Stocks may move to the downside in early trading on Friday, adding to the losses posted in the four previous sessions. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 26 points.
Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Friday's session lower, continuing losses into the fifth straight session as investors fret over looming rate hikes and geopolitical tensions. Global cues are mixed, with Asian stocks ending on a mixed note, while the European...
After recovering from an early move to the downside, stocks turned in a lackluster performance throughout the remainder of the session on Thursday. The major averages spent the rest of the day bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line before closing modestly lower.
After coming under pressure in early trading, stocks have regained some ground over the course of the trading session on Thursday. The major averages have bounced well off their worst levels of the day, with the Dow and the S&P 500 climbing into positive territory.
Stocks have moved mostly lower in early trading on Thursday, adding to the steep losses posted in the previous session. The major averages have slid firmly into negative territory, with the Dow and the Nasdaq hitting their worst intraday levels in well over a month.
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to notably lower opening on Thursday, with the negative mood exacerbated by fears of a hit to global growth. After Greece, the Middle East is back on the radar, with Yemen being the epicenter of the strife in the region. Saudi Arabia and a few regional allies have begun air strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
After moving sharply lower over the course of the previous session, stocks are likely to see some further downside in early trading on Thursday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 85 points.
Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Thursday's session notably lower, as traders stare at the possibility of the most recent geopolitical tension in the Middle East upsetting the already fragile global economic recovery. Saudi Arabia and a few of its regional allies have begun air strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen, especially in Sanaa and Aden.
Stocks moved sharply lower over the course of the trading day on Wednesday, adding to the losses posted in the previous session. The pullback dragged the major averages below the levels seen before last week's Federal Reserve-inspired rally.
After moving modestly higher at the open, stocks have once again come under pressure over the course of the trading day on Wednesday. With the downturn on the day, the Nasdaq is pulling back further off the fifteen-year closing high it set last Friday.
Stocks are turning in a lackluster performance in early trading on Wednesday after turning lower over the course of the previous session. The major averages are showing only modest moves, although the Nasdaq is pulling back further off its recent highs.
After turning lower over the course of the previous session, stocks may show a lack of direction in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a roughly flat open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by just 10 points.
The mood on Wall Street continues to be nervous, as indicated by the trading in the U.S. index futures, which point to a narrowly mixed opening on Wednesday. Global cues are mixed, with Asian stocks closing mixed, while the European markets are seeing weakness despite the release of positive German business sentiment data.
Asian stock markets are exhibiting a mixed trend on Wednesday, following mixed leads from a lower closing overnight on Wall Street amid renewed concerns about the outlook for interest rates and a positive close in the euro zone.
Canadian stocks ended slightly higher on Tuesday, on some upbeat economic news from the U.S. and Europe, driven by energy, financial and telecom stocks, extending gains from the previous two sessions.
Most sectors ended in positive territory, with the exception of information tech, gold and mining...