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Open: 98.33
Last: 98.31
98.29 Day Low/High 98.45
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95.03 52 Week Low/High 99.67

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Overview

Key Data

  • Open 98.33
  • Day Range 98.29 - 98.45
  • 52 Week Range 95.03 - 99.67

Performance

5 Day
  • 0.36%
1 Month
  • 0.31%
3 Month
  • 0.33%
YTD
  • 2.22%
1 Year
  • 1.55%

Recent News

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Powell speech may deliver a major gut check to stock market at records after Trump

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Stocks slightly lower as rally pauses on concerns about trade and interest rates

Powell says baseline economic outlook 'remains favorable'

Powell says vulnerabilities facing financial system remain moderate

Powell says current level of interest-rates appropriate unless economic outlook shifts materially

Yen at ¥108.83, up 0.2% against the buck

Euro off less than 0.1% at $1.1007; British pound at $1.2838, down 0.1%

ICE Dollar Index gains about 0.1% at 98.375 after CPI data

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Nasdaq ekes out record as investors look past Trump speech

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Trump’s agenda may be a double-edged sword for the U.S. and world economies

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Gold down a 4th straight session to settle at lowest since August

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Dow closes at record after Boeing surges on report of 737 Max early return

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Stock market edges up to new record close even as Trump says he hasn’t agreed to roll back China tariffs

Fed can no longer ignore potential economic 'shocks' of climate change: Brainard

Climate change is just the kind of "shock" to the economy that the Federal Reserve can no longer ignore, Fed Governor Lael Brainard said Friday. Not only are there short-term natural disasters like the wild fires in California to consider, there are potential longer-term implications as well, she said. "To the extent that climate change and the associated policy responses affect productivity and long-run economic growth, there may be implications for the long-run neutral level of the real interest rate, which is a key consideration in monetary policy," Brainard said, at a first-of-its-kind Fed summit to focus on the economic and policy affects of climate change, hosted by the San Francisco Fed. Brainard said the Fed is monitoring how climate change effects the banking system's operations, the impact of climate policies on the energy sector and how weather affects the economy.

UMich consumer sentiment index rises to 95.7 in November from 95.5 in prior month

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Here’s what it would take for the U.S. dollar to put in a market top

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Dow, S&P 500 end at record highs even as conflicts emerge in Washington over new deal with China to cancel tariffs in stages

Credit-card borrowing falls for second straight month in September, Fed data shows

U.S. consumer credit grows $9.5 billion in September, slowest pace in 15 months

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Gold drops to a 3-month low as yields climb on signs of progress U.S.-China trade talks

A Dollar 'Death Cross' May Presage Rise for Stocks

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Why Isn't the Euro Weakening Against the Dollar? (Redux)

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Yes, It's Groundhog Day in the Stock Market

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Apple Dividend: So What, Treasury Yield Now Above Stocks

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The Cone of Uncertainty for Interest Rates

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Data Dump: Jobless Claims, Manufacturing Mostly Positive, But Prices Bear Watching

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Morning Links: Closet Apple Indexers and Goldman Exec's Adios

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Bank Stocks Soar Into the Close, S&P 500 Approaches 1400

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Stocks Surge; J.P. Morgan Boosts Dividend, Announces Buyback

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FOMC Statement: Analysts Call It 'Mildly Bearish' for Bonds

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Glacial FOMC Change is All Dollar Bulls Need

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Fed Statement: Not a Yawner in The Bond Market

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Treasury Selling Picks Up; 10-Year Hits Fresh 2012 High

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Fed Statement: Few Fresh Clues On QE3

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Fed Statement on Deck: Keys to the FOMCs from the Bond Geeks

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Tomorrow's Tape: ADP, iPad 3

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Train Reading: G.K. Chesterton Good, Squid Bad

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Vulture Picks: Morgan Stanley Trade Ideas for Distressed Investing

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Apple iPad Demand Could Be Hurt by High Gas Prices, Analyst Says

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Dr. Copper, Heal Thyself!

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The Yuan Guessing Game

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Fed Lowers Rate Outlook; Markets Soar Like a Dove

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What a strong dollar means for retirees

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Markets and Bulls are Feasting on Perky Data

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U.S Stocks Continue to Shun Foreign-Borne Risks

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Romney's China-Bashing Carries Huge Risks

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Major Stock Indexes

Key U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Industrial Average 27,703.37 11.88 0.04%
NASDAQ Composite Index 8,479.57 -6.52 -0.08%
S&P 500 Index 3,091.82 -0.02 0.00%
Russell 2000 Index 1,585.07 -10.04 -0.63%
Other U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Transportation Average 10,888.73 -70.53 -0.64%
Dow Jones Utility Average Index 844.01 11.81 1.42%
Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index 31,609.80 -10.49 -0.03%
NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ Calculation) 8,262.01 -1.78 -0.02%
S&P 400 Mid Cap Index 1,986.06 -4.93 -0.25%
NYSE Composite Index 13,375.23 -12.39 -0.09%
Barron's 400 Index 702.47 -1.95 -0.28%
CBOE Volatility Index 12.96 0.28 2.21%
Global Last Chg Chg %
Global Dow Realtime USD 3,140.65 -10.76 -0.34%
Asia/Pacific Last Chg Chg %
The Asia Dow Index USD 3,329.04 -29.38 -0.87%
S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index 6,698.4 -54.6 -0.81%
Shanghai Composite Index 2,905.24 -9.58 -0.33%
Hang Seng Index 26,571.46 -493.82 -1.82%
S&P BSE Sensex Index 40,116.06 -229.02 -0.57%
NIKKEI 225 Index 23,319.87 -200.14 -0.85%
FTSE Straits Times Index 3,239.22 -28.58 -0.87%
Europe Last Chg Chg %
STOXX Europe 50 Index 3,348.73 -1.92 -0.06%
STOXX Europe 600 Index 405.82 -1.08 -0.27%
CAC 40 Index 5,906.08 -13.67 -0.23%
DAX 13,225.09 -58.42 -0.44%
IBEX 35 Index 9,187.70 -119.00 -1.28%
FTSE 100 Index 7,353.74 -11.70 -0.16%
Americas Last Chg Chg %
BOVESPA Index 105,807.61 -943.50 -0.88%
S&P/TSX Composite Index 16,962.19 52.81 0.31%
IPC Indice de Precios Y Cotizaciones 43,135.19 34.42 0.08%