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The major U.S. equity indices moved higher on the week as optimism over the prospects of the development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine buoyed investor sentiment despite rising tensions between...
Major U.S. equity indices moved lower on the week as weakening domestic economic data and rising geopolitical tensions soured investor sentiment and jeopardized hopes for a V-shaped economic recovery.
Major U.S. equity indices moved higher on the week, snapping a two-week streak of losses, as optimism grew over the prospects of effective COVID-19 treatments and vaccines.
The major U.S. equity indices moved lower on the week as weak domestic economic data and rising tensions between the U.S. and China soured investor sentiment.
The major U.S. equity indices fell last week as fears of a prolonged global slowdown soured investor sentiment despite the passing of a $484B federal spending bill.
Despite weak domestic economic data, the three major U.S. equity indices moved higher for a second consecutive week as hope for a swift reopening of the U.S. economy improved investor sentiment.
Global equities surged last week with the three major U.S. equity indices gaining over 10% on the week as a perceived easing of the COVID-19 outbreak in global hotspots outweighed worsening data.
The major U.S. equity indices fell last week, capping an end to their worst quarterly performance since 2008, as renewed fears of a prolonged economic disruption weighed on investor sentiment.
The Federal Reserve continued to deploy aggressive and extensive measures to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Global equities plummeted again last week as fears of a prolonged economic slowdown as a result of the COVID-19 virus took center stage and outweighed significant monetary policy changes.
In a dramatic move on Sunday evening, the FOMC announced that it moved the target range for Federal Funds down to 0% - 0.25% and cut the discount window rate 1.50% to 0.25%.
In one of the most volatile trading weeks on record, the major U.S. equity markets moved modestly higher, and U.S. Treasury yields plummeted.
Global equity indices plummeted last week, sending the three major U.S. equity indices into correction territory, as the worsening COVID-19 outbreak dominated headlines.
The major U.S. equity indices moved lower for the week for the first time since early February as the Wuhan coronavirus continued to spread across the globe.
Despite global growth fears emanating from the worsening coronavirus outbreak in China and across the world, U.S. equities moved higher for a second week on the back of solid domestic economic data.
Major U.S. equity indices rebounded last week, moving higher as a perceived moderation in the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
Despite a strong start to fourth-quarter corporate earnings season, U.S. equities and Treasury yields tumbled last week as a worsening coronavirus outbreak in central China soured investor sentiment.
U.S. equities decreased for the week as fears stemming from a novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China dominated headlines and overshadowed the beginning of fourth-quarter corporate earnings season.
U.S. equities continued their move higher to start the year setting new all-time highs as the signing of the phase-one U.S./China trade deal.
U.S. equities began the new year on solid footing, marching higher during the first full week of the year and pushing through all-time highs, as tensions between the U.S. and Iran appeared to ease.