Market Report - Us Close
Wall Street stocks closed weaker on Tuesday following a strong rally seen during the previous session.
Wall Street stocks recorded solid gains on Monday as major indices shook off concerns around a continued rise in new Covid-19 cases across the United States.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Thursday as market participants digested a slew of data from the Department of Labor and some positive news regarding a coronavirus vaccine candidate.
US stocks closed mixed on the first day of trading in the new quarter amid "encouraging" clinical data from Pfizer and BioNTech on the study of a Covid-19 vaccine candidate.
Wall Street stocks closed in positive territory on Tuesday - the final day of trading for June and the second quarter.
Stocks closed in the green on Wall Street on Monday, despite a spike in new coronavirus cases in certain US states over the weekend.
Wall Street indices finished in positive territory on Thursday,amid news that regulators were set to ease some rules on banks, although ongoing worries about the risk of a second pandemic wave lingered.
Wall Street stocks closed sharply lower on Wednesday as market participants digested trade rumours and an ever-increasing number of new Covid-19 cases.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Tuesday following some volatile trading overnight as comments regarding the US-China phase one trade deal were taken "wildly out of context".
Wall Street stocks closed in the green on Monday, even as investors digested data showing an accelerated number of new Covid-19 infections in several US states.
Wall Street stocks turned in a mixed performance on Thursday as market participants digested the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic and this week's jobless data.
Wall Street stocks finished mostly lower on Wednesday, with the Dow managing to snap a three-day winning streak by the closing bell.
Wall Street stocks closed in the black on Tuesday, amid stronger-than-expected retail figures and news of more monetary and fiscal policy support from the Federal Reserve and the White House.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Monday despite market participants struggling with signs of a second wave of Covid-19 cases as the US economy emerges from lockdown.
Wall Street stocks closed sharply in the red on Thursday, amid an increased number of new Covid-19 cases in states emerging from lockdowns.
US stocks turned in a mixed performance on Wednesday following an update on the state of the nation's economy from the Federal Reserve.
Wall Street closed in a mixed state on Tuesday, as the Dow Jones Industrials looked set to pump the breaks on its comeback rally amid heightened concerns around another spike in Covid-19 cases and trade tensions between the US and the EU.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Monday as stocks continued to build upon last week's sharp gains and the S&P 500 returned to positive territory for the year.
Wall Street stocks closed mostly lower on Thursday after the Labor Department published some more disappointing unemployment claims data.
Wall Street stocks closed higher once again on Wednesday, as major indices rallied on growing optimism regarding the reopening of several US states.