Market Week October 19, 2020
Each of the benchmark indexes listed here advanced last Monday, climbing to their highest levels in more than a month.
Market Week October 12, 2020
Last Monday saw stocks start the week on a high note, with each of the indexes listed here posting notable gains.
Market Week October 5, 2020
Stocks began last week on a high note, with bank and energy stocks leading the way. European shares vaulted to heights not seen in more than three months
Market Week December 30, 2019
The holiday spirit, coupled with renewed optimism on the trade front, helped proper stocks higher last week. The tech heavy Nasdaq outperformed the other benchmark indexes listed here, crossing the 9000 plateau for the first time ever.
Market Week December 16, 2019
Positive developments finally arrived in the ongoing trade war between the United States and China. Last Friday, President Trump announced phase one of a trade deal with China.
Market Week December 9, 2019
Market performance was uneven last week, culminating in some of the benchmark indexes closing in the black while a few lost value by week's end.
Market Week December 2, 2019
The holiday-shortened week was a good one for investors as they were encouraged by the growing likelihood of "phase-one" in the resolution of the trade war between China and the United States.
Market Week November 25th, 2019
The market's run of weekly gains ended last week as each of the benchmark indexes listed here lost value.
Market Week November 18th, 2019
The large caps of the Dow and S&P 500 surged last week.
Market Week November 11th, 2019
The Dow hit a new record high last week, and each of the benchmark indexes listed here posted solid gains as investors received encouraging news on the trade front. Both the United States and China sent signals out that an initial trade agreement would be signed in the near future, marking the first phase of the trade deal between the economic giants.
Market Week November 4th, 2019
A better-than-expected jobs report and strong third-quarter earnings from some major companies drove stock prices higher fr the fourth consecutive week.