U.S. stock indexes turned in mixed results today as the Nasdaq was positive while the Dow and S&P 500 drifted lower with oil prices.
U.S. stock prices ended higher today as information technology sector stocks advanced after losses last week.
U.S. stock prices generally ended mixed today as Amazon Inc.’s announcement that it would acquire Whole Foods Markets pressured prices for consumer staples stocks.
The Federal Open Market Committee begins two days of policy-setting meetings tomorrow and U.S. stocks fell today with extended declines in the information technology sector.
Closing out a busy week, U.S. stocks declined from record highs during Friday’s trading session with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq reversing to losses for the day, which analysts attributed to profit-taking in the information technology sector.
Stocks ended the day lower as investors appeared to pause before several events scheduled to occur later this week.
Stocks ended the day and the week higher.
Stocks ended the day near breakeven and the week higher.
Stocks ended the day higher. The Dow added 70 points, with 21 of its 30 components advancing; the S&P 500 Index rose 10 points; and the Nasdaq gained 42 points.