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Global stocks were mostly if modestly higher on Wednesday, enough to carry the S&P 500 to another all-time high.
Stocks rebounded strongly across the globe on Tuesday as concern about the crises in the Middle East and Russia ebbed a bit, at least for one day.
It was a quiet day in Wall Street, where all of the stock market indexes seemed to be above average. With scant economic or corporate news out today and more of the same low volatility exhibited over the past several … Continue reading
Down 130 points or 0.8% shortly after today’s opening bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fought its way back to a gain of 18 points or 0.1% Monday. NASDAQ, largely on today’s buying of biotech stocks (+1.8%), rose 0.3% for … Continue reading
Stocks were broadly higher across much of the globe on Tuesday, ahead of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve announcement.
The major U.S. stock averages closed mostly higher Thursday although most of the action was decidedly mixed.
U.S. stock prices were slightly lower today, with NASDAQ absorbing the brunt of the selling. The Dow lost just 13 points or 0.1% on the day, while the S&P 500 dropped 0.2%, and NASDAQ fell 0.8%, with biotech shares down … Continue reading
Stocks traded in a relatively narrow range Monday, a day with little economic news to digest and one day ahead of Janet Yellen’s first testimony to Congress as Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
After Monday’s afternoon rally fell short of moving the major U.S. averages into the green, stocks were higher on Tuesday.
Despite an afternoon rally that lifted both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 into positive territory for a time, the global market selloff in stocks continued into the new week on Monday.