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Open: 8,188.12
Close: 8,104.30
8,101.98 Day Low/High 8,194.62
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6,190.16 52 Week Low/High 8,339.64

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Overview

Key Data

  • Open 8,188.12
  • Day Range 8,101.98 - 8,194.62
  • 52 Week Range 6,190.16 - 8,339.64

Performance

5 Day
  • -0.54%
1 Month
  • 1.38%
3 Month
  • -1.78%
YTD
  • 22.14%
1 Year
  • 8.96%

Recent News

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The Dow Slipped 40 Points Because Brexit Is Like a Bad BBC Soap Opera

All three major stock indexes closed in the red on Tuesday. There was good and bad news for supporters of both Brexit and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. U.S. existing-home sales fell in September, while crude oil futures rose.

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Texas Instruments stock drops after weak outlook, drags on chip sector after hours

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Stock market ends lower as new social-media bill and Brexit weigh

Travelers, McDonald's stocks exact 150--point toll on Dow as broader stock market ends lower amid political clouds

U.S. stock indexes skidded lower into Tuesday's close, amid negative headlines on Brexit and reports related to President Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed nearly 40 points, or 0.2%, lower at 26,788, with a post-earnings skid for shares of Travelers Cos. Inc. , off $11.76, or 8.3%, and McDonald's Corp. , down $10.58, or 5%, combining to deliver a 151-put headwind to the blue-chip index. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 index closed down 0.4% at 2,996, slipping below a psychologically significant level at 3,000, while the Nasdaq Composite Index finished 0.7% lower at 8,104. All closing levels are on a preliminary basis. The Wall Street Journal and others reported that U.S. diplomat Kurt Volker told the Ukrainian president he needed to convince Trump he was willing to investigate corruption and alleged Ukrainian 2016 election interference against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, said the paper, citing people familiar with the former envoy's recent testimony to Congress. The disclosures may intensify the Congressional investigation into allegations that Trump withheld federal funds in exchange for a probe into a political rival. Separately, investors focused on on Brexit after U.K. lawmakers endorsed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to leave the EU but voted against a fast-track plan that would have seen the country leave the trade bloc by Oct. 31, increasing some uncertainty around Brexit.

British pound falls 0.7% against the dollar as Johnson loses vote to fast-track Brexit plan

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to exit from the European Union appeared less certain on Tuesday, with the British leader losing a vote to fast-track his plan to abandon the European Union by Oct. 31. Johnson lost a program vote to leave the trade bloc 308-322, but won an earlier vote "in principle" for his Brexit plan 329-299. Johnson is expected to go to the European Commission soon to seek an extension but didn't immediately call a snap election as had been feared by some. Johnson had also threatened to pull his plan, which threatened the U.K. crashing out of the EU. The votes on Tuesday come a day after Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow refused to allow a "straight up-and-down" vote on Brexit because lawmakers voted to delay approving the the vote on Saturday, and parliamentary rules bar the same measure from being considered a second time during a session of parliament unless something has changed. Sterling fell 0.7% against the U.S. dollar, last changing hands at $1.2865 on Tuesday, according to FactSet data. Meanwhile, the FTSE 100 finished the session before the votes up 0.7%. "Traders pushed the sterling on the back of the first vote and then traders quickly took the profit off the table as the second vote came in," wrote Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at ThinkMarkets U.K., in a Tuesday research note.

Earnings Season Racks Up More Winners and Losers

The three major U.S. stock market indexes were mixed after existing-home sales fell in September.

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Bull ‘trend’ intact, S&P 500 inches toward record territory

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Bull ‘trend’ intact, S&P 500 inches toward record territory

Reports of problems accessing Twitter's microblogging site jump Tuesday morning

Social-media site Twitter Inc. was briefly down Tuesday morning and its shares also were sliding, as users attempting to access the platform were confronting difficulties. There were some 15,700 reports of problems getting on to Twitter after 10 a.m. Eastern Time, according to site-tracker Downdetector.com. Twitter appeared to be running normally, however, as of 10:30 a.m. A digital map on that tracking site indicated Twitter outages had been reported along the Northeast of the U.S. and in parts of Europe. Shares of Twitter were down 1.9% Tuesday late-morning but have gained 37% so far in 2019.

