Market Report - Us
Wall Street stocks were higher at the opening bell on Tuesday amid a busy day for corporate earnings.
Wall Street stocks were mixed after the opening bell on Monday ahead of some key corporate earnings later in the week.
Wall Street stocks opened in the red on Friday as market participants continued to mull over Joe Biden's Covid-19 stimulus plan.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Thursday after major indices hit fresh record highs on Inauguration Day.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Wednesday ahead of president-elect Joe Biden's inauguration later in the day.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Tuesday ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow.
Wall Street stocks opened lower on Friday as several major US banks reported their latest quarterly earnings.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Thursday as market participants awaited details on president-elect Joe Biden's planned economic stimulus package and thumbed over this week's jobless claims data.
Wall Street stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as the House of Representatives prepared to vote on impeaching the President for a second time.
Wall Street's main market gauges were slightly as investors cheered positive news regarding the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in the US and in growing anticipation of further economic stimulus.
Stocks on Wall Street were on the back foot in early trading although analysts' comments on the outlook for shares remained constructive.
Wall Street trading began on a mixed note on Friday as market participants digest the latest nonfarm jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Thursday after Joe Biden was confirmed by Congress as the 46th President of the United States, hours after a mob incited by the incumbent stormed and occupied the Capitol building.
Wall Street trading started on a mixed note on Wednesday as the Democratic Party flipped a key Senate seat.
Wall Street stocks opened slightly higher on Tuesday following a sharp sell-off in the previous session.
Wall Street stocks opened lower on Monday as major indices looked set to take a bite out of last year's record-setting gains on the first day of trading for 2021.
Wall Street stocks started out the session somewhat mixed on Thursday as market participants got stuck into the year's final day of trading.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Wednesday as major indices looked set to attempt to reclaim some of their record highs in one of the final sessions of the year.
Wall Street trading got off to a mixed start on Tuesday after US stocks hit another record high in the previous session.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Monday after Donald Trump finally signed off on Congress' Covid-19 stimulus relief package.