|Day's Range||1,493.03 - 1,502.33|
|52 Week Range||1,436.43 - 1,742.09|
The stock market lost its mojo in September, and price action since has been pretty ugly. Does this mean the 2009 bull market is over? Based on Elliott Wave theory, the S&P 500 was getting close to completing a 5-wave advance from the February 2016 low.
The relative performance of small-caps versus large-caps has been trendless since 2005, the longest such period in at least 90 years
Technology companies and banks led stocks lower on a turbulent day on Wall Street, extending the market's slide to a fifth day. Bond prices rose Wednesday as traders shifted money into low-risk assets. ...
The Russell 2000 Index of smaller firms fell 0.8 percent Wednesday, capping a five-day decline that erased its year-to-date gain for a second time in as many months. Fundamentals are going against small firms, Citigroup said. Dips in earnings estimates have been more evident than large-caps and with higher leverage, smaller firms are more vulnerable to rising interest rates.
Relative immunity from tariffs had been the thesis that helped propel the small-cap Russell 2000 to highs in August, but as a less-than-stellar earnings season comes to a close, some market participants are questioning whether the thesis holds water.
A closely followed gauge of small-capitalization stocks is a hair’s breadth of realizing a bearish pattern.
BEIJING (AP) — Most Asian stock markets declined Thursday after Wall Street fell for a fifth day and Britain's Cabinet endorsed a draft agreement to leave the European Union.
Small-cap stocks just entered the dreaded death cross, a technical development that traditionally suggests weakness ahead for an asset. And if history is any indication, that may signal trouble for the broader market.
LONDON (AP) — Concerns about political developments in Britain and Italy kept a lid on global stock markets on Wednesday. Meanwhile oil prices recouped some lost ground.
British Prime Minister Theresa May holding an emergency cabinet meeting as the UK and EU reach a deal on Brexit. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, and Alanna Petroff discuss.
Markets turn downward as tech stocks continue slide. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Adam Shapiro talk with Scott Gamm at the NYSE.