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U.S. stocks rebounded strongly Friday from Thursday’s big losses to end the week in positive territory.
Stocks were narrowly mixed on Thursday after trading in a narrow band all day.
Looking as if it might close above 1900 for the first time ever, the S&P 500 instead gave up roughly half of its early gains in the final hour of light trading Thursday, finishing at 1892 for a gain of … Continue reading
The U.S. stock market rally continued into the new week, with equity prices mostly higher for a fifth day on Monday.
A slate of mostly upbeat U.S. economic reports helped lift stocks on Thursday and put Wednesday’s Federal Reserve comments about higher interest rates in the rearview mirror.
U.S. stocks got off to a weak start on Thursday following another negative report on the Chinese economy and a disappointing earnings report from Walmart but moved higher the rest of the day to close solidly in the green.
An unexpected contraction in China’s manufacturing sector set off a global drop in stocks Thursday and a flight to high-grade bonds and currencies.
After trading in negative territory for most of the morning, the Dow Jones Industrial Average eked out an 11-point or 0.1% rise Thursday to stretch its record run to 16179.
Stock prices rose on Wednesday, led once again by tech stocks.
The main U.S. stock market indexes were widely mixed on Wednesday, ahead of Thursday’s report on third quarter GDP.