- Markets & IndustriesStock Market Today:February 10, 2016
Current Today's Change NASDAQ 4,332.85 64.09 1.50% S&P 500 1,867.26 15.05 0.81% DOW 16,063.79 49.41 0.31% Russell 2000 973.95 10.06 1.04%NASDAQAll data as of 2:36 PM Feb 10, 2016. Delayed at least 15 minutes
- Featured CommentariesStockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: The Walt Disney Company First Quarter Fiscal 2016Orly Seidman | 02/10/2016Investors' concerns about subscriber trends and rising costs at ESPN overshadowed an incredible performance by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Disney shares fell notably to a 52-week low following the media conglomerates December-period earnings release.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 10, 2016Harvey S. Katz, William G. Ferguson | 02/10/2016On the heels of two bearish days on Wall Street to start the trading week, the major U.S. equity indexes started the session nicely to the upside, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average racing out to a more than 150-point gain at its intra-day peak. The initial sharp move higher was driven by testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen (more below) and, to a lesser extent, a modest recovery in oil prices.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 9, 2016Harvey S. Katz and Adam Rosner | 02/09/2016The stock market put in a choppy performance today, and ultimately all of the major averages closed in negative territory. At the end of the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 13 points; the broader S&P 500 Index was off one point; and the technology-heavy NASDAQ was lower by 15 points.StockHighlightsDow 30 Earnings: Coca-Cola Fourth Quarter 2015Robert M. Greene | 02/09/2016Beverage giant Coca-Cola delivered an in-line performance in the fourth quarter, with results slightly lower versus the prior-year period. Shares were up modestly following the release.Market Daily UpdatesStock Market Today: February 8, 2016William G. Ferguson and Adam Rosner | 02/08/2016Equities opened lower this morning, weakened further in the afternoon with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling by more than 400 points at its intra-day nadir, but managed to recover considerably, as bargain hunters stepped in during the final hour of the session. At the close of trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 178 points; the S&P 500 Index was off 27 points; and the technology-heavy NASDAQ surrendered 79 points.
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