Market Report - Us Close
US stocks closed sharply higher on Friday following the release of a key monthly jobs report that easily topped expectations on the Street.
Wall Street trading finished positive on Thursday, as financial markets shrugged off the latest concerns around US-China trade relations, as well as ongoing impeachment proceedings against president Donald Trump.
US stocks closed higher on Wednesday as reports circulated that a trade deal between the US and China could be closer than previously thought.
US stocks recorded further losses on Tuesday following comments from Donald Trump at Nato's 70th-anniversary event in London.
US stocks finished weaker on Monday, following fresh round of punitive trade action from Donald Trump, and some weaker-than-expected manufacturing data.
US stocks closed lower on Friday's shortened session following a day off from trading in celebration of Thanksgiving Day.
Wall Street’s indices finished in positive territory ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday on Wednesday, following further conversations between officials in Washington and Beijing.
US stocks finished in positive territory on Tuesday, following further conversations between officials in Washington and Beijing.
US stocks closed higher on Monday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite hitting record highs in early trading as market participants remained largely focused on the long-running trade dispute between Washington and Beijing.
US stocks closed higher ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday as stocks snapped the three-day losing streak that halted its historic rally.
US stocks closed lower on Thursday as trade headlines continued to stream in.
US stocks closed lower on Wednesday as uncertainty regarding the possibility of a trade deal between Washington and Beijing mounted.
Wall Street trading finished as it started on Tuesday - in a mixed state - as some confused signals on the US-China trade front and some disappointing figures from the likes of Home Depot and Kohl's halted a record-breaking rally.
Stocks in the States finished in positive territory for the first session of the week, on the back of mixed reports around the state of the ongoing trade talks between the US and China.
Wall Street closed at fresh record highs on Friday following upbeat remarks from two top US administration officials regarding the chances of a preliminary trade deal with China.
Stocks on Wall Street finished mixed but little changed on Thursday, as market participants continued to focus on trade developments between the world's two largest economies.
US stocks finished mixed on Wednesday, as market participants digested Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell's testimony to the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.
Stocks closed on a mixed note on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrials falling just short of registering its tenth record close of the year.
The Dow Jones continued its record-setting rally on Monday after some positive news from Boeing erased a 135-point decline in early trade, while the other major indices closed lower as market participants continued to closely monitor goings-on in US-China trade talks and demonstrations in Hong Kong.