“Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.” That’s a standard warning on cars’ side-view mirrors.
“Don’t take it serious, it’s too mysterious.” –Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries, lyrics by Lew Brown
“Prophecy is the most gratuitous form of error.” –George Eliot
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.
With Britain holding a snap election and former FBI director James Comey publicly testifying before Congress, stocks had to battle significant political uncertainty during the session, ultimately closing modestly higher for the day.
Stocks ended the session with gains, as investors eyed three events slated for tomorrow: Britain’s general election, the European Central Bank’s policy meeting, and former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate testimony.
“Expect the worst, you’ll never be disappointed.” –Sarah Dessen
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 lower, weighed by financial and energy shares.