Market Report - Us Close
US stocks closed higher on Friday following the release of some economic data out of China overnight and a strong start to earnings season.
Wall Street stocks surged to new records at the closing bell on Thursday, after the US and China signed their "phase one" trade agreement during the previous session.
Wall Street indices finished at record highs on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones closing above the 29,000 point barrier as investors cheered the signing of Washington and Beijing's "phase one" trade agreement.
US stocks turned in a mixed performance on Tuesday as a slew of earnings from some of the country's biggest lenders began to roll in.
Wall Street stocks closed higher on Monday as market participants cheered news that the US would be removing China from a list of currency manipulators ahead of the pair's "phase one" trade deal later in the week.
US stocks closed lower on Friday despite the Dow Jones briefly breaking the psychologically-important 29,000 point level earlier in the session as a disappointing jobs report weighed on sentiment.
US stocks finished at record highs on Thursday, with the Dow coming close to the psychologically-important 29,000 point level - as Washington appeared to take steps to avoid further conflict in the Middle East, and investors turned their attention back to the US-China trade front.
US stocks closed higher on Wednesday despite news that Iran had fired rockets at two Iraqi bases hosting American troops, albeit without killing any servicemen.
US stocks closed lower on Tuesday as investors continued to monitor headlines surrounding tensions in the Middle East.
US stocks staged a mid-session turnaround to finish higher on Monday, as investors shrugged off geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
US stocks recorded some heavy losses on Friday after the White House confirmed that an airstrike had killed a top Iranian commander, with Tehran vowing to retaliate.
US stocks closed higher on the first day of 2020 thanks to some encouraging news out of China.
US stocks closed higher on Tuesday as Wall Street's banner year drew to a close.
Stocks went red as trade news remained firmly in focus Monday - the fourth day of the so-called Santa Claus rally period, which had typically given a boost to stocks.
US stocks turned in a mixed performance on the year's third-to-last session as US-China trade news remained firmly in focus.
US stocks closed higher on Thursday as traders came back from the Christmas break.
Wall Street trading finished Tuesday's truncated Christmas Eve session in a mixed state, although the Nasdaq managed to record a fresh record after its ninth session of gains in a row.
Wall Street stocks turned in another round of record closes on Monday, ahead of the Christmas break in trading later in the week and as investors reacted to the news of the immediate departure of Boeing’s chief executive officer.
US stocks recorded more gains on Friday as investors again shrugged off news of the President's impeachment and digested some positive trade headlines.
US stocks finished in the green on Thursday, with Wall Street’s main boards once again beating records, as investors shrugged off the news of the US President's impeachment amid some mixed economic data.