After initially showing a lack of direction, stocks moved mostly higher over the course of the trading session on Tuesday. With the upward move on the day, the Dow snapped an eight-session losing streak.
U.S. stocks surged Tuesday morning after a lackluster start, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average set to break its longest losing skid since 2011.
Having dropped eight sessions in a row, the DJIA is up 100 points, or 0.49 percent, to 20,651.52. The S&P 500 is up 12 points to 2,354.41, while the...
Following the lackluster performance in the previous session, stocks continue to show a lack of direction during trading on Tuesday. The major averages have spent the morning bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.
After ending the previous session mixed, stocks may continue to show a lack of direction in early trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a modestly lower opening, with the Dow futures down by 28 points.
Indications from U.S. Future Index suggest that Wall Street may open higher on Tuesday. The market seems to be detached to the failure of Obamacare repeal and the shadow cast on President Trump. The U.S. dollar strengthened against other major currencies. Asian shares finished broadly higher, while European shares also are climbing.
After initially coming under pressure, stocks showed a lack of direction during trading on Monday. The major averaged spent the day bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.
While the Nasdaq inch up 11.64 points or 0.2 percent to 5,840.37, the Dow slipped 45.74 points or 0.2 percent to 20,550.98...
After showing a notable move to the downside early in the session, stocks have climbed well off their worst levels of the day. The major averages have rebounded off their early lows and back near the unchanged line.
Currently, the major averages remain in negative territory. The Dow is down 68.86...
After seeing initial weakness, stocks have climbed off their worst levels of the morning but remain mostly negative on Monday. The major averages are adding to the losses posted last week.
Initial trading in the U.S. future index is pointing to a lower opening for Wall Street. The market may be resonating to the failed Obamacare repeal and the doubts about President Trumps ability to fulfill his promises. U.S. dollar slipped against its major counterparts. Asian shares finished in the red, while European share are broadly down.
Following the pullback seen last week, stocks may see some further downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 143 points.
With traders keeping a close eye on developments on Capitol Hill, stocks saw some volatility over the course of the trading session on Friday. The major averages eventually ended the day on opposites sides of the unchanged line.
After seeing early strength, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Friday ahead of a key vote in Washington. Buying interest has remained relatively subdued, however, limiting the upside for the major averages.
Stocks have moved mostly higher in morning trading on Friday after ending the previous session roughly flat. The major averages have all moved to the upside, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq outperforming its counterparts.
While the major index futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street, traders may be reluctant to make significant moves ahead of a key vote in Washington. The Dow futures are currently up by 49 points.
The latest developments on Capitol Hill might influence trading today. While industrial production report, with a consensus of 1.5 percent gain and a slew of Fed speeches are also keenly watched. Asian shares closed broadly in the green, while European shares were trading lower. Early trading trends on U.S. Future Index suggest that Wall Street may open in green.