Stocks ended slightly lower on Wall Street, narrowly missing a fourth record high close this week for the Nasdaq composite index, the AP reports. Phone companies fell the most Friday. Verizon sank 1.6%. Magazine publisher Time Inc. plunged 17% after saying it decided not to pursue a sale of...
Indices S&P 500 2, 384.71 +1.54 % DJIA 20, 940.0 +1.94 % NASDAQ 6,046.23 +2.37 % Russell 2000 1, 403.24 +1.74 % S&P 500 High Beta 3 7.13 +.92 % Goldman 50 Most Shorted 1 26.23 +2.68% Wilshire 5000 2 4,740.90 +1.51 % Russell 1000 Growth...Show More Summary
Despite the ebulience of analysts over Amazon and Alphabet (and Microsoft), it seems the 'have-nots' are weighing the Nasdaq down. From record highs at the gap open, the Nasdaq Composite has drifted back to unch... The Haves... Are losing to the Have-Nots...
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Market appears to me to be getting frothy. While major indexes are moving higher, they conceal the fact that only only 40% of US stocks (70% of Nasdaq 100 stocks) rose on Thursday, most troops are not following the leaders. With end of month and earnings season coming, I expect weakness near term. QQQ may... Read more
Despite yesterday's whopping beats by Amazon and Google which sent the Nasdaq to new record highs after hours, and brought Jeff Bezos "this close" to overtaking Bill Gates as the world's richest man, this morning futures S&P futuresShow More Summary
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., April 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Liberty Tax, Inc. (NASDAQ:TAX) (the “Company”), parent company of Liberty Tax Service, announced today that for the 2017 tax season, from January 1 through April 21, the number of returns prepared in its U.S. Show More Summary
This week's topics include: The truth about tax cuts: Do they spur economic growth? Nasdaq crossed 6,000 this week. A look at what the markets say about the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Nathan Myhrvold, prominent technologist...Show More Summary
US stock indexes ended mostly higher on Wall Street, enough to mark another record high close for the Nasdaq composite, the AP reports. Major indexes spent most of the day wavering between small gains and losses Thursday, then wound up with modest gains. Energy companies slumped along with the price...
Stocks finished Thursday little changed as the Trump administration creeps closer to the psychologically important 100 day mark on Saturday. The Dow and S&P 500 held flat, while the Nasdaq climbed a bit into the green. First up, theShow More Summary
Pulling the Nasdaq in Their Wake Stocks with the heaviest index weightings accounted for most of the gains The Nasdaq Composite Index, which contains some of the biggest names in tech, hit a milestone this week, crossing 6,000 for...Show More Summary
U.S. stock markets are hitting new highs this week. The Nasdaq Composite index broke through the psychologically important level of 6,000 points while the small cap index Russell 2000 broke above 1400 points. The Dow Jones index briefly touched 21,000 points, and the S&P 500 was inches
Canadian Solar is a small cap clean energy stock trading on the Nasdaq. It has a market cap of $800M. The stock closed today 0.07% higher. In April 2017, though it went up 15%. The company offers photovoltaic energy solutions across the globe. Interestingly, the
Stocks closed little changed on Wednesday, during which we also saw the unveiling of the White House's new tax plan. The Dow and the S&P 500 dipped into the red, while the Nasdaq just barely stayed in the green. First up, the scoreboard: Dow:...Show More Summary
Just five of the more than 2,500 companies in the Nasdaq Composite Index are largely responsible for Tuesday’s first-ever close above 6,000. The big five are Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc., Google’s owner. Together they accounted for about 45 percent of the Nasdaq’s rise from 5,500, reached on Jan. Show More Summary
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime continues to grow in the United States. In fact, according to data from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), membership to the program that costs $99 a year or $10.99 a month has doubled in the United States over the last two years. Show More Summary
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The Nasdaq Composite (COMPQX, IXIC) topped 6,000 today, a record high for the tech-heavy index. Here is an updated monthly chart (click below) of the Nasdaq from 1999 - 2017. You'll note that the prior dot com bubble peak of 5,132 in March 2000 was not topped until mid-2015. Show More Summary
Stocks closed higher on Wall Street after several big companies reported solid earnings, the AP reports. The gains Tuesday were enough to send the Nasdaq composite index above 6,000 points for the first time. Materials and energy companies rose more than the rest of the market. Caterpillar rose 7....