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US stocks log record highs as investors look to Big Tech to sustain earnings growth

Brendan McDermid/Reuters Dow industrials push further beyond 35,000 in Monday's record-setting highs for stocks. Tesla and Facebook earnings are among those on deck for this week's earnings wave. The Federal Reserve will start its two-day meeting on Tuesday. See more stories on Insider's business page. Stocks finished at record highs Monday as investors set their sights on earnings reports from major technology companies and appeared to set aside concerns about economic recovery in the face of rising coronavirus cases. The Dow Jones Industrial Average pushed further above 35,000 after crossing that threshold for the first time on Friday. Stocks overcame losses earlier in Monday's session to build on record highs notched Friday, capping a rebound from a rout last week. Stocks have...
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Dow rises 285 points for 2nd straight daily gain as focus shifts away from growth worries to earnings season

Stocks are on the mend following pullbacks from record highs. Brendan McDermid/Reuters The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 285 points to extend a relief rally on Wednesday. The S&P 500 also rose and the Nasdaq Composite pushed through early weakness. Johnson & Johnson was among the Dow stocks that raised its annual earnings guidance. See more stories on Insider's business page. US stocks closed higher Wednesday, led by blue-chips as many corporate behemoths upgraded financial guidance, though questions linger about global economic recovery as COVID-19 infections rise. The Nasdaq Composite overcame earlier weakness while the Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 285 points to advance for a second straight day of gains. The Dow was helped by shares of Coca-Cola, Johnson & Joh...
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Dow falls 500 points as fears grow over spread of COVID-19 Delta variant

JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images US stocks fell Monday as investors eye a spike in global COVID-19 cases led by the Delta variant, creating a roadblock to a full recovery of the economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell over 500 points at the open. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was 1.217%, down 8.2 basis points on the day, reflecting the pickup in investor desire for safe-haven assets.The rising cases, which may result in a new wave of lockdown restrictions, weighed on markets. The Delta variant, according to health experts, is the most transmissible variant yet. "The market appears ready to take on a more defensive character as we experience a meaningful deceleration in earnings and economic growth," Morgan Stanley strategists led by Michael Wilson said ...
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Dow slides 300 points to cap off first weekly decline in a month amid inflation worries

A trader works on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, New York, US, March 3, 2020. Andrew Kelly/Reuters US stocks fell on Friday and recorded their first weekly loss in a month, with stocks dropping about 1% as investor concerns about rising inflation continued to weigh on prospects of an economic recovery.On Thursday, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Both expressed concerns at the current pace of rising inflation and expect the trend to continue over the next few months before cooling down as supply chain disruptions are resolved.If inflation doesn't cool off soon, the Fed may be forced to hasten its hawkish policies like rolling back monthly bond purchases and raising interest rates, which could hurt risk assets like s...
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US stocks gain as jump in retail sales in June points to steady pace of economic recovery

Xinhua/Wang Ying/ Getty Images US stocks edged higher on Friday amid June retail sales data that showed a surprise increase of 0.6%, besting expectations of a 0.4% decline. US consumers spent $621 billion at retail stores in June, signaling that the ongoing economic recovery from the pandemic is accelerating as more people get vaccinated from COVID-19.The move higher in stocks came a day after a market sell-off that was spurred by investor concerns over rising inflation. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Both expressed concerns at the pace of rising inflation and expect the trend to continue over the next few months before cooling down as supply chain disruptions are resolved.Here's where US indexes stood shortly after the 9:30 am ET open on Friday: ...
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