Market Report - Us Close
Wall Street stocks put on a mixed performance on Friday as market participants digested earnings from some of the country's biggest banks.
Wall Street stocks closed in the red on Thursday, with Big Tech names on the slide, as investors digested December's producer price index and this week's jobless claims figures.
Wall Street kept their heads above water on Wednesday, as market participants digested December's consumer price index reading.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Tuesday as market participants digested testimony from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell on Capitol Hill.
Major indices were all in the red at the end of trading on Friday after December's all-important non farm payrolls figures came in well and truly short of expectations.
Wall Street stocks closed lower on Thursday as fears over tighter monetary policy remained in focus and investors digested a number of key data points.
Wall Street stocks closed in the red on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq turning in its worst performance in 11 months, after the latest Federal Reserve minutes suggested the central bank could move to shrink its balance sheet and raise rates faster than previously thought.
Wall Street stock markets closed in a mixed fashion on Tuesday, with the Dow reaching a new all-time high, following the release of slightly weaker-than-expected economic data.
US stocks reversed earlier gains to end their Santa rally by the close on Thursday, as investors digested the latest jobless claims.
US stocks closed in a mixed state on Wednesday, as investors digested data showing America’s trade deficit widened to a record high, while Omicron Covid variant cases continued to surge.
Wall Street stocks were firmly positive at the end of trading on Thursday, with the S&P 500 turning in its 68th record close of the year.
Wall Street stocks booked their second positive day in a row on Wednesday, as market participants digested third-quarter GDP figures and continued to monitor Covid-19 headlines in the lead-up to the Christmas break.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Tuesday following a three-day slump for major indices.
Wall Street stocks closed sharply lower on Monday as market participants monitored a resurgence in global Covid-19 cases due to the omicron variant.
Wall Street stocks closed lower on Friday as a volatile week for blue-chips drew to a close.
Equities on Wall Street closed weaker on Thursday, with the Nasdaq turning in its worst performance in almost three months, as investors reacted to increasingly hawkish central banks.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve confirmed it was turning its tapering plans up to 11, and signalled three rate hikes next year.
Wall Street stocks closed lower on Tuesday as market participants thumbed over last month's producer price index and concerns related to the Covid-19 omicron variant continued to weigh on sentiment.
Wall Street stocks closed lower on Monday as the Covid-19 omicron variant was back in focus.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Friday as investors digested key inflation data.