Technology and industrial stocks led Wall Street higher on Thursday as some big deals and optimism about the earnings season helped offset fears about a U.S-China trade war.
U.S. stock index futures ticked higher on Thursday, as signs that Washington may ease back on plans for tariffs on European cars pushed automakers higher across the board, offsetting further signs of tension with China.
U.S. stock index futures rose on Tuesday, boosted by a jump in oil prices and early gains in big technology stocks.
Stocks surrendered early gains to finish with losses today as lingering worries over global trade and lack of definitive domestic triggers held investors back.
Technology and media stocks pushed Wall Street higher and helped the Nasdaq hit a record high, as markets eyed a recovery after being battered by a rapidly escalating China-U.S. trade tensions.
Markets gave up early gains but managed to end higher for the third straight session today, driven by robust buying in technology and healthcare stocks amid positive macro data.
World stocks hit a record high, spurred on by a new all-time peak for Apple, a 17-year top for European tech firms and news that Twitter and Netflix were set to join Wall St’s flagship S&P 500 index.
The BSE Sensex rebounded over 318 points today on robust buying in IT, banking, metal and pharma stocks amid mixed global cues.
U.S. stock index futures were flat on Thursday after three days of oil-powered gains on Wall Street as investors waited for the latest reading on U.S. consumer prices.
US stock index futures pointed to a strong open for Nasdaq as a slew of upbeat earnings helped set aside worries over rising US bond yields and corporate costs.