Market Report - Us Close
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Thursday, with the market finding optimism in fresh labour market indicators, fueling expectations of a potential interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve.
Wall Street stocks closed lower Wednesday as the blue-chip Dow Jones ended the day in the red for a third-straight session.
Wall Street stocks delivered a mixed performance on Tuesday after major indices' recent rally came to a halt in the previous session.
Wall Street stocks ended in negative territory on Monday, marking a departure from the Dow’s recent winning streak, which had extended for five consecutive weeks.
US stocks put in decent gains on Friday with the Dow rising to its highest in nearly two years as bond yields continued to slump on the back of rising hopes that the Federal Reserve may cut interest rates earlier than expected.
Wall Street stocks were mostly higher at the close on Thursday, with the Dow Jones hitting a new high for 2023, as a winning month for stocks drew to a close.
Wall Street stocks delivered a mixed performance on Wednesday following the release of US GDP figures that came in ahead of expectations,.
US stocks closed higher on Tuesday as major indices reclaimed some of their earlier losses.
US stock markets inched lower on Monday, pulling back after the Dow and S&P 500 both closed at their highest levels in three months the previous session.
Wall Street finished with gains on Wednesday, driven by the release of the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting minutes overnight, which indicated a cautious approach to interest rate cuts.
US stocks declined on Tuesday with the S&P 500 snapping a five-day winning streak after minutes of the latest monetary policy meeting showed that officials are in no rush to start cutting interest rates.
US stocks finished with decent gains on Monday, with all three Wall Street indices closing at levels not seen in over three months.
Wall Street stocks displayed a mixed performance on Thursday, following a day of robust gains in the previous session.
US stock markets closed with slight gains on Wednesday, driven by growing investor optimism that the era of rate hikes may be drawing to a close.
US stocks surged from the off and held on to impressive gains by the close after a bigger-than-expected drop in inflation reignited hopes that the Federal Reserve will refrain from hiking interest rates again this cycle.
US stocks finished well off their daily lows on Monday but the major equity indices still put in a mixed performance as investors choose to remain cautious ahead of key inflation data.
US stocks dropped on Thursday, with the S&P 500 falling for the first time in nine sessions, after the head of the Federal Reserve refrained from calling time on interest-rate hikes and a Treasury sale went poorly.
Wall Street stocks delivered a mixed performance on Wednesday as investors digested comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell.
US stocks rose for a seventh straight day on Tuesday as both oil prices and bond yields dropped.
US stock markets finished with small gains on Monday with investors choosing not to take on too much risk after the strongest weekly rally for markets in about a year.