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U. S. Market Closing Report on Tuesday, February 15, 2022:

 Source: Dow jumps 400 points and snaps 3-day losing streak, Nasdaq pops 2.5% Maggie Fitzgerald, Fred Imbert 5-6 minutes Source: NYSE The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose for the first day in four on Tuesday after Russia appeared to be backing away from an immediate invasion of Ukraine, cooling geopolitical tensions that have knocked the stock market down the last three days. The Russian Defense Ministry said it had begun     some troops to deployment bases after training exercises near the Ukrainian border. The Dow jumped about 400 points, or 1.2%, helped by a 3% jump in Boeing. The S&P 500 climbed 1.5% and the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite advanced about 2.4%. All three major benchmarks were down in the three prior sessions. The S&P 500 is about 8% from its record high. The small-cap benchmark Russell 2000 rallied 1.9%. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said troops

U. S. Market Closing Report on Friday, February 11, 2022:

 Source: Dow drops 500 points, Nasdaq sinks more than 2% on fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine Jesse Pound, Yun Li 5-6 minutes Stocks slid on Friday as increased tensions between Ukraine and Russia sent oil spiking and led investors to dump risky assets like equities. Shares were mostly flat on the day until Ukraine-related headlines in afternoon trading caused traders to dump stocks and buy Treasurys. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite fell 2.8%, while the S&P 500 dropped 1.9%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 504 points, or 1.4%. Stocks moved sharply lower in afternoon trading after a jump in oil prices that appeared to be tied to increased concerns about Russia taking military action against Ukraine . With about 2 hours left to the trading day, U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said at a White House briefing that there were signs of Russian escalation at the Ukraine border and

Reuters | US market Closing Report on Tuesday, February 7, 2022:

Source: Wall Street ends higher; bank stocks rise with Treasury yields February 8, 20226:50 PM GMT-5Last Updated 18 min ago 4-5 minutes Register now for FREE unlimited access to Summary Companies Pfizer falls on disappointing forecast Coty gains after raising earnings estimates Meta Platforms down for fourth straight session Indexes: Dow +1.06%, S&P 500 +0.84%, Nasdaq +1.28% Feb 8 (Reuters) - Wall Street ended sharply higher on Tuesday, lifted by Apple and Microsoft, while a jump in Treasury yields elevated bank stocks ahead of a

US Market at Close Report, by CNBC

 Source: Dow falls more than 100 points in another day of wild swings as Fed signals rate hikes ahead to fight inflation Hannah Miao, Fred Imbert 4-5 minutes U.S. stocks fell in volatile trading Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell suggested the central bank has plenty of room to raise interest rates before it would harm the economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 130 points, or 0.4%. The blue-chip average was up more than 500 points at one point, but rolled over after the Fed's update. The S&P 500 fell 0.2%. The Nasdaq Composite finished little changed, buoyed by Microsoft's gain. Stocks came off their highs and Treasury yields surged after Powell said at a press conference there was "quite a bit of room" to raise rates before it would hurt the labor market. Powell also said prices could continue to run higher as "inflation risks are still t

US Market at Close Report: Dow Closes More Than 100 Points Lower.

  US MARKET Stocks pull back after big rally, Dow closes more than 100 points lower Yun Li 3-4 minutes U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday led by technology names, as the market gave back some of the strong gains from the previous session. The S&P 500 slid 0.8% to 3,870.29 after the broad equity benchmark rallied more than 2% Monday for its best day since June. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 143.99 points, or 0.5%, to 31,391.52. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite lost 1.7% to 13,358.79 as Apple and Facebook fell about more than 2% each. Amazon and Microsoft both slipped 1%, while Tesla dropped 4.5%. Tech and consumer discretionary were the two worst-performing sectors, falling more than 1% each. The slight gains in materials provided the broader market with some cushion. "Markets may be trapped in a tug-of-war between what they expect to happen and pandemic-fueled insecurities which are c