Dow turns negative to trade at 26,825

Dow Jones Industrial Average up 20 points

S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Index up 0.2%

Stocks pare gains after existing home sales

U.S. existing home sales drop 2.2% to 5.38 million rate in September

McDonald's,Travelers stocks exact a roughly 120-point toll on the Dow

Stocks trade mixed at market open as third-quarter earnings pour in

U.S. stocks mostly edged higher at the start of trade Tuesday as investors parsed a bevy of third-quarter earnings reports and continued to monitor developments in U.S.-China trade negotiations. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 5 points, or less than 0.1% to 26,824, the S&P 500 index added roughly 3 points, or 0.1% to 3,009 and the Nasdaq Composite index advanced 22 points, or 0.3% to about 8,186. The Dow's advance was held back by declines in McDonald's Corp. shares after the fast-food retailer reported profits that fell more than analysts expected and Travelers Cos. Inc.'s stock , which declined 7.5% on third-quarter earnings that also fell more than analysts hoped. The blue-chip index was supported, however, by advances in United Technologies Corp. shares , which beat estimates for earnings and revenue and Proctor & Gamble Co. shares , which rose about 4% after issuing third-quarter results. On the trade front, U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer said that the Trump administration aims to wrap up "phase one" trade talks with China by the middle of next month.

Dow drifts into negative territory soon after open as Travelers, McDonald's weigh on index

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New S&P 500 highs are riding on blockbuster results from Amazon

Nasdaq advances 0.4% higher at Tuesday's open

Dow gains less than 0.1%; S&P 500 rises 0.2%, inches toward record

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Will Small Caps Lead Large Caps Higher? Don’t Bank on It

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Big Trade Rattles Nasdaq Futures Before Open

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Stocks Can’t Escape the News

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The Market Selloff in 7 Charts

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U.S. Stocks Show Persistence of Goldilocks Economy

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Powell’s Fed Could Be More Volatile For Markets

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Investors Didn’t Sour on the Stock Market for Long

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The Stock Market Didn’t Get Tested—You Did

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The Stock Market Selloff By the Numbers

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S&P 500 Has First 1% Decline Since August

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Trump’s Stock Market Hyperbole

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Wall Street Strategists Can’t Keep Up With the Stock Market

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Stocks Haven’t Pulled Back in a Long, Long Time

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Nasdaq Tops Inflation-Adjusted High from Dot-Com Boom

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Fast Start for Stocks Is Good Omen for 2018

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2017′s Stock Gains Don’t Necessarily Mean 2018 Stock Pains

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Nasdaq Has Been Rising Faster, But It’s Also More Expensive

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The Market Could Get Wild in 2018, Blackstone’s Wien Predicts

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2017′s Final Trading Day Could Be Fraught

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Nasdaq Flirts With First Close Above 7000

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Recent News

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Here’s What You Need to Earn to Be in the Top 1%

The threshold to break out of the 99% has risen by an inflation-adjusted 33% since 2011.

on Barron's Online

December Meltdown Is Inevitable, According to One Expert

The expert who called the 2008 crisis says a repeat of the December meltdown in 2018 is inevitable.

on Barron's Online

Tech Investors Should Brace for a $160 Billion ‘Gut Punch’ in December

Critical information for the U.S. trading day

on Barron's Online

Salesforce Founder Marc Benioff Says ‘Capitalism as We Know It Is Dead’

He says it won’t be ‘just about making money’ in the future

on Barron's Online

The Market Looks Just Like 1998

Is history on repeat?

on Barron's Online

Crowdstrike Doesn’t Know Why Trump Mentioned Them to the Ukrainian President

CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. got drawn into the controversial phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday after the White House released a memo that mentioned the cybersecurity company by name.

on Barron's Online

Fears of a Warren Presidency on Rise Among Money Managers, Survey Shows

39% of respondents see Warren getting the nod, up from 7% in June

on Barron's Online

Why the Saudi Oil Attack Is a ‘Big Deal’ That Could Be a ‘Game Changer’ in Stock Markets and Crude Prices

S&P Global Platts forecasts $5 or $10/bbl. spike in Brent oil prices

on Barron's Online

Stock and Bond Investors Are Facing the Highest Degree of Economic Policy Uncertainty in 3 Years, by This Measure

Investors should sit tight in this environment, says Morgan Stanley’s Shalett.

on Barron's Online

Gold: A Safeguard Against Economic Fragilities

Gold: A Safeguard Against Economic Fragilities

on Seeking Alpha

One Simple Reason Why a Recession Isn’t Looming, According to Bank of America’s CEO

CEO Brian Moynihan says the “U.S. consumer continues to spend, and that will keep the U.S. economy in good shape.”

on Barron's Online

What Stock Markets Did After Crises Like Hong Kong’s

Looking at several geopolitical crises over the past 60 years finds that generally they don’t make much long-term difference to stock prices.

on Barron's Online

Greenspan Says ‘There Is No Barrier’ to Treasury Yields Falling Below Zero

There is some $15 trillion in government debt that now yields less than zero, and former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan believes there’s no reason why U.S. government bond yields couldn’t join much of the developed world in the subzero world.

