Market Report - Us 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.
US stocks turned in a mixed performance on Wednesday as investors eyed impeachment proceedings and continued to mull over Sino-US trade developments.
US stocks closed slightly higher on Tuesday as market participants awaited further updates on Washington and Beijing's trade war ceasefire.
Wall Street three main indices all finished at record highs on Monday, as Washington and Beijing's "phase one" trade deal remained the focus of most traders.
Wall Street markets broke fresh records on Thursday, after amid reports that Washington and Beijing had reached a deal to avoid fresh punitive tariffs planned by the Trump administration for 15 December.
Wall Street stocks recorded some small gains on Wednesday as market participants digested the latest policy announcement from America's central bank.
US stocks finished below the waterline after a choppy session on Tuesday as market participants remained glued to their screens for any hint of fresh developments in the ongoing US-China trade war.
US stocks closed lower on Monday as investors awaited further updates on US-China trade.
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.