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|... that as of mid-May, the S&P 500 was up 31% since its trough, and in-line with September 2019 levels, while the tech-heavy NASDAQ index was up 7% for the year. "This is all rather eye popping when one considers the current macro-economic backdrop," it ...|
|... their profits, as COVID-19 volatility pushes up their revenues from higher transactions. The New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, Tokyo and Japan exchanges have all reported a surge in their revenues in the March quarter, as the markets became more volatile. ...|
|... their way to Wall Street. For how else is one to explain the rally on 'the wall' - S&P 500 up 1.7%; DJIA up 1.9%; Nasdaq up 1.6%; Russell 2000 up 3.6% -- on the same day that the US Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS) released actual non-farm payrolls ...|
|... shutter thanks to coronavirus shutdowns. Markets ended a strong month in the red, with the Dow Jones, S&P 500 and the Nasdaq falling 1.17%, 0.92% and 0.28% overnight. It comes as famed investor Warren Buffett's stock-market indicator hits a record high ...|
|... closed up just 0.17%, after falling from a strong rally in the morning. Similarly, the S&P 500 closed down 0.05%, and the Nasdaq Composite ended the day of trade flat. Since their record highs on February 20, the Dow is down 20.5%, the S&P is down 17.5% ...|
|... barrel). Markets followed suit, with the Dow Jones shedding nearly 600 points or 2.44%, the S&P 500 falling 1.79% and the Nasdaq losing 1.03%. JP Morgan Asset Management global market strategist Kerry Craig said the crash wasn't surprising. "It was ...|
|... a new monthly high just yesterday. In Wednesday's trade, the Dow Jones fell 1.86%, the S&P 500 shed 2.2%, and the Nasdaq Composite lost 1.44%. It comes as the US's biggest banks struggle to grapple with the impacts of the spreading coronavirus ...|
|... focused instead on the recovery in Wuhan, with the S&P 500 soaring 3.41%, the Dow Jones lifting 3.44% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite lifting 2.58%. At the time of writing, the S&P/ASX 200 had mirrored moves made in the US, lifting 1.75% in its last ...|
|... red. Early in trade the Dow Jones surged 900-points before closing down 0.12%. Similarly, the S&P 500 lost 0.16% and the Nasdaq Composite lost 0.33%. The volatility index is now trading up 3.23% at 46.7 points. The falls come despite New York recording ...|
|... by the surge on Wall Street overnight. All major US benchmark equity indices rocketed: DJIA by 7.7%; S&P 500 by 7.0%, Nasdaq composite by 7.3%; Russell 2000 by 8.2%. Again, hoping for the best but prepared for the worst. More, here's to wishing that ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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