^GSPC - S&P 500

SNP - SNP Real Time Price. Currency in USD
2,651.50
+14.52 (+0.55%)
At close: 4:47PM EST
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Previous Close2,636.98
Open2,646.21
Volume1,843,451,003
Day's Range2,644.10 - 2,651.65
52 Week Range2,233.62 - 2,665.19
Avg. Volume3,363,797,656
  • These 3 Leaders With Earnings Due Top 95% Of Stocks: S&P 500 Futures
    Investor's Business Daily15 minutes ago

    These 3 Leaders With Earnings Due Top 95% Of Stocks: S&P 500 Futures

    Micron Technology, Adobe Systems and Red Hat are 3 tech leaders with 95+ Composite Ratings that found support at their 50-day lines with earnings on tap.

  • MarketWatch19 minutes ago

    Stock-market investors aren’t afraid of the Fed anymore

    Next week the Federal Reserve is widely expected to deliver the third and final rate increase of 2017 and the stock market does not seem to even blink an eye about it

  • Global shares advance following encouraging US jobs report
    Associated Press59 minutes ago

    Global shares advance following encouraging US jobs report

    TOKYO (AP) — Share prices are mostly higher in Europe and Asia on Monday, lifted by encouraging employment data from the U.S. that took the Standard & Poor's 500 index to its third straight weekly gain on Friday despite weakness earlier in the week.

  • MarketWatch3 hours ago

    S&P 500 to crash 25% — and 9 other ‘outrageous’ analyst predictions for 2018

    How does a 25% flash crash in the S&P 500 sound? Or bitcoin peaking at $60,000 before sinking to $1,000? Or maybe even the U.S. Treasury sidelining the Fed and enacting a yield cap?

  • MarketWatch3 hours ago

    Banks, oil majors help drive Asian stocks higher; Apple supplier Hon Hai rebounds

    After little initial movement, shares in Hong Kong and China rallied as the morning progressed

  • 4 Developments to Watch in Global Economy
    Bloomberg4 hours ago

    4 Developments to Watch in Global Economy

    Some overlooked events last week reinforced the prospects for better growth.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    Where to Put Your Money in the Next Year

    Three financial advisers offer their thoughts on the opportunities—and risks—for 2018.

  • S&P 500; US Indexes Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Investors Keying on Tax Reform, Consumer Inflation Data
    FX Empire7 hours ago

    S&P 500; US Indexes Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Investors Keying on Tax Reform, Consumer Inflation Data

    On Wednesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise its benchmark interest rate 0.25% to 1.50%. This has been priced into the market for at least a month. Stocks could surge if the FOMC members express concerns over the number of rate hikes in 2018.

  • Analysts expect these large-cap U.S. stocks to rise at least 25% in 2018
    MarketWatch9 hours ago

    Analysts expect these large-cap U.S. stocks to rise at least 25% in 2018

    Last year’s list is a mixed bag, which is why you ought to invest for the long run. By Phil van Doorn.

  • Key to Trigger Market ‘Inflection' Is a 1% Real Fed Rate, JPMorgan Says
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Key to Trigger Market ‘Inflection' Is a 1% Real Fed Rate, JPMorgan Says

    This year’s boom in financial markets has taken things to "late cycle," but the cycle has a little ways to go yet, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

  • Benzinga13 hours ago

    Barron's Looks Ahead To 2018

    This weekend's Barron's features the outlook for 2018 according to a panel of top investment strategists. Barron's also offers its top 10 stock picks for the coming year, including two returning favorites. ...

  • MarketWatch17 hours ago

    Broadcom shares finish flat after strong quarter, analyst price hikes soothe Apple concerns

    Broadcom Ltd. shares on Thursday close exactly where they finished on Wednesday, after an initial jump, prompted by a majority of analysts hiking price targets, fizzled out a day after the chipmaker’s ...

  • CNBC19 hours ago

    Here's what disappoints investors about their financial advisor

    Nearly three-quarters of investors say their financial advisor has let them down. The two biggest reasons: Investment track record and trust.

