|Min-Max giorno||10.194,10 - 10.310,40|
|Intervallo di 52 settimane||6.631,42 - 10.310,40|
Situazione in miglioramento nel mercato del lavoro statunitense, crescono i posti di lavoro non agricoli, ma dato sotto le attese. Situazione record per quanto riguarda la pandemia, il primo Luglio sono ...
The direction of the September E-mini Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to 25938.
Stocks ended a volatile session on Thursday with solid gains as investors cheered regulation rollbacks for the big banks.
The direction of the June E-mini NASDAQ-100 Index the rest of the session on Thursday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to 9863.50.
Shares of ZoomInfo (ZI) surged more than 70% on its market debut on the Nasdaq on Thursday, the first technology IPO since the global pandemic.
The near-term direction of the June E-mini NASDAQ-100 Index is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the all-time high at 9780.50.
Our preliminary analysis indicates the tone of the market on Wednesday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to 9647.75.
The main trend is up, but momentum is trending lower with the formation of the closing price reversal top on Thursday and its confirmation on Friday.
The base for the rally was created by Powell after he suggested the Fed and the government are not out of ammo to get this economy on the road to recovery.
Last week, the NASDAQ turned higher for the year, while the Dow is still struggling at 50% of the entire break from its all-time high. The price action reflects the way investors are viewing the “new” economy after the coronavirus pandemic.
The NASDAQ Composite is trading higher for the year because it is primarily technology-based, the sector that appears to be immune from the impact of the coronavirus. Meanwhile, energy and airlines have been a huge drag on the S&P; 500 and the Dow.
Trump said he was “watching closely” whether China would meet its commitments to increase U.S. goods purchases under the trade deal.
Trump threatened new tariffs on Beijing as his administration crafts retaliatory measures over the origin of the pandemic. Amazon saw its shares tumble 4.8% in after-hours trading after announcing plans to spend all its second-quarter profits on its coronavirus response.
Analysts expect first-quarter S&P; 500 earnings to have fallen 15% from last year, a dramatic reversal from the 6.3% year-on-year growth forecast at the start of the year, according to Refinitiv data.
On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $484 billion relief bill to boost small businesses and hospitals, helping to boost investor sentiment, as Washington plans the next steps in its unprecedented attempt to rescue an economy and health-care system bludgeoned by the pandemic.
The economic numbers are bad, but the action in the stock market suggests investors feel they are a temporary setback, given the national effort to combat-head-on the health crisis through aggressive social distancing.