|Day's Range||23,509.06 - 24,108.47|
|52 Week Range||9.65 - 24,108.47|
Stock market bulls are confident in corporate profits and the economy, but face a challenge from rising trade tensions and political turmoil in the weeks leading up to earnings season.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the broad-market S&P 500 are contending with an unusually unsightly March, amid a rise in volatility and heightened concerns about trade wars. Here’s how bad it is?...
Market technicians generally define a correction as a 10% decline from a recent peak in an asset. But once that security slips in to correction phase, that trend is viewed as in force until it trades above ...
A fistful of trade fights under President Trump is worrying the heck out of Wall Street, but investors are still anxious about the threat of inflation. If it keeps rising, so will U.S. interest rates.
What makes the decline technically very significant is that closing below the Feb. 8 closing low of 23,860.46 completes half of the final step needed to trigger a Dow Theory sell signal, as MarketWatch ...
U.S. stocks suffered their worst week in more than two years, signaling mounting investor anxiety over whether factors from restrictive trade policies to rising interest rates could disrupt the nine-year ...
Vital Signs Learning to juggle isn’t easy—and the market is discovering that the hard way. When there were big down days—and by big, we mean anything over 1%—the reason was identified and quickly explained away, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average eventually gained 25.1%. Last week, the Dow dropped 1,413.31 points, or 5.7%, to 23,533.20, its largest weekly decline since January 2016.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst week since 2016. •...and explain why Western Digital (WDC) was the S&P 500's worst performer. The stock market is tumbling on concerns about a trade war, but nothing else is...and that could be a problem.
Wall Street tumbled on Friday with more than 1,000 points knocked off the Dow in two days as investors, increasingly nervous about a potential U.S. trade war with China, shied away from risk ahead of the weekend and sought shelter from further losses. "There is concern what the trade war could look like. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 424.69 points, or 1.77 percent, to 23,533.2, the S&P 500 lost 55.43 points, or 2.10 percent, to 2,588.26 after hitting an intraday low that was barely above its 200-day moving average of 2585.22.
The threat of a trade war sent world stock markets broadly lower in choppy trading on Friday and boosted safer assets like the yen and government bonds, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on up to $60 billion of Chinese goods. Trump signed a presidential memorandum on Thursday that could impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of imports from China, although the measures have a 30-day consultation period before they take effect. After another bruising week, a key gauge of world equity markets was broadly headed for its first quarterly loss since early 2016 as a spike in volatility, rising inflation and the spectre of a trade war spooked investors who had enjoyed a multi-year bull run.
The threat of a trade war sent world stock markets broadly lower in choppy trading on Friday and boosted safer assets like the yen and government bonds, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on up to $60 billion of Chinese goods. Trump signed a presidential memorandum on Thursday that could impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of imports from China, although the measures have a 30-day consultation period before they take effect. After another bruising week, a key gauge of world equity markets was broadly headed for its first quarterly loss since early 2016 as a spike in volatility, rising inflation and the specter of a trade war spooked investors who had enjoyed a multi-year bull run.
Treasury yields on Friday are little changed in Friday trade, but were mostly lower for the week, as a swoon for global stocks appeared to intensify on worries about escalating trade tensions between China ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sitting pretty at the end of January. The S&P 500 slumped 2.1% to 2588.26, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 424.69 points, or 1.8%, to 23,533.20, a 2018 low. The Nasdaq Composite tumbled 2.4% 6992.67.
Stocks sank on Friday after President Donald Trump moved to slap tariffs on up to $60 billion worth of China-made goods.
Wall Street tumbled on Friday as investors, increasingly nervous about a potential U.S. trade war with China, shied away from risky bets going into the weekend as they looked for shelter from further declines. ...
Wall Street's three major indexes tumbled in late afternoon trading on Friday as investors shied away from risky bets going into the weekend while they braced for a potential U.S. trade war with China.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned sharply lower on Friday, adding to its rout on Thursday, as shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , and 3M Co. picked up momentum. Those Dow components were contributing ...
The common wisdom given investors during stock market volatility is to stay the course. But sometimes it does make sense to take action.
Yes, the VIX has been rising—it was trading at just under 23 at 1:34 p.m. today—but it’s nowhere near the highs it hit back on Feb. 9, when it traded at 50.30. To Phases & Cycles Technical analyst Ron Meisels, that could be a sign that the market correction is nearing its end. Yesterday's market decline, despite being the largest since Feb. 8, saw the VIX close at 23.81.
Wall Street on Friday struggled to shake off fears of a global trade war after the United States moved to slap tariffs on China and as technology stocks took another hit with Micron's results weighing on chipmakers, though oil prices gave some succor. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the benchmark S&P 500 indexes swung between gains and losses in a choppy session, but the Nasdaq Composite stayed firmly in the red.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw losses accelerate in Friday afternoon trade, pushing the blue-chip gauge beneath its lows of early February. The Dow was off about 28 points recently, or 0.1%, at 23,920, ...
In a nutshell: news from the White House is a headwind for stocks Trump wants to appear unpredictable; he relishes chaos/conflict CBS to air Stormy Daniels interview on March 25th Trump tweets are market ...
As Trump imposed tariffs on China, fears of a trade war shook the global market badly. Play these inverse ETFs as near-term rescues.
Nike and energy companies led modest gains in U.S. stocks on Friday, amid lingering fears of a trade war, although a Micron-led slump in semiconductor companies kept gains in check. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was modestly higher, helped by Nike and as industrial stocks gained after a bruising day on Thursday when the United States moved to impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of Chinese imports, sparking fears of a trade war.