U.S. markets closed higher as investors mulled over Federal Reserve comments that indicated the Central Bank would reduce its monthly bond purchases and that interest rate increases may follow more quickly than expected in 2022. In New York, the Dow Jones gained 338.48 points to 34,258.32, the S&P 500 added 41.45 points to 4,395.64 and
U.S stock markets moved mostly higher today, boosted by gains in technology shares and positive sentiment around President Joe Biden’s forthcoming massive $3 trillion-$4 trillion infrastructure plan. In New York, the Dow Jones lost 85.41 points to 32,981.55, the S&P 500 moved up 14.34 points to 3,972.89, while the Nasdaq added 201.48 points to 13,246.87.
U.S. stocks closed lower today as investors extended a pull back from technology shares. In New York, the Dow Jones lost 3.09 points to 32,420.06 erasing a 360-point gain earlier in the day. Energy had powered markets higher for much of the day as a cargo ship blockage in the Suez Canal caused the price
U.S. stocks moved further into record territories after U.S. Feds signaled no interest rate hikes through 2023. In New York, the Dow Jones gained 189.42 points to establish a new record of 33,015.37, the S&P 500 added 11.41 points to a record close of 3,974.12, while the Nasdaq increased 53.63 points to 13,525.20. Canada’s main
U.S. equities advanced further today as the rotation into value stocks continued following a weak inflation report. In New York, the Dow Jones gained a solid 464.28 to 32,297.02, the S&P 500 rose 23.37 to 3,898.81, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq closed 4.99 lower at 13,068.83. Canada’s main stock index hit a new all-time high following
U.S. stocks declined lower today, extending losses from a day earlier as investors cautiously weighed signs of post-pandemic optimism against economic overheating concerns. In New York, the Dow Jones, the one bright spot, once again established another high, moving up 90.27 to 31,613.02, while the S&P 500 edged 1.26 lower to 3,931.33 and the tech-heavy