Most of Wall Street slipped Tuesday after reports showed that employers advertised far fewer job openings at the end of October than expected, while growth for services businesses accelerated more last month than expected.
Wall Street lost ground Monday ahead of key reports on the job market. Treasury yields rose broadly, putting some pressure on stocks. The yield on the 10-year Treasury, which influences mortgage rates, climbed to 4.25% from 4.21% late Friday.
Wall Street gained ground Friday following its best month in more than a year. The latest gains followed the market’s best month in more than a year. Growing expectations on Wall Street that the Federal Reserve may cut interest rates a soon as early next year have put investors in a buying mood.
Wall Street closed out its best month in more than a year on Thursday. The market marched steadily higher for much of November as investors grew hopeful that the Federal Reserve is finally done raising interest rates, which fight inflation by slowing the economy. Those hopes got more support with a report that the Fed’s preferred measure of inflation cooled last month.
Wall Street drifted to a mixed close Wednesday, weighed down by Big Tech. Facebook parent company Meta fell 2%, Google’s parent company Alphabet gave up 1.6% and Microsoft dropped 1%.
Wall Street drifted to a mostly higher close Tuesday and Treasury yields fell. Gains in technology stocks, retailers and other sectors helped temper declines elsewhere in the market.
Wall Street edged lower Monday as a four-week winning streak cooled off. Health care, communication services and industrial stocks were among the biggest drags on the market.
Wall Street ended higher Wednesday ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S.
Wall Street drifted lower Tuesday in a rare stumble following its big rally. Retailers were mixed after several reported their earnings for the latest quarter and, more importantly, their forecasts for the upcoming holiday shopping season.
Wall Street rose Monday to its best level since the start of August. Microsoft was the strongest force pushing the market higher, and it rose 2.1% after saying it’s bringing on Sam Altman for a new venture following his sudden dismissal as CEO of OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT.
Wall Street closed its third straight winning week Friday with a tiny gain. Several retailers made strong gains after reporting better results for the latest quarter than analysts expected.
Wall Street drifted Thursday amid worries about profits and hopes for a just-right economy.
Wall Street added some more on Wednesday to its stellar week and November so far. Target helped lead the market with a 17.8% jump after it reported much stronger profit for the latest quarter than analysts expected.
Wall Street soared Tuesday as cooling inflation raised hopes for an end to rate hikes.
Wall Street drifted ahead of reports on inflation and big retailers’ profits.
Wall Street fell Thursday after the bond market cranked up the pressure again.
Wall Street inched up Wednesday to extend its winning streak to 8 days as oil fell again.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks ticked higher Tuesday as Wall Street continues to absorb the big swings that have shaken financial markets recently. The S&P 500 rose 12.40 points, […]
Wall Street drifted to a mixed and quiet finish Monday following last week’s big swings.
Wall Street closed its best week of the year on Friday with even more gains. Stocks surged through the week on rising hopes the Federal Reserve is finally done with its market-crunching hikes to interest rates, meant to get inflation under control.
Wall Street leaped toward its best week of 2023 Thursday on hopes for a halt to rate hikes.
Wall Street rallied Wednesday on hopes that the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes are done.
Wall Street rose Tuesday to soften the blow of its third straight losing month. Most stocks ended up climbing after indexes swayed between small gains and losses through the morning, and more than 80% of the stocks in the S&P 500 strengthened.
Wall Street recovered some losses Monday after falling 10% below its summertime high.
More drops for Big Tech pulled Wall Street nearly 10% below its summertime high on Thursday. Meta Platforms was among the market’s heaviest weights and tumbled 3.7% even though the parent company of Facebook and Instagram reported fatter profit and revenue for the summer than analysts expected.
Another sharp drop on Wednesday dumped Wall Street back to where it was in May. Some of the heaviest losses hit Big Tech stocks.
Wall Street rose Tuesday after corporate profits topped forecasts and oil prices sunk more.
Wall Street swung to a mixed finish Monday as yields veered in the bond market.
Wall Street’s worst week in a month closed out Friday with more losses.
Wall Street fell Thursday after 10-year yields climb to the cusp of 5%. Stocks felt pressure from the bond market, where rapidly rising yields have been squeezing Wall Street since the summer.
Wall Street dropped Wednesday following profit reports, and oil prices jumped on war worries.
Wall Street drifted and yields rose Tuesday as U.S. shoppers show they’re still spending.
Wall Street rose Monday, and oil and gold fell as some of last week’s moves unwind.
Wall Street struggled Friday as war worries collided with hope for stronger profits.
Wall Street fell Thursday as the vise tightened from rising yields in the bond market.
Wall Street ticked higher after the first of two big updates on inflation this week.
Wall Street rose Tuesday as pressure relaxed from the bond market. It was the first opportunity for yields to move since the weekend’s surprise attack by Hamas on Israel injected caution into global markets.
Oil prices climbed Monday following the latest Gaza war, but stocks rise with rate hopes.
Wall Street edged lower Thursday ahead of a highly anticipated jobs report.
Wall Street rose Wednesday after getting some relief from the bond market and oil prices.