference call Wednesday, said Seo Sang-young, a strategist at Kiwoom Securities. LG Display hasn’t yet seen signs of LCD panel price recovery, MoneyToday reported, citing the firm.

  • Financial Times2 hours ago

    S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite close at new records

    US stocks reached a record high on Tuesday as investors, reassured by recent dovish signals from central banks, extended a months-long recovery in spite of continued uncertainty over the outlook for the global economy. The benchmark S&P 500 ended the day 0.9 per cent higher at 2,933.7 thanks to the best daily gain for healthcare stocks since mid-January and a rally in consumer discretionary and technology shares. The tech-focused Nasdaq Composite jumped 1.3 per cent to close at 8,120.8, taking it past its previous peak close of 8,109.7 on August 29.

  • CNBC2 hours ago

    US Treasury yields tick lower as earnings take center stage

    Investors are tracking corporate earnings, which have been better-than-expected. As a result, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite closed Tuesday on record highs. This is leading bond traders to weigh up whether the Federal Reserve could perhaps return to a more hawkish stance.

  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    Global Stocks Slip Despite Wall Street Records; European Tech Gains, Autos Drift

    Global stocks dip, following last night's record closes on Wall Street, as investors regroup for another wave of earnings on Wall Street. Global oil prices ease after the IEA says markets have "comfortable" spare capacity to fill any supply gap from Iran sanctions, with Energy Department data on U.S. stockpiles reporting later today. U.S. equity futures suggest modest declines on Wall Street ahead of earnings from Dow components Boeing, AT&T, Caterpillar and Visa, with Microsoft, Facebook and Tesla following after the close of trading later today.

  • Financial Times3 hours ago

    Stocks ease back after Wall St record while dollar climbs

    The new peak came after a run of well-received earnings and more dovish signals on monetary policy from the Federal Reserve. Dialog Semiconductor’s shares fell almost 3 per cent in Frankfurt, but the wider European tech sector held its nerve, with the Stoxx index tracking the sector up 2 per cent, against a slip of 0.2 per cent for the wider Stoxx 600.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Dow futures edge lower as investors await Facebook, Microsoft earnings

    At around 02:45 a.m. ET, Dow futures slipped 17 points, indicating a negative open of more than 28 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both seen marginally lower. Tuesday's move toward an all-time closing high comes less than six months after a sharp decline in late December, which led the S&P 500 to its worst annual performance since 2008.

  • Associated Press6 hours ago

    Wall Street's in record ground. What do investors do now?

    The S&P 500 just hit an all-time high, recovering from last year's dramatic plunge. The economy seems to be on fairly solid footing, still it's anyone's guess what happens next for the stock market.

  • The US earnings season has been 'pretty good' so far: Charles Schwab
    CNBC Videos1 hour ago

    The US earnings season has been 'pretty good' so far: Charles Schwab

    Randy Frederick of Charles Schwab says he's surprised by how good corporate earnings in the U.S. have been. He also says the gain may have helped lift the S&P 500 to an all-time record.

  • The US market could rally 15 percent more, investor says
    CNBC Videos2 hours ago

    The US market could rally 15 percent more, investor says

    Timothy Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors says the interest rate environment in the U.S. is "very, very pleasant," and the market could rally further. He also says America is in a "pretty solid Goldilocks" economy.