^IXIC - NASDAQ Composite

Nasdaq GIDS - Nasdaq GIDS Delayed Price. Currency in USD
6,753.73
-156.93 (-2.27%)
At close: 5:15PM EST
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Previous Close6,910.67
Open6,886.46
Volume2,313,216,255
Day's Range6,710.01 - 6,931.81
52 Week Range6,630.67 - 8,133.30
Avg. Volume2,482,295,396
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    Yahoo Finance15 hours ago

    FOMC meeting kicks off - What to expect in markets Tuesday

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  • Stocks pare losses
    Yahoo Finance22 hours ago

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  • Barrons.com44 minutes ago

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  • CNBC1 hour ago

    Danger ahead: Investor Paul Meeks warns the bottom isn't in for tech stocks

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  • CNBC1 hour ago

    Danger ahead: Investor Paul Meeks warns the bottom isn't in for tech stocks

    2019 will be a time to get back into tech "in a big way," according to long-time investor Paul Meeks

  • Barrons.com2 hours ago

    Dow Gains 93 Points Because That’s What Stocks Do After They Get Crushed

    Market technicals appear to be dictating the action, at least until the Federal Reserve takes the stage tomorrow.

  • CNBC11 hours ago

    Dow set to bounce 200 points at the open following Monday's sell-off

    U.S. futures pointed to a partial recovery for the three major stock indexes at Tuesday's open after another sharp sell-off.

  • CNBC14 hours ago

    Asian stocks decline following Wall Street slump

    Stocks in Asia were lower on Tuesday following an overnight sell-off on Wall Street sparked by concerns of a slowdown in the global economy. In an address to commemorate the 40th anniversary of China's economic reforms on Tuesday, Xi called for his country to "stay the course" on its current path of reform and emphasized that " no one is in a position to dictate to the Chinese people what should or should not be done. Xi's remarks were being closely watched as investors sought clues on whether the Chinese leader's idea of progress aligned with the West's increasingly vocal demands for less state control, which could have implications on whether the U.S. reaches a trade deal with China by the end of its 90-day tariff ceasefire.

  • Barrons.com16 hours ago

    The Dow Dives 508 Points As Markets Wait for Fed Signals

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite all slumped Monday as investors waited for signals from the Federal Reserve.

  • Why Shares of Nutanix Slumped Today
    Motley Fool17 hours ago

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    The cloud company got hit hard on a rough day for tech stocks.

  • Barrons.com18 hours ago

    Dow Drops 450 Points Because a Falling Object Needs Something to Stop Its Drop

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