U.S. stocks closed higher in response to the July consumer price inflation report, which came in cooler than expected.
U.S. stocks ended the day lower as the markets awaited tomorrow's start of a flood of July inflation data.
U.S. stocks closed mixed as the markets appeared cautious ahead of a flood of July inflation data over the course of the next few days.
U.S. stocks finished mixed to close out the week amid a host of earnings and economic data, including the highly anticipated July nonfarm payroll report that came in much stronger than expected.
U.S. equities finished mixed on the heels of yesterday's strong advance that was aided by upbeat economic and earnings data, as caution appeared to have set in ahead of tomorrow's key July labor report.
U.S. equities finished mixed in choppy trading amid a host of data, events and cautious Fedspeak driving sentiment.
U.S. stocks finished lower on the first trading day of August after July's sharp rally, which was the S&P 500’s strongest monthly gain since late 2020, as the markets digested light earnings news and some economic data.
U.S. stocks ended the day higher in the final trading session of July, marking the best monthly gain for the S&P 500 since August of 2020.
U.S. stocks ended the day in the green after bouncing back from an initial dip in early market trading following yesterday's sharp rally that intensified on the heels of yesterday's Fed decision to hike rates by 75 basis points (bps) for the second-straight meeting.
U.S. equities finished higher as the Street appeared to react positively to the Fed's decision to up the target for it benchmark interest rate, a move that was widely expected.
U.S. equities ended the day lower following a host of soft data and as earnings season kicked into high gear.
U.S. equities finished mixed as the markets awaited a busy week of earnings, economic data, and events.
U.S. stocks closed the day lower as they limped across the finish line; however, were still able to post a sharp weekly advance.
U.S. stocks battled back from early weakness and finished higher.
U.S. equities were able to continue yesterday's momentum in today's session to finish higher amid a heat-up in Q2 earnings season.
U.S. equities rallied in today's session, with the bulls showing their strength in their ability to sustain the gains after failing to do so yesterday.
Early gains for U.S. equities evaporated and the major indexes finished lower following an afternoon Bloomberg report that Apple plans to slow hiring and curb spending in some units next year.
U.S. equities rallied heading into the weekend, but the bounce wasn't enough to keep the major indexes out of negative territory for the week.
U.S. equities finished mixed as the markets sifted through softer-than-expected earnings results from Dow member JPMorgan Chase & Co and Morgan Stanley as Q2 season begins to get moving.
U.S. equities were lower, albeit off the worst levels of the day, in the wake of the highly anticipated June consumer price inflation report that came in hotter than expected and notched a fresh 41-year high.
U.S. equities tumbled in the final hours of trading, as investors appeared overly cautious ahead of tomorrow's key read on consumer prices.
U.S. equities began the new week lower, which is poised to bring some key June inflation data and the start of Q2 earnings season.
After a choppy trading session to close out the week, U.S. equities finished mixed and very near where they began the day, with the S&P 500 ending its winning streak, but the Nasdaq adding to is run.
U.S. equities finished higher, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq posting a fourth-straight session of gains, as the markets continued to show some resiliency in the face of global recession concerns amid tightening monetary policies globally.