|Day's Range||25,496.20 - 25,670.80|
|52 Week Range||21,712.53 - 26,951.81|
The New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, and bond markets will be closed on Monday, May 27, as the U.S. observes Memorial Day and commemorates the men and women who lost their lives serving in the military. The markets are open the Friday before the federal holiday, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq Composite will be at standstills on Monday. The Nasdaq has added 15%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 95.22 points, or 0.37%, to close at 25,585.69. The S&P 500 added 3.82 points, or 0.14%, to end at 2826.06, and the Nasdaq Composite gained 8.73 points, or 0.11%, to close at 7637.01.
World equity markets rebounded on Friday from the previous day's sharp fall, after U.S. President Donald Trump said complaints against China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd might be resolved within the framework of a Sino-U.S. trade deal. Tensions remained high, with China accusing U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of fabricating rumors after he said Huawei's chief executive was lying about the telecom network gear maker's ties to the Chinese government.
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX rose 65.43 points, or 0.40 percent, to 16,230.04. Leading the index were Aphria Inc, up 14.6 percent, Canfor Corp, up 5.1 percent, and New Gold Inc, higher by 4.7 ...
With three days of tweets and other trade-war related headlines ahead of us, traders might not want to be long when the market closes on Friday.
President Donald Trump called Huawei “very dangerous” but said that it could be included in a trade deal, one that could be completed quickly.
Based on the early price action and the current price at 25608, the direction of the June E-mini Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the short-term 50% level at 25585.
Futures are pointing to a rebound at the Friday Wall Street open ahead of the long holiday weekend, but not nearly enough to make up for the week's losses.
The S&P; 500 rose 14 points, or 0.5%, by 9:48 AM ET (13:48 GMT), while the Dow gained 149 points, or 0.6%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite was up 56 points, or 0.7%.
Yields fell to their lowest point since 2017 for benchmark Treasuries maturing in five or more years. Three-month yields were higher than 10-year yields, a pricing anomaly known as a yield-curve inversion.
The Fed might not cut rates soon and PMI has slipped. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.11% to close at 25,490.47. The S&P 500 tumbled 1.19% to end at 2822.24, and the Nasdaq Composite has dropped 1.58% to close at 7628.28.
A new survey from the Fed found that the long economic recovery has not leveled the playing field for black, Hispanic, and less educated Americans, who may be turning to gig work for financial fortitude.
Look for the downside pressure to continue as long as the June E-mini Dow Jones Industrial Average remains under 25585. Look for the selling to pick-up steam if 25215 fails. Look for an acceleration to the downside if 24900 is taken out.
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX fell 162.74 points, or 1.00 percent, to 16,164.61. Leading the index were FirstService Corp, up 9.0 percent, Iamgold Corp, up 2.5 percent, and SSR Mining Inc, higher ...
Stocks extended their losses in afternoon trading, with tech stocks leading the way down, as Wall Street saw higher odds of a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China
Investing.com - Stocks took a beating Thursday as investors worried that a U.S.-China trade war could drag on indefinitely and sap global growth.
Terse comments from Chinese officials fanned the flames of tariff worries again, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq Composite sharply lower.