  • Why This Water Stock Jumped 9.3% in November
    Motley Fool21 hours ago

    Why This Water Stock Jumped 9.3% in November

    Shares of the Brazilian water utility Sabesp got a nice boost last month, thanks to better-than-expected third-quarter earnings.

  • Strong U.S. Payrolls Support Rate Hike, but Sluggish Wages Remain a Concern
    FX Empire2 days ago

    Strong U.S. Payrolls Support Rate Hike, but Sluggish Wages Remain a Concern

    The U.S. Dollar rose against a basket of major currencies on Friday after government data showed the economy created more jobs than expected in November. While the rally was mostly driven by the headline number, gains were limited by average hourly earnings data that analysts said were disappointing.

  • S&P 500 Price Forecast for the Week of December 11, 2017, Technical Analysis
    FX Empire2 days ago

    S&P 500 Price Forecast for the Week of December 11, 2017, Technical Analysis

    The S&P 500 pulled back drastically during the week, but found enough support underneath to turn around and form a hammer by the end of the week as the jobs number was slightly larger than anticipated in America.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] Our 10 Favorite Stocks for 2018

    As a result, we have leaned toward winners that still have plenty of room to rise in picking Barron’s 10 favorite stocks for 2018. The other six companies are Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), Applied Materials (AMAT), Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), Ally Financial (ALLY), Anthem (ANTM), and US Foods Holding (USFD). Alphabet offers one of the best combinations of growth and valuation among megacap companies.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] S&P 500 at 2800 Next Year

    Industry Update—Restaurants by Canaccord Genuity Dec. 7: Our U.S. casual-dining update shows a second consecutive positive month, as we project November same-store sales [SSS] up approximately 0.6%, within our prior estimate range of flat to up 1%. On average in November, restaurant stocks notched a price return of 5.5% compared with the broad market of 2.9%, measured against the Standard & Poor’s 1500 index. -- Lynne Collier, Philip May The Daily Disruptor by DataTrek Dec. 7: One investment theme we hear a lot with regard to large-cap tech stocks is that these companies enjoy a “monopoly” in their core businesses: Alphabet/Google for internet search, Facebook for social media, Amazon.com for online shopping, and Apple for (presumably) making both cool stuff and the software to go with it.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] The Greatest Investment Bubble

    “That we are having a major speculative splurge as this is written is obvious to anyone not captured by vacuous optimism,” wrote John Kenneth Galbraith, who was a far better historian and writer than economist. The $255 billion market capitalization of Bitcoin (as of Friday—it surely will be different by the time you read this) tops that of all but the biggest stocks of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    Outlook 2018: The Bull Market's Next Act

    Donald Trump’s election as president in 2016 turned a bull with a midlife crisis into a high-powered charger, as investors cheered the Republicans’ pro-growth agenda and bid up anything that might benefit. The S&P 500 could gain about 7%, mirroring similar gains in corporate profits, according to the consensus forecast of 10 investment strategists at major U.S. investment banks and money-management firms surveyed by Barron’s each December. The outlook isn’t entirely rosy: Interest rates are headed higher, stocks are expensive, and a tax overhaul could still stall or fail.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] Big Firms, Big Payouts

    After cratering during the financial crisis a decade ago—dividends for companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index dropped 21% in 2008—double-digit increases were the norm from 2011 through 2015, thanks in no small part to low-cost borrowing. After rising by only 5% in 2016, S&P 500 payouts are expected to climb about 8% this year, according to Goldman Sachs. Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices, expects S&P 500 companies to grow their payouts in the 6% to 8% range next year.

  • Kiplinger2 days ago

    Where to Invest in 2018

    As the bull climbs on and optimism rises, this market is getting closer to its peak.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Jobs Data Lift Dow, S&P 500 to New Heights

    A stronger-than-expected pickup in U.S. hiring helped lift two major indexes to weekly gains, capping a choppy streak for the stock market.