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Previous Close24,461.70
Open0.00
Volume473,965,052
Day's Range24,526.97 - 24,663.18
52 Week Range9.65 - 24,663.18
Avg. Volume22,522
  • TheStreet.com10 minutes ago

    Global Stocks Weaken as Trump Opens New Fronts in Global Trade War

    Reports suggest President will target tech sector in next tariff move to thwart China investment in U.S. Oil continues to slide as OPEC decision on output adds supply, but investors question details. Wall Street futures fall, with Dow poised for 140 point decline, as benchmark slips into year-to-date decline.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 hours ago

    [$$] General Electric’s Long Unwinding

    Yes, GE used to be revered by Wall Street. This underlying reality was hard to see through the smokescreen of its finance business, GE Capital. GE was basically a giant hedge fund—a bet on its finance unit, which contributed half of GE’s profits.

  • TheStreet.com10 hours ago

    General Electric Expulsion From Dow Symbolizes Unsettled Week in Markets

    Of course, GM is going to build the vehicle in Mexico, raising more questions about the tariffs and especially, what's going to happen to the North American Free Trade Agreement. GM fell 6% this week and is trading at $41.25, 30 cents more than it cost on Dec. 15. Some Wall Street pros, including TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer, have cited the strength of the U.S. economy, which may wind up growing as much as 3% this year, as a reason to back the President's assertion that the U.S. can win a trade war.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Mexico election, EU summit, Uber appeal

    Uber begins its appeal against the decision to not renew its licence in London. Transport for London told the ride-sharing app in September last year that it would not renew its licence due to concerns over public safety and security, including how serious criminal offences were reported, how drivers obtained medical certificates and how criminal record checks were carried out. US housebuilder Lennar is expected to report higher revenue for the second quarter, helped by strong housing demand, which is supported by an expanding economy and job growth.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Stock-market leaders yet to be undercut by trade-war fears

    Nasdaq on pace for double-digit gains for first half of 2018Trade tensions continue to dominate headlines. The threat of a full-blown U.S.-China trade war is having less impact on both investor sentiment and stock prices than might be expected, judging by double-digit gains for the Nasdaq and modest but positive returns for the S&P 500 so far this year. To a large degree, the prospect of a wider trade conflict hasn’t been enough to untrack the market leaders that lifted Wall Street throughout the first half of 2018 — albeit with higher volatility.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] Why IPOs Are a Boom, Not a Bubble

    Review | Dates to Watch For | U.S. Economic Calendar | Consensus Estimates | Coming Earnings | Coming U.S. Auctions The market for initial public offerings has been slow for years now amid a flood of private cash and high valuations for startups. There have been 93 IPOs in the U.S. this year, up 35% from this time a year ago. The one-year performance of the Renaissance IPO Index—a basket of recent issues—is up 23% over the last 12 months versus 15% for the S&P 500.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Indices don’t just measure markets — they drive performance

    This has been growing clearer for years, as both individual savers and big institutions yank money from “active” managers, who attempt to outperform the market using good stock selection, and into “passive” funds, which try only to track a benchmark index. The Dow Industrials is only a historical curiosity. , a chain of pharmacies, had taken GE’s place that they bid its stock up by 3 per cent, on Wednesday.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Dow Suffers Biggest One-Week Loss Since March

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Friday but posted its biggest one-week slide since March as escalating tariff tensions drove investors out of companies they fear could suffer under tighter trade conditions. Stocks wobbled throughout the week, with shares of industrial firms, agricultural companies and auto makers sliding as investors feared global trading relations were becoming increasingly fractured. President Donald Trump asked his administration Monday to identify an additional $200 billion of Chinese goods that would be penalized with tariffs.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Don’t Discount The Dow’s Discards

    General Electric Co.?s removal from the Dow Jones Industrial Average this past week was a new low for the struggling industrial giant. GE will no longer be part of the blue-chip index come Tuesday, after the committee tasked with selecting Dow components decreed that it will be replaced by Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. Over the past 12 months, GE has fallen 53% as it struggled to reorganize its business, minimizing the firm?s influence in the price-weighted index. In the past, getting kicked out of the Dow hasn?t been as bad for a stock as might be expected.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    After the Bell: And Just Like That, the Dow's Back in Black

    Stocks ended mixed again on Friday, although the Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to snap its eight-day losing streak. •...unwind Red Hat's (RHT) double-digit plunge. Markets couldn't make a clean sweep Friday, but it was the Nasdaq that was the laggard.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] The Score: The Business Week in 7 Stocks

    Investors are waking up to the idea that the trade war between the U.S. and China could be the real deal. Boeing, which counts China as its largest market, single-handedly took 94 points off the Dow Jones Industrial Average that day. The business giants on Wednesday appointed Dr. Atul Gawande as chief executive of a yet-to-be-named company tasked with tackling rising employee health-care costs.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Don’t Ignore the Dow’s Discards

    General Electric ’s removal from the Dow Jones Industrial Average this past week was a new low for the struggling industrial giant. GE will no longer be part of the blue-chip index come Tuesday, after the committee tasked with selecting Dow components decreed that it will be replaced by Walgreens Boots Alliance Over the past 12 months, GE has fallen 53% as it struggled to reorganize its business, minimizing the firm’s influence in the price-weighted index. The last 10 booted companies have risen an average of 6.4% in the year after their respective removals, according to The Wall Street Journal’s Market Data Group.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Beware of the Russell 2000, but should you buy the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

    The four major markets are the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI), S&P 500 Index (^GSPC), Nasdaq 100 Index (XNAS:NDX) and Russell 2000 Index (^RUT). Some might argue that the Nasdaq Composite Index (^IXIC) is more important than the Nasdaq 100, but the Nasdaq Composite also has many small-cap stocks that are already included in the Russell 2000, so the Nasdaq 100 is a better indicator overall. With that, the Russell 2000 and the Nasdaq 100 are higher-beta markets, but with one material difference.

