|Day's range||23,356.01 - 23,433.77|
|52-week range||18,883.10 - 23,602.12|
Investors have many things to be thankful for this year: global equities had risen in every single month this year, while every major economy expanded. That’s something to think about when U.S. markets ...
Cisco Systems Inc.’s forecast of a return to revenue growth after a two-year drought send shares Thursday to levels not seen since the dot-com boom and analysts scrambling to raise stock price targets ...
Cisco Systems Inc. investors are pinning their hopes that the company’s promised return to revenue growth will be sustainable amid a transformation in its business model.
Wall Street has been keenly watching the noninvestment grade bond market, otherwise known as junk bonds, for signs of cracks that could ripple across the broader market.
China’s 10-year bond yield spiked this week to a three-year high of 4% as worries about tightening conditions in the Chinese credit market prompted investors to dump bonds. Expect to see similar sort of ...
The major U.S. stock indexes were down across the board on Friday, led by declines in the Dow and S&P 500 Index, which posted their first 2-week losing streak since August. In the cash market, the benchmark S&P 500 Index settled at 2578.85, down 6.79 or -0.26%, the blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average finished … Continue reading S&P 500; US Indexes Fundamental Daily Forecast – Lack of Clarity Over Tax-Reform Creating Pressure
If there’s one word that would seem to describe the U.S. stock market in 2017, it’s this: quiet. But a crucial shift may be taking place below the surface.
December E-mini Dow Jones Industrial Average futures finished lower on Friday while posting an inside move. The price action suggests investor indecision and impending volatility. Investors are worried about whether the Senate and House can pass the tax reform bill before the end of the year, and the widening of the Mueller probe. The main … Continue reading E-mini Dow Jones Industrial Average (YM) Futures Analysis – Investors Transitioning from Buying Strength to Seeking Value
After a one-day reprieve on Thursday, the theme of the week resumed on Friday with investors shedding higher-risk assets for the safety of lower-yielding assets. The catalysts remained investor skepticism over U.S. Republicans’ efforts to pass tax cuts and worries over the Mueller probe. Earlier in the week, Congressional Republicans took important steps toward the … Continue reading Investors Shed Risky Assets on Concerns Over Tax Reform, Mueller Probe
See, it isn’t just equity investors who are looking to turn selloffs into buying opportunities. Despite the fact that equity investors were watching junk bonds, junk-bond investors were—you guessed it—buying the credit dip.
The major market indexes finished the week mixed following a weird day that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average drop 100 points and small caps gain 0.4%. The S&P 500 dipped 0.1% this week after falling 0.3% to 2578.85 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 63.97 points, or 0.3%, this week after dropping 100.12 points, 0.4%, to 23,358.24. The folks Todd Market Forecast calls it a "strange day." They explain why: Strange day.
U.S. stocks finish lower on Friday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow logging second straight week of losses as investors tracked the progress of the Republican tax cut plan as it made its way through the legislative ...
The product, which some Americans use for drug withdrawal, could actually make the opioid crisis worse, according to the FDA.
Despite the weakness seen in the stock market's benchmark indexes, exchange data suggests the market of stocks is actually rising, boosted by smaller-capitalization stocks. The number of advancing stocks ...
Stocks were modestly lower in early Friday trade. A few retailers were breaking out. Tesla unveiled its semi-truck and a new Roadster.