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Stocks closed higher as tech stocks climbed while Wall Street remained positive about the Federal Reserve’s plan to trim its balance sheet.
Stocks traded mostly higher on Tuesday as hope around the Trump trade was renewed among investors.
U.S. equities closed higher on Friday as concerns about Donald Trump’s presidency recede for the time being.
Technical analysts expect a shallow pullback at best, even if stocks dropped on worries about whether the Trump could implement on pro-growth proposals.
U.S. equities closed sharply lower on Wednesday as investors fretted over the latest news coming out of Washington.
U.S. equities kicked off Wednesday’s session sharply lower as investors fretted over the latest news coming out of Washington.
U.S. equities closed mixed on Tuesday as investors continued to shrug off news coming out of Washington.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite closed at record highs on Monday after a rise in tech and oil prices.
After engaging in $4.3 trillion of buybacks over the past 10 years, companies have been pulling back.
According to data compiled by Strategas, the S&P 500 has performed even better when it begins May in an uptrend since 1950.
U.S. equities rose on Monday as a weekend filled with geopolitical worries ended more calmly than investors expected.
Stocks fell after the U.S. dropped “the mother of all bombs” in Afghanistan while bank stocks dropped despite strong earnings.
The bond guru believes a global slowdown in productivity will hurt GDP growth and reveal stocks and high yield bonds as overvalued.
It looks like the S&P 500 and crude oil are starting to pay closer attention to each other.
The markets tend to follow a certain pattern before and after Tax Day.