Bill Hastie |

Wall Street kicked off earnings week by posting solid gains across the board, led once again by Apple (gaining 6.4% on the day).  The Dow and S&P 500 rallied

Bill Hastie |

Despite a disappointing performance in September - what September has historically become known for - the U.S. equity markets posted solid returns for the 3rd

Bill Hastie |

Friday saw solid performance in the U.S. equity markets, bringing an end to an even better week.  On the day, the Dow gained 161.40 points, or +0.57%.  The S&P

Bill Hastie |

With all eyes on the Treasury Secretary and Speaker of the House to reach a deal on additional economic stimulus, the U.S. equity markets are on track for their

Haley Hitchman |

The U.S. stock markets climbed yesterday after President Trump tweeted support for a smaller stimulus package to help support airlines.  43 commercial airlines

Haley Hitchman |

The U.S. stock market sold off late in the trading hours yesterday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing down 1.34%, the S&P 500 down 1.39% and the

Bill Hastie |

Wall Street enjoyed a huge rally yesterday, with stocks closing near their highs of the day as President Trump said he would be discharged from Walter Reed

Bill Hastie |

Coming off a solid start to October, the U.S. equity market last Friday declined on the news of the President contracting COVID and concerns of how it may the

Bill Hastie |

A technology-led rally pushed the U.S. equity markets higher yesterday with the NASDAQ seeing the largest gains.  The Dow and S&P 500 gained 35.20 and 17.80

Bill Hastie |

September ended on a high note yesterday, which also ended the third quarter of 2020.  As for the markets, the Dow and S&P 500 gained 329.04 and 27.53 points

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