Stock market today: Wall Street hits 2023 high as it mulls whether economy is too warm or just right
Wall Street climbed to its highest level in 20 months following a stronger-than-expected report on the U.S. job market.
Stocks pushed higher on Wall Street, leaving the market with its sixth weekly gain in a row. Thatâ€™s the longest such winning streak in four years.
Wall Street closed higher following its first three-day losing streak since Halloween. The S&P 500 rose 0.8% Thursday and continued to hang near its highest level since March 2022.
Most stocks slipped on Wall Street, but the market hung near its highest level in 20 months following a mixed set of reports on the economy.
Stocks slipped on Wall Street ahead of some key reports this week on the job market that might provide more insight into the Federal Reserveâ€™s thinking about interest rates.
Stocks gained ground on Wall Street as the market comes off its best month in more than a year. The S&P 500 rose 0.6% Friday, marking its fifth straight week of gains.
Stocks ended mostly higher on Wall Street and closed out November with big gains. The S&P 500 rose 0.4% Thursday.
Asian shares have slipped after Wall Street closed out its best month of the year with big gains in November. U.S. futures rose while oil prices dropped.
Stocks drifted to a mixed close on Wall Street as drops in several Big Tech companies offset gains in other parts of the market.
Stocks that are trading heavily or have substantial price changes Wednesday: General Motors, NetApp rise; Petco, Hormel Foods fall.
BANGKOK (Âé¶¹´«Ã½app) â€” Asian shares were mostly higher Thursday ahead of an update on U.S. consumer inflation and a meeting of oil producers in Vienna.
Asian shares are mixed after a strong report on U.S. consumer confidence and hopes the Federal Reserve is finished with its aggressive interest rate hikes sent shares higher on Wall Street.
Stocks edged lower on Wall Street as markets look ahead to updates on inflation and how American consumers are feeling about the economy. The S&P 500 fell 0.2% Monday.
Shares are mixed in Asia after Wall Street benchmarks edged lower as investors looked ahead to updates on inflation and how American consumers are feeling about the economy.
Stocks closed mixed Friday after a half-day trading session capped a holiday shortened week. The S&P 500 inched up 0.1% after wavering between small gains and losses much of the day.
Stocks drifted to a mixed finish after a half-day trading session capped a holiday shortened week that left the major indexes with their fourth straight winning week.
Shares are mixed in Europe and Asia after a modest advance on Wall Street that kept the market on track for a fourth straight weekly gain.
Stocks closed higher on Wall Street, keeping the market on track for a fourth straight weekly gain. The S&P 500 rose 0.4% Wednesday, the Dow added 184 points, and the Nasdaq composite rose 0.5%.
Shares are mostly lower in Asia after a modest advance on Wall Street that kept the market on track for a fourth straight weekly gain.
Wall Street drifted to a lower close following a strong rally that had vaulted it to its highest level since the start of August.
Shares are mostly lower in Asia after Wall Streetâ€™s rally ran out of momentum. Tokyo and Mumbai advanced while most other major markets declined.
Asian shares are mostly higher after a rally on Wall Street led by gains in Microsoft after it announced it was hiring Sam Altman, former CEO of OpenAI, the ChatGPT maker.
Wall Street edged higher in quiet trading, closing out a third straight winning week and keeping November on track to be its biggest month of the year.
Wall Street edged higher in quiet trading, closing out a third straight winning week and keeping November on track to be its best month in a year.
Stocks drifted to a mixed close as momentum stalled following Wall Streetâ€™s hot first half of November. The S&P 500 rose 0.1% Thursday.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Thursday: Walmart, Cisco Systems fall; Macyâ€™s Williams-Sonoma rise.
Stock market today: Asian stocks pulled lower by profit warnings and signs the US economy is slowing
Asian stocks are mostly lower after Wall Street drifted to a mixed finish as momentum slowed following a strong rally in the first half of November.
Wall Street added a bit more to its big rally from a day before and to its gains so far for November. The S&P 500 rose 0.2% Wednesday.
Asian shares have retreated after Wall Street added a bit more to its big rally from a day before. Oil prices and U.S. futures also were lower.
Wall Street surged after a report on U.S. inflation sent waves of relief through markets. The S&P 500 jumped 1.9% to a two-month high Tuesday, one of is best days of the year.
Asian shares are mostly higher, cheered by a rally on Wall Street that was one of the best days of the year following a surprisingly encouraging report on inflation.