- MarketsStock Market Today:February 26, 2017
Current Today's Change NASDAQ 5,845.31 9.80 0.17% S&P 500 2,367.34 3.53 0.15% DOW 20,821.76 11.44 0.05% Russell 2000 1,394.52 1,394.52 --NASDAQAll data as of 5:16 PM Feb 24, 2017. Delayed at least 15 minutes
- Featured CommentariesMarket Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 24, 2017Harvey S. Katz, Robert Harrington, and William G. Ferguson | 02/24/2017The final day of the holiday-shortened trading week was a directionless one for Wall Street. With the major U.S. equity indexes either at or near record highs in recent days, todays trading session saw some early selective profit taking, though the selling was always well contained, and left the door open for a partial late-day rally, which took place in the final hour. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the NASDAQ, and the broader S&P 500 Index, which were all lower for most of the session, were able to rally into positive territory, albeit just modestly.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 23, 2017Harvey S. Katz, Mario Ferro, and Robert Harrington | 02/23/2017Thursdays market breadth was roughly even, with widespread selling amongst mid- and small-cap equities offsetting an afternoon rally principally by the Dow Jones Industrial Average. After solid openings, and subsequent pullbacks into the red, the Dow and, to a lesser degree, the S&P 500 strengthened as the day wore on. The former added 35 points on its way to setting yet another all-time closing high, while the latter salvaged a modest gain by the closing bell. The NASDAQ, meanwhile, was unable to turn its fortunes around, and saw the end of its fifteen-day streak of gains.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 22, 2017Harvey S. Katz, William G. Ferguson, and Robert Mitkowski | 02/22/2017It was harder to find buyers on Wall Street today as stocks broadly fell, although the Dow Jones Industrial Average was an exception, turning in a modest 33-point gain. Elsewhere, though, the tone was tilted to the downside, with the NASDAQ easing five points and the broader S&P 500 pulling back a few points. The markets tone was perhaps most evident in the poor advance-decline lines apparent on both the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ, where losers topped winners by respective 4-to-3 and 3-to-2 margins.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 21, 2017Harvey S. Katz and Robert Harrington | 02/21/2017The major U.S. indexes climbed to record highs on Tuesday, the first day of the holiday-shortened trading week. A mostly positive earnings season and improving economic data have buoyed this latest chapter of the Trump rally, which assumes the Presidents business-friendly initiatives will lead to greater prosperity in the corporate world. The S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and NASDAQ each set new high water marks a little over an hour into trading, and while the gains were slightly reduced around lunchtime in New York, all three regained some momentum as the closing bell neared.StockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: The Home Depot Fiscal Fourth Quarter 2016Matthew E. Spencer | 02/21/2017Shares of The Home Depot (HD) were little changed after the world's largest home-improvement retailer announced fiscal fourth-quarter (ended January 29th) results, updated its outlook, and increased its shareholder return initiatives.
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