From Yun Li:
From Yun Li:
From Bob Pisani:
From Emily McCormick: U.S. stocks were mixed by the end of Tuesday’s session, with the Dow in the red as declines in shares of Boeing pressured the index.
From Emily McCormick: U.S. stocks rose and the Dow (^DJI) shook off earlier declines after a drop in shares of aerospace giant Boeing (BA) weighed on the index. Stronger-than-expected retail sales figures for January helped buoy confidence among market participants.
From Richard Turnill:
From Frank Holmes: The current stock bull market, already the longest in U.S. history, turns 10 years old this month. It’s been a phenomenally profitable time to participate, especially if you’ve stuck to an investment strategy that favors dividend-paying stocks.
From Emily McCormick: Following the market rout in the fourth quarter of 2018, the S&P 500 (^GSPC) had its best two-month start to the year since 1991. Unfortunately, data suggests that many investors have missed out on the rally.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell sharply, with the S&P 500 rejected once again at a key chart level and many investors saying a trade deal with China is fully baked into the market.
From Shreyashi Sanyal: March 1 (Reuters) – The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Friday after three days of losses, lifted by optimism on trade and upbeat economic data from China, but gains were capped by downbeat U.S. manufacturing and consumer reports.
From Emily McCormick: U.S. stocks rose as optimism for an improving Chinese economy helped cut through global growth concerns.
From Jeff Cox:
From Patti Domm:
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Wednesday as investors grappled with key testimonies on U.S.-China trade relations, Federal Reserve monetary policy as well as a host of geopolitical issues.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks rose on Monday after President Donald Trump said he would delay placing additional tariffs on Chinese goods. Equities also got a boost from dealmaking activity.