US stocks closed lower as Traders digested the GDP data and considered Trump's first 100 days
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US stocks are poised to move higher at the open after losing ground on Wednesday
US stocks closed lower after yesterday's big gains and Trump's tax plans
US benchmarks closed higher on Tuesday as traders await more on Trump's tax plans
Wall Street shares are set to blast higher on Monday..
Markit's PMI releases for April poured cold water on sentiment and the week's gains were pared
The US crude price skidded nearly 4% lower yesterday..
US equities are set for a higher open after yesterday's losses amid more earnings.
US stocks closed sharply lower on Tuesday on Wall Street
US futures point to a lower open as traders mull North Korea and China growth
Wall Street is expecting a flurry of big cap bank earnings
Oil traders are keeping a close eye in an OPEC report later, which will show output for March
Dow futures are down five points; the S&P 500 is down 1.5 and the tech heavy Nasdaq index is down 2.5.
Dow futures are trading 14 points higher. The S&P 500 is over 2.5 to the good, while the Nasdaq futures are over five points higher.
Stocks are mixed but firmer on balance, with defense stocks wanted after the air strikes on Syria
Midweek, sentiment was initially lifted by a positive figure from the ADP hiring report but then stocks sank
Wall Street shares closed the session higher on Tuesday.
The main indexes rallied strongly in the first three months, but recently ran out of steam.
The US Bureau of Economic Analysis is releasing its updated GDP (gross domestic product) report for Q4.
London traded sideways with attention on Donald Trump's attempt to get a key healthcare pledge through Congress
Wall Street shares were higher in early deals as traders await the healthcare vote
The Dow Jones and the Nasdaq registered their worst daily drops since September yesterday
After recent falls, the main benchmarks are set for a higher open on Tuesday
On Friday, Wall Street ended softer and the tone is set to continue this week too
US stocks closed Friday flat to softer as mid-week euphoria over a rate hike fizzled out, and so did the so-called Trump rally