  • US stocks finish mostly higher as energy companies climb
    Associated Press2 days ago

    US stocks finish mostly higher as energy companies climb

    NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices and energy companies rallied Friday after OPEC said it will produce more oil, but not as much as investors feared. While trade tensions remained in the headlines, U.S. stocks finished slightly higher at the end of a bumpy week.

  • Global shares rise, oil prices jump on OPEC news
    Reuters2 days ago

    Global shares rise, oil prices jump on OPEC news

    World shares rose on Friday but still registered their biggest weekly decline in three months on continuing global trade tensions, while oil prices surged after OPEC decided on only modest increases in crude production. U.S. Treasury yields were little changed as risk appetite improved a bit though investors remained cautious over a trade conflict with China. "The market's saying we're a little nervous about a trade war but we really don't think there will be one," Gail Dudack, chief investment strategist at Dudack Research Group, said.

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    The Dow Averted Its Longest Losing Streak In 40 Years; Does It Matter?

    The last positive day for the Dow was June 11, nine days ago. Heightened tensions over a trade war with China, the European Union and Canada were largely to blame for shaking investors' confidence these past two weeks. There is little, if any, meaning behind the number of consecutive days the Dow — or any other index —has fallen.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Stocks End Week With Poor Action

    The indices, especially the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), are supposed to be an easy and convenient way to gauge the health of the stock market. When the reporter on the nightly news tells us that the Dow was up 114 points today we can assume that it was a positive day for most stocks. This week was one of those time when the indices did a very poor job of telling us what was really happening.

  • Global shares rise, oil prices jump on OPEC news
    Reuters2 days ago

    Global shares rise, oil prices jump on OPEC news

    World shares rose on Friday but still registered their biggest weekly decline in three months on continuing global trade tensions, while oil prices surged after OPEC decided on only modest increases in crude production. U.S. Treasury yields were little changed as risk appetite improved a bit though investors remained cautious over a trade conflict with China. "The market's saying we're a little nervous about a trade war but we really don't think there will be one," Gail Dudack, chief investment strategist at Dudack Research Group, said.

  • Associated Press2 days ago

    How major US stock indexes fared Friday

    Oil prices and energy companies rallied Friday after OPEC said it will produce more oil, but not as much as investors feared. While trade tensions remained in the headlines, U.S. stocks finished slightly higher at the end of a bumpy week.

  • Dow snaps losing streak on energy lift
    Reuters2 days ago

    Dow snaps losing streak on energy lift

    The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed on Friday, as the Dow put to rest an eight-day losing streak with a boost from energy stocks, but losses in the technology space kept the Nasdaq in check. Exxon Mobil rose 2.1 percent and Chevron gained 2.0 percent, as the two biggest boosts to the S&P. The S&P energy index was up 2.2 percent, as the sector notched its strongest day in June. A rally in oil prices due to OPEC's earlier decision to restrict supply in an effort to drain global inventories has given the sector a gain of more than 11 percent for the quarter-to-date, best among the 11 major S&P groups.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Dow Posts First Gain in Nine Sessions; Oil Jumps

    The Dow held on to post its first gain in nine sessions Friday. Oil prices soared after OPEC reached an agreement to boost oil production modestly.

  • Energy stocks gain on oil boost; Dow set to snap losing skid
    Reuters2 days ago

    Energy stocks gain on oil boost; Dow set to snap losing skid

    The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced on Friday, with the Dow poised to end an eight-day losing streak, as a jump in oil prices lifted energy stocks, but losses in technology stocks kept the Nasdaq in check. A rally in oil prices due to an earlier OPEC decision to restrict supply in an effort to drain global inventories has given the sector a gain of more than 7 percent over the past three months, best among the eleven major S&P groups. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (.DJI) rose 168.5 points, or 0.69 percent, to 24,630.2, the S&P 500 (.SPX) gained 11.12 points, or 0.40 percent, to 2,760.88 and the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) dropped 10.24 points, or 0.13 percent, to 7,702.71.

  • General Electric (GE) May Be Close to Rock Bottom
    Kiplinger2 days ago

    General Electric (GE) May Be Close to Rock Bottom

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average has booted the disgraced blue-chip, but it may be nearing "buy" territory.

  • Dow snaps losing streak, Nasdaq falls
    Reuters Videos2 days ago

    Dow snaps losing streak, Nasdaq falls

    The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed on Friday, but losses in the technology space kept the Nasdaq in check. Roselle Chen reports.