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U.S. stock-market indexes shake off concerns about a government shutdown, with all main benchmarks notching all-time highs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday hit a fresh all-time intraday high after the Senate voted to advance a bill that would reopen the federal government after a three-day shutdown. The 81-18 vote, ...
Wall Street's main indexes were at session highs in afternoon trading on Monday after U.S. senators reached a deal to end the federal government shutdown. "We will vote today to reopen the government," Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told the Senate, potentially ending the three-day shutdown prompted by an impasse over immigration and border security. Schumer said he had come to an arrangement with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell on the funding bill to keep the government open until Feb. 8.
NEW YORK (AP) — Energy and technology companies are advancing Monday as U.S. stocks continue to rise, and smaller companies are also making gains after the Senate reached a short-term deal to end the government shutdown. High-dividend stocks are also higher as bond yields decline, but industrial companies are falling. Yields had climbed to their highest level in more than three years last week.
The S&P and the Nasdaq hit fresh records on Monday as investors bet U.S. lawmakers would strike a deal to end a federal government shutdown and as a flurry of deals buoyed sentiment. "What you're seeing is the belief that they will ultimately, whether it's today or in the next few days, come to some kind of a bipartisan agreement on the budget, and the market is reflecting its confidence," said Ryan Larson, head of U.S. equity trading at RBC Global Asset Management in Chicago.
The Senate will consider a short-term continuing resolution to fund the government for three weeks, allowing time for a vote on the status of Dreamers.
The S&P and the Nasdaq were marginally higher on Monday, while losses in industrial stocks such as General Electric and Boeing as well as Apple weighed on the Dow. A U.S. government shutdown entered its third day, and a bipartisan group of senators attempted to negotiate a deal just hours before the full Senate planned to vote to restore funding. The Nasdaq Composite was up 19.37 points, or 0.26 percent, at 7,355.75.
The benchmark S&P 500 index opened lower on Monday, weighed down by losses in Boeing, Apple and General Electric, and as a U.S. government shutdown entered its third day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ...
U.S. stocks fell modestly at the open on Monday, as investors found few reasons to keep pushing shares higher following a push to repeated records, and as the government shutdown provided another element ...
Micron Technology (MU) has been increasing its gross margin over the last one-year period by improving cost competitiveness through technology advancement. The benefit of a high gross margin trickled down for the company. Micron’s non-GAAP operating margin rose fourfold from 11.0% in fiscal 1Q17 to 46.0% in fiscal 1Q18.
BEIJING (AP) — Global stocks were mixed on Monday as global investors mostly shrugged off the latest U.S. government shutdown.