All three major US stock indices fall more than one percent US stocks retreated on Thursday as investor confidence was undermined by concerns about President Donald Trump’s ability to push pro-growth reforms and news of a terrorist attack in Barcelona.
S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq advance from last week’s losses US stocks bounced back on Monday as the tension between the US and North Korea subsided following remarks by top US officials. The dollar regained most of last week’s losses:
Investors expect economic and corporate news At the end of the trading session American indices discounted a significant part of the losses The increase in political risks due to the worsening of the relations between the United States and North
The Dow index fell for the first time after the 9-day continuous growth Donald Trump’s announcement escalated political risks On Tuesday, the US stocks fell after the US President Donald Trump’s announcement concerning the DPRK. He said that the United
Stock prices rose due to good quarterly reports On Monday, all the US stock indices rose On Monday, all the US stock indices rose. The Dow Jones Industrial Average updated its historic high for the 9th time in a row.
Investors expect the data on the US labor market On Thursday, there was not a single trend in the US stock market. On Thursday, there was not a single trend in the US stock market. S&P 500 and Nasdaq slightly
The dollar index suspended the decline and continues to be traded in a narrow range near the 15-month low The Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeded the level of 22000 points On Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeded the level