- MarketsStock Market Today:March 27, 2017
Current Today's Change NASDAQ 5,828.74 0.00 0.00% S&P 500 2,343.98 -1.98 -0.08% DOW 20,596.72 -59.86 -0.29% Russell 2000 1,354.64 1,354.64 --NASDAQAll data as of 5:16 PM Mar 24, 2017. Delayed at least 15 minutes
- Featured CommentariesMarket Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: March 24, 2017Harvey S. Katz, Mario Ferro, and Adam Rosner | 03/24/2017Equities pressed ahead this morning, weakened in the early afternoon, before rebounding sharply late in the session, and subsequently wilting again near the close. Of note, traders were taking their cue from Washington, where politicians are currently debating the nations healthcare system. At the close of the session, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was off 60 points; the broader S&P 500 Index was down two points; and the NASDAQ was up 11 points.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: March 23, 2017Harvey S. Katz, Robert Harrington, and Adam Rosner | 03/23/2017Stocks pressed higher earlier today, but softened considerably in the afternoon on disappointing news out of Washington. At conclusion of trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down five points, while the broader S&P 500 Index was off two points, and the NASDAQ was lower by four points.StockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: NIKE, Inc. Third Quarter Fiscal 2017Erik Manning | 03/22/2017Sports footwear and apparel maker NIKE, which is also a Dow-30 member, has reported financial results for its fiscal third quarter (ended February 28th). Earnings bested both our and Wall Street's expectations by a handsome margin, but the revenue figure was a bit below consensus. Investors chose to focus on the top-line shortfall in the trading hours following the release, and the stock was down more than 6% on the news.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: March 22, 2017Harvey S. Katz, William G. Ferguson, and Robert Harrington | 03/22/2017Stocks rallied in the final hour of Wednesdays trading, with investor sentiment improving modestly compared to yesterdays widespread selloff. The indexes were a bit more buoyant throughout, save for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which spent most of the session in negative territory, with a closing loss of 7 points. But, while the S&P 500 and tech-centric NASDAQ traded in the black after initial softness in the opening hours, a bearish undertone due to persistent selling of small-cap equities held overall market breadth back.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: March 21, 2017Harvey S. Katz and Adam Rosner | 03/21/2017Stocks opened moderately higher today, but soon slipped into negative territory. Further, by the close of trading, the major averages were unable to successfully recover any ground. Specifically, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 238 points; the broader S&P 500 Index was off 29 points; and the NASDAQ was lower by 108 points.
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