on Barron's Online

How the Clashes in Hong Kong Could Wallop the U.S. Market

Protests in Hong Kong that have persisted for the past two months could eventually deliver a more lasting blow to U.S. and global markets, market strategists and geopolitical experts.

on Barron's Online

Trader Who Nailed the 2008 Crisis Says the Next 3 Months Mark the ‘Edge of the Cliff’

Financial markets are at a crucial inflection point and Wall Street investors should look no further than the U.S. dollar for the clearest sign of the increasing stress on the system that could ignite a financial crisis a la 2008, says Raoul Pal.

on Barron's Online

What a Falling Chinese Yuan Means for the Stock Market and the Trade War

Chinese currency falls lower than ‘line in the sand’ in valuation versus the U.S. dollar

on Barron's Online

The Superrich Are Selling Stocks, Buying Properties and Keeping Cash Ready

Critical information for the U.S. trading day

on Barron's Online

The Superrich Are Selling Stocks, Buying Properties and Keeping Cash Ready

Critical information for the U.S. trading day

on Barron's Online

Stocks, Treasuries decline with Fed rate cut in doubt

on Seeking Alpha

Stocks, Treasurys decline with Fed rate cut in doubt

on Seeking Alpha

Major Stock Indexes

Key U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Industrial Average 26,788.10 -39.54 -0.15%
NASDAQ Composite Index 8,104.30 -58.69 -0.72%
S&P 500 Index 2,995.99 -10.73 -0.36%
Russell 2000 Index 1,550.87 0.73 0.05%
Other U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Transportation Average 10,747.59 95.47 0.90%
Dow Jones Utility Average Index 873.27 5.05 0.58%
Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index 30,633.91 -110.48 -0.36%
NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ Calculation) 7,874.62 -65.72 -0.83%
S&P 400 Mid Cap Index 1,947.08 -0.58 -0.03%
NYSE Composite Index 13,071.86 -16.76 -0.13%
Barron's 400 Index 685.06 -1.23 -0.18%
CBOE Volatility Index 14.46 0.46 3.29%
Global Last Chg Chg %
Global Dow Realtime USD 3,061.40 15.84 0.52%
Asia/Pacific Last Chg Chg %
The Asia Dow Index USD 3,259.80 15.61 0.48%
S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index 6,672.2 19.7 0.30%
Shanghai Composite Index 2,954.38 14.76 0.50%
Hang Seng Index 26,786.20 60.52 0.23%
S&P BSE Sensex Index 38,963.84 -334.54 -0.85%
NIKKEI 225 Index 22,548.90 56.22 0.25%
FTSE Straits Times Index 3,160.67 21.52 0.69%
Europe Last Chg Chg %
STOXX Europe 50 Index 3,243.46 10.41 0.32%
STOXX Europe 600 Index 394.59 0.37 0.09%
CAC 40 Index 5,657.69 9.34 0.17%
DAX 12,754.69 6.73 0.05%
IBEX 35 Index 9,380.20 -22.10 -0.24%
FTSE 100 Index 7,212.49 48.85 0.68%
Americas Last Chg Chg %
BOVESPA Index 107,381.11 1,358.83 1.28%
S&P/TSX Composite Index 16,391.52 -26.93 -0.16%
IPC Indice de Precios Y Cotizaciones 43,363.54 -41.89 -0.10%

Top Performers

Company Last Chg Chg %
TrovaGene Inc. 1.79 0.74 70.48%
Biogen Inc. 281.87 58.36 26.11%
Revolution Lighting Technologies Inc. 0.31 0.06 25.54%
SunOpta Inc. 1.81 0.32 21.48%
Athenex Inc. 11.50 1.90 19.79%
Stamps.com Inc. 90.68 14.55 19.11%
ReTo Eco-Solutions Inc. 0.90 0.14 18.42%
Fulcrum Therapeutics Inc. 5.17 0.71 15.92%
CVD Equipment Corp. 3.71 0.50 15.66%
Bellerophon Therapeutics Inc. 0.57 0.07 14.80%

Bottom Performers

Company Last Chg Chg %
Tile Shop Holdings Inc. 1.13 -2.22 -66.27%
Pareteum Corp. 0.30 -0.44 -59.53%
Osmotica Pharmaceuticals PLC 3.46 -1.28 -27.00%
Cool Holdings Inc. 0.44 -0.14 -23.76%
Onconova Therapeutics Inc. 0.86 -0.25 -22.65%
InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. 0.38 -0.11 -22.45%
Greenland Acquisition Corp. 8.16 -2.19 -21.16%
Marathon Patent Group Inc. 1.32 -0.31 -18.77%
Nano Dimension Ltd. ADR 2.87 -0.66 -18.70%
TOP Ships Inc. 3.44 -0.79 -18.68%