Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session higher following yesterday's retreat. Earlier in the global trading day, Asian stocks closed mixed amid continuing turmoil in Hong Kong and mixed data from the region, while the European markets are also trading...
Asian markets are mostly lower on Tuesday, with the overnight weak close on Wall Street and geopolitical concerns due to the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and Hong Kong weighing on sentiment. Some disappointing economic data from Japan and concerns about a slowdown in China are also contributing to the weakness.
After moving sharply lower at the open, stocks showed a substantial recovery attempt over the course of the trading day on Monday. The Nasdaq and the S&P 500 bounced well off the one-month intraday lows set in early trading but still closed in the red.
Stocks have shown a notable recovery since coming under pressure at the open, but the markets continue to see modest weakness in mid-day trading on Monday. The rebound came after the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 hit their worst intraday levels in over a month.
After moving sharply lower at the open, stocks have regained some ground over the course of early trading on Monday. The major averages have climbed well off their lows for the young session but remain stuck in negative territory.
Following the weakness seen last week, stocks are likely to see further downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a sharply lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 143 points.
Early indications suggest that the recovery by Wall Street stocks last Friday may prove short lived. The major U.S. index futures point to a lower opening on Monday after Asian stocks closed mixed, while the European averages are trading amid nervousness. The sentiment in Asia was rendered cautious by...
After moving moderately higher in early trading on Friday, stocks accelerated to the upside in the afternoon before closing sharply higher. The strong gains on the day partly offset the substantial pullback that was seen in the previous session.
After moving sharply lower over the course of the previous session, stocks have regained some ground during trading on Friday. Buying interest has remained somewhat subdued, however, limiting the upside for the markets.
While buying interest has remained somewhat subdued, stocks have moved mostly higher in early trading on Friday. The major averages have all climbed into positive territory after ending the previous session firmly in the red.
After moving sharply lower over the course of the previous session, stocks may regain some ground in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 31 points.
Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Friday's session slightly higher. Earlier in the global trading day, Asian stocks closed lower, with the exception of China, after yen retreated on tamer inflation data. Wary of the encircling gloom on the geopolitical front...
Stocks showed a substantial move to the downside over the course of the trading day on Thursday, more than offsetting the gains posted in the previous session. The sharp pullback dragged all three major averages down to their lowest closing levels in over a month.
After moving sharply lower in early trading on Thursday, stocks have seen continued weakness over the course of the trading day. The steep losses on the day have more than offset the strong upward move seen in the previous session.
Stocks have moved sharply lower in early trading on Thursday, offsetting the strong gains posted in the previous session. The major averages have pulled back firmly into negative territory, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq leading the way lower.