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2,934.75 +2.17    +0.07%
01:21:41 - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United States
# Constituents: 499
  • Prev. Close: 2,932.58
  • Open: 2,938.92
  • Day's Range: 2,932.73 - 2,940.56
S&P 500 2,934.75 +2.17 +0.07%

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Michael McCarthy
Markets Surge Ahead Of PMIs By Michael McCarthy - 14 hours ago

Originally published by CMC Markets Better than expected retail sales data in the UK overnight sparked a share market rally that echoed into US trading. The pound and euro added to recent gains, the...

David Madden
Record Levels For US Markets By David Madden - 15 hours ago

Originally published by CMC Markets Stocks are higher in Europe as bullish sentiment has resumed now that traders have gotten over the latest escalation in the US-China trade spat. Europe The dust has...

William OLoughlin
US 10-Year Yield Exceeds 3.0% By William OLoughlin - Sep 19, 2018

Originally published by Rivkin Securities US stocks rallied overnight with the Dow Jones climbing 0.71%, slightly outperforming the broader S&P 500 which closed 0.54% higher. The ASX 200 closed...

Kyle Rodda
Was The ASX Jump A Fake Out? By Kyle Rodda - Sep 14, 2018

SPI futures are pointing to a 25-point jump at the open for the S&P/ASX 200, following a day in which the local market gave up the week’s recovery to fall 0.76 per cent. The sell-off...

Kyle Rodda
Risk Appetite Improving By Kyle Rodda - Sep 13, 2018

Originally published by IG Markets Confidence received a boost overnight, resulting in greater risk appetite amongst traders. Behind the improved sentiment was another news leak that the US policy...

Kyle Rodda
Anxieties Easing By Kyle Rodda - Sep 12, 2018

Originally published by IG Markets Anxieties about emerging markets and the US-China trade war eased overnight. Equities traded mixed throughout yesterday’s Asian session, as traders remained...

William OLoughlin
US 10-Year Bond Yield Nears 3.0% By William OLoughlin - Sep 12, 2018

Originally published by Rivkin Securities While European stock indices were flat, US stocks managed to rally with the S&P 500 closing 0.37% higher. The FTSE 100 appears to be struggling due to a...

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Gerhard Kempe
Gerhard Kempe Aug 31, 2018 3:49
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Breath is getting weaker Apple does all the work
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Looking for 2700 soon
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The bulls will push it all the way to 3000
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Well done pUS. Inadequately protecting US IP at the expense of GDP, global security and synchronised global growth. Surely, surely there is one lever that works to disengage the flush cycle on democracy. The latter is sanctioned by your ignorance. Ignorance symbolised by your demise. International demise elected by your citizens can only be deserved outcome. Please fade peacefully.
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US politics is influencing the market. I do not understand why the market response veers surprised I.e. VIX volatility from one week to the next. The president does not understand economics and the single largest threat to US security was legally elected. The question remains will the US look politically inward for stability or will we see new lows across the globe steered and endorsed by gross negligence. New lows being for markets, economic stability, financial security and in turn, global living standards. When we see US national endorsement for uneducated leaders who have no regard for human life let alone social, moral or political standards, where can an argument be for prosperity?
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WHERE WILL S&P 500 GO ? |__||_
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Don't look up.
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