Market Report - Us
Wall Street stocks were in the red early on Monday as traders took profits in bank stocks and awaited more earnings from several big-name US firms.
Wall Street futures were mixed open early on Friday amid more solid first-quarter report cards from some of the nation's largest lenders.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Thursday thanks to some better-than-expected jobless claims data and corporate results.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Wednesday as market participants thumbed through some strong earnings from several of the nation's largest banks.
Wall Street stocks were mixed early on Tuesday after the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control recommended the use of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose Covid-19 vaccine be temporarily after six people out of the 7. 0m who received the jab developed blood clots.
Wall Street stocks were in the red early on Monday as investors awaited the beginning of the first-quarter earnings season and the release of some key inflation data later in the week.
Wall Street trading got off to a mixed start on Friday after the S&P 500 hit another fresh record in the previous session.
Wall Street trading started off with mixed results on Thursday after the S&P 500 hit another record close in the previous session and a sharper than expected increase in weekly jobless claims made little impact on major indices.
Wall Street stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as market participants awaited details from the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
Wall Street trading got off to a relatively flat start on Tuesday after the Dow Jones and S&P 500 closed at fresh record highs in the previous session on the back of some strong economic data.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Thursday, with the S&P 500 breaking above 4,000 for the first time in its history ahead of the Good Friday long weekend.
Wall Street trading was mixed early on Wednesday as investors awaited more details about Joe Biden's infrastructure spending plan.
Wall Street stocks were in the red early on Tuesday after the Dow Jones saw out the previous session at a fresh all-time high as elevated bond yields weighed on sentiment yet again.
Wall Street stocks were in the red at the bell on Monday, with bank stocks, in particular, under pressure in early trading.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Friday, with the Dow Jones hoping to end what has been a volatile week for trading on somewhat of a high note as fears of rising inflation eased following data that pointed to tamed price pressures.
Wall Street stocks were in the red early on Thursday as comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell weighed on sentiment and traders took a moment to reassess the US economic outlook.
Wall Street stocks were higher in early trading on Wednesday following a sharp sell-off in the previous session as market participants again bet on the reopening of the US economy.
Wall Street stocks were mixed at the opening bell on Tuesday, twelve months to the day that the Covid-19 pandemic bull market began as stocks tumbled 30% at the fastest pace in history.
Wall Street stocks were mostly higher on Monday after the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note slipped from its recent 14-month high, with technology stocks leading gainers early in the session.
Wall Street stocks were mostly in the red early on Friday after the Federal Reserve opted to not extend a Covid-19-era capital break for banks fuelled a rise in bond yields and a financial sell-off.