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28Jun2017 Market Close: Wall Street Investors Happy Over Huge Jump In Markets Led By Financial And Tech Stocks, WTI Crude Settles Higher In The High 44 Handle

Written by Gary

The US stock markets surged to a two month, new one-day percentage gain (SPY +0.9%) as financial and tech stocks led a broad market rebound. Nasdaq soars 1.4% in biggest rally since day before U.S. election. S&P 500 rises 0.9%. Dow jumps 144 points.

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28Jun2017 Market Update: Wall Street Up Sharply, DOW Up Triple Digits, Crude Prices Climbing And The US Dollar Is Down -0.4 Percent

Written by Gary

The SP 500 and the DOW were on track for their best one-day percentage gain in about two months today (SPY +1.0%) as financial stocks led a broad rally. The Nasdaq has risen more than 1.3 percent and WTI also rose above one percent.

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28Jun2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street To Open Higher, Crude Prices Holding Ahead Of Inventory Reports, Investors Watching The Bank Stress Tests Closely, US Dollar Remains Under Pressure

Written by Gary

U.S. futures are pointing to a moderately higher opening (SPY +0.4%). Analysts are reporting that the Dow and S&P could undergo a slight bounce, but pointed to a continued decline in the Nasdaq. The Fed's bank stress tests will be released today and the results are likely to move the market.

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27Jun2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Sharply Down, DOW Off 99 Points, Nasdaq Off 1.6 Percent, Crude Rises Almost 2 Percent, Senate Delays Health-bill Vote

Written by Gary

US stock markets closed lower (SPY -0.8%) as big tech names weighed (Nasdaq sinks 1.6%) and losses steepened after a healthcare bill was delayed in the U.S. Senate. Crude prices rose nearly 2 percent and wishful thinking Yellen said there will not be another financial crisis in her life-time.

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27Jun2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street To Open Flat, Investors Are Watching Carefully Yellen's Speech And Financial Data Reports At 10 AM

Written by Gary

US stock index futures are flat and lower (SPY -0.1%) as a selloff in technology shares continues. Investors await clues on interest rate hikes from Fed Janet Yellen's speech, fluctuating crude prices and a weaker dollar.

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26Jun2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closed Near Opening, Well Off Morning Highs, DOW Up 15 Points, Durable Goods Slips Again, US Dollar Gains Strength

Written by Gary

US stock markets closed higher today (SPY +0.1%), but gains were muted by a fall in technology stocks which nudged the Nasdaq lower as investors turned to more defensive sectors. Crude prices crept higher on Monday in quiet trade that featured bargain hunting (W.T.I. 43.38).

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26Jun2017 Market Update: Wall Street Pare Gains From Morning Highs, Nasdaq In The Red, Investors Being Cautious Regarding Future Market Gains

Written by Gary

US stock markets opened moderately higher as expected, but a weak durable goods report, recovery in technology stocks and oil prices stalled sent the Nasdaq down. The large caps are fractionally higher, but are seen to be slipping into the red before this session closes.

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26Jun2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street To Open Higher, Durable Goods Slip, Crude Prices Rise And Investors Flee Gold

Written by Gary

US stock index futures are higher (SPY +0.3%) and the markets are expected to open moderately higher although 'Durable Goods' came in lower than expected. Crude prices have rebounded +0.6% and gold has slipped over 1.2%.

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23Jun2017 Market Close: Wall Street Finishes Off The Week With A Gain, DOW Down 3 Points, Other Major Indexes Close Up Modestly, OPEC Cuts Failed To Cut Global Glut

Written by Gary

US stocks rose modestly today (SPY +0.1%), with the Nasdaq (+0.5%) set to post its first weekly gain in three weeks, helped by strength in technology stocks, while energy shares rebounded as crude prices rose with a lift from a weaker dollar.

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