- MarketsStock Market Today:November 19, 2017
Current Today's Change NASDAQ 6,782.79 -10.50 -0.15% S&P 500 2,578.85 -6.79 -0.26% DOW 23,358.24 -100.12 -0.43% Russell 2000 1,492.82 5.94 0.40%NASDAQAll data as of 5:15 PM Nov 17, 2017. Delayed at least 15 minutes
- Featured CommentariesMarket Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: November 17, 2017Harvey S. Katz, CFA, Adam Rosner, and Robert Harrington | 11/17/2017Though lingering concern about tax reform led to a mostly negative day for the large-cap indexes, market breadth favored the bulls on Friday. The Russell 2000 added roughly 7 points during the session, while advancing shares outnumbered declining issues by a 1.8to-1.0 margin. Strength was found mostly in the cyclical consumer goods, basic materials, and energy sectors, which helped to offset selling in the utility and noncyclical sectors.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: November 16, 2017Harvey S. Katz, CFA and Adam Rosner | 11/16/2017The stock market moved strongly higher this morning, and managed to maintain these gains through the afternoon. Of note, a batch of solid corporate profit reports likely helped fuel todays advance. At the end of trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 187 points; the broader S&P 500 Index was ahead 21 points; and the NASDAQ was higher by 87 points.StockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: Wal-Mart Stores Fiscal Third Quarter 2017Kevin Downing | 11/16/2017Shares of Wal-Mart (WMT) gain following the release of the companys fiscal third-quarter results and guidance.StockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: Cisco Systems First Quarter Fiscal 2018Kevin Downing | 11/16/2017Networking equipment and software vendor Cisco Systems (CSCO) has reported in-line results for the October-quarter. Revenue of $12.1 billion fell 2% year over year, matching our estimate. Overall, product sales decreased 3%, while service revenue rose 1%. Earnings per share of $0.61 were flat compared to last year and beat our call by a penny.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: November 15, 2017Harvey S. Katz, CFA, Robert Mitkowski, and Robert Harrington | 11/15/2017U.S. equities struggled on Wednesday, with declining shares outnumbering advancing issues from bell to bell. The bull market continues to face some turbulence as a decline in oil prices and ongoing uncertainty regarding tax reform conspired to bring the large-cap indexes lower during the session. There were notable selloffs in the non-cyclical consumer goods, energy, technology, and utilities sectors, while only telecommunications stocks were able to muster a meaningful aggregate advance.
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