Market Report - Us
Stocks on Wall Street were little changed on Thursday despite weekly jobless claims figures that some economists said showed that the jobs market was set to stall in October.
Wall Street trading got off to a mixed start on Wednesday amid heightened restrictions to stem Covid-19 cases in Europe and an ongoing stalemate in negotiations for a second stimulus bill.
Wall Street trading got off to a mostly positive start on Tuesday ahead of testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell later in the day.
Wall Street stocks opened lower on Monday as tech shares struggled again and Chinese trade relations and stimulus negotiations also remained in focus.
Wall Street stocks were mixed after the bell on Friday as stimulus talks, Chinese apps and vaccination news were all in the spotlight.
Wall Street stocks opened lower on Thursday after the Federal Reserve vowed to keep interest rates at their current level until 2023 and market participants mulled over some conflicting statements around the roll-out of a potential coronavirus vaccine.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee's latest policy meeting.
Wall Street stocks were higher after the bell on Tuesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting and Apple's first virtual-only product reveal.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Monday amid a raft of corporate deals.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Friday as a volatile, holiday-shortened week for stocks got ready to draw to a close.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Thursday following the release of this week's jobless claims data.
Wall Street stocks opened sharply higher on Wednesday, putting a halt to a sell-off started late last week that ended with the Nasdaq entering correction territory.
Wall Street stocks were sharply lower after the bell on Tuesday as tech stocks continued on with their worst performance since March.
Wall Street stocks were lower at the open on Friday as yesterday's tech rout looked set to carry on for another session.
Wall Street stocks were lower after the opening bell on Thursday following yesterday's strong session, with tech stocks taking the biggest hit in early trading.
Wall Street stocks were higher after the bell on Wednesday despite the release of some much weaker-than-expected payroll data.
Wall Street trading got off to a positive start on Tuesday after the index closed out its best August in over 30 years in the previous session and the tech-heavy Nasdaq got off to a strong start on the back of another rally in the sector.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Friday, with the Dow Jones set to erase all of its 2020 losses at the open as a record-breaking rally for the index looks set to continue.
Wall Street trading got off to a positive start on Thursday as market participants digested comments made by Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell regarding the central bank's plans for the future of monetary policy in the US.
Wall Street stocks were somewhat mixed at the bell on Wednesday as investors looked ahead to this week's Federal Reserve symposium in Jackson Hole.