|Day's Range||7,254.5225 - 7,298.8247|
|52 Week Range||5,769.3901 - 7,505.7700|
Small businesses have sharply upgraded their view on the economy in the last year — but they're struggling to find workers.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, in a partial rebound from the previous day’s decline as investors looked ahead to the coming release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s January meeting.
U.S. stocks were higher on Wednesday, with technology shares and Amazon driving gains ahead of minutes of the Federal Reserve's most recent policy meeting. The Fed left rates unchanged at the January meeting, but investors will look for its opinion on inflation and interest rates, especially after strong economic data raised concerns of an overheating economy and triggered the recent selloff. "While the minutes may not generate quite the same response, traders will likely monitor what they say very closely for signs that policy makers are now leaning more towards three-to-four rate hikes this year, rather than two or three," said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at online forex broker Oanda.
Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Wednesday, led by gains in technology and consumer discretionary stocks and ahead of the release of minutes of the Federal Reserve's recent policy meeting. The ...
U.S. stock benchmarks kicked off trade slightly higher, struggling to gain altitude, as investors were reluctant to make substantial bets ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's January meeting. With ...
Billionaire investor George Soros recently shared his views on social media companies such as Facebook (FB) and Google (GOOGL) on a website called Project Syndicate. Soros compared these Internet giants to casinos.
Short-dated Treasury yields climbed, as longer maturities held steady, on Wednesday as investors awaited an account of the Federal Reserve’s January monetary policy gathering for clues about the pace of ...
Chip stocks were big winners Tuesday as the major averages fell. Applied Materials, Micron Technology, Skyworks Solutions and Marvell Technology are in bases.
US stocks were higher at the open while Treasuries were mixed hours out from the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s most recent policy meeting. The minutes will be keenly watched as the pace ...
It was a tale of two markets Tuesday as a 10% decline for Walmart weighed on the Dow, while strength in chip stocks buoyed the Nasdaq.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday to snap a six-session winning streak as a sharp decline in Walmart weighed heavily, but gains in Amazon and chip stocks helped the Nasdaq hold near the unchanged mark. Walmart, the world's biggest brick-and-mortar retailer, reported a lower-than-expected profit and posted a sharp drop in online sales growth during the holiday period.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday to snap a six-session winning streak as a sharp decline in Walmart weighed heavily, but gains in Amazon and chip stocks helped the Nasdaq hold near the unchanged mark. ...
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday, with the Dow falling back below 25,000 as losses accelerated in the afternoon. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 260 points, or 1%, to 24,960. The S&P 500 was down ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average late Tuesday was trading near session lows and set for its sharpest one-day drop since Feb. 8, when the benchhmark unraveled by more than 1,000 points. At its low, the ...
The Nasdaq composite erased intraday gains and turned lower, weighed down by the S&P 500 and Dow Jones, which were headed for their first losses in 7 sessions.
A sharp drop in Walmart shares weighed heavily on the Dow and the S&P 500 on Tuesday to put a six-session winning streak in jeopardy, but gains in Amazon and technology stocks helped lift the Nasdaq. Walmart, the world's biggest brick-and-mortar retailer, reported a lower-than-expected profit and posted a sharp drop in online sales growth during the holiday period.
Andrew Sheets, Morgan Stanley’s chief cross-asset strategist, said the “main course” has yet to come as developed markets “remain in the late stages of a late-cycle environment”
Discussing the winners and losers at the closing bell with Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal, and Mariann Montagne, Gradient Investments.