- Featured CommentariesMarket Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: August 9, 2022Mario Ferro | 08/09/2022
The major U.S. stock indexes started the week on a mixed note. Economic and earnings news may influence traders, however we believe the Federal Reserve’s policy, will likely hold the most sway in the near future. As we look toward a new day, U.S. stock futures are pointing to a slightly negative open.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: August 8, 2022Adam Rosner | 08/08/2022
The U.S. stock market is poised for a positive opening today, as traders look ahead to a new week on Wall Street. Overseas, the markets in Europe have been putting in a constructive session.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: August 5, 2022David M. Reimer | 08/05/2022
Early this morning, stock futures were pointing to a negative opening. The U.S. Labor Department released strong nonfarm payroll additions of 528,000 for the month of July, which was well above the economists’ consensus of 258,000 and the revised prior-month level of 398,000. Domestic unemployment ticked down slightly to 3.5%. Labor participation declined modestly to 62.1%. Average hourly earnings expanded by a favorable 0.5%, month to month. The labor market remains healthy, with job openings substantially outnumbering people seeking work.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: August 4, 2022David M. Reimer | 08/04/2022
Stock futures suggest another positive performance for the major market indexes today. Investors will probably continue to parse through economic news and the latest batch of earnings reports in the next few days. Wall Street pundits are now debating whether we are experiencing a bear market rally or the beginning of a sustained recovery.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: August 3, 2022John E. Seibert III | 08/03/2022
The stock market put in a weak session yesterday. Overall, the S&P 500 fell 27 points, the NASDAQ was off 20 points, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 402 points. But, the equity futures are pointing to a stronger start when trading resumes.