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U.S. stocks edge lower as Russian column advances on Kyiv

U.S. stocks were slightly lower on Tuesday as Russia stepped up its attacks on Ukraine, six days into its invasion. fell 104 points, or 0.3%, to 33,790. was down 6 points, or 0.1%, at 4,368 after briefly nudging into positive territory. The Nasdaq Composite. COMP,. -0.43%. as down 20 points,...
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5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday

Here are the most important news, trends and analysis that investors need to start their trading day:. 1. Stock futures drop after new sanctions on Russia for invading Ukraine. U.S. stock futures fell Monday, but traded off earlier lows on the last day of February, after the Biden administration announced additional sanctions against Russia's central bank over Moscow's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. On Saturday, the U.S., European allies and Canada agreed to cut off key Russian banks from the interbank SWIFT messaging system. Wall Street mounted a strong rally Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average having its best day since November 2020. In a week of wild swings in the market, the Dow closed down slightly as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished higher.
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Dow Jones Sells Off As Russia-Ukraine Talks Begin; Apple's New Buy Point

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off Monday, as Russian and Ukraine leaders reportedly met to talk at the Belarusian border. Treasury yields tumbled, oil prices surged and defense stocks rallied as European countries continued to respond to Russia's attack, while banks and financials led a sell-off sparked by expanding Western sanctions on the Russian financial system.
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Dow Jones Futures Slide; Lucid, Zoom Plunge On Earnings

Dow Jones futures were lower early Tuesday, as the stock market rally attempt continues. Russia's ongoing Ukraine invasion, along with the West's response, remains the key focal point in the stock market today. Lucid Motors and Zoom stock plunged on earnings after the close. Investors need patience and discipline right...
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Dow Jones Sells Off As Cisco, Walmart Report Earnings; DoorDash Soars, Nvidia Slides On Earnings

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off Thursday, as global markets continued eyeing developments along the Russia-Ukraine border and as U.S. investors digested weekly jobless claims data. Cisco Systems and Walmart climbed on earnings. Meanwhile, Applied Materials, Nvidia and DoorDash were key earnings movers after the market open. Among the...
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Dow Jones Rises; Peloton Spikes On Takeover Reports

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Monday, as the major stock indexes paused after Friday's mixed stock market action. Hasbro, ON Semiconductor and Tyson Foods were key earnings movers Monday, while Peloton spiked on takeover reports. Among the Dow Jones leaders, Apple (AAPL) rose 0.8% Monday, while Microsoft (MSFT) moved...
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Stocks Climb on Prospect of Easing Ukraine Tension: Markets Wrap

Stocks rose Wednesday as traders weighed the prospect of diminishing tension over Ukraine and the impact of rising inflation on central bank policies. Miners and energy companies led a second day of gains in Europe’s Stoxx 600 Index, which bounced off a three-week low on Tuesday. U.S. futures advanced as Russian stocks topped world gains on a local-currency basis.
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Down 4%, Is It Safe to Invest in the Dow Jones Today?

Short-term swings are quite common for the market, including the occasional huge move. Despite macroeconomic headwinds, analysts still anticipate overall earnings growth this year. For truly long-term investors, you're typically better served by being in the market rather than out of it. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) may be...
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Stock Market Today: Energy Rises, Comms Fall on Mixed Monday

The stock market followed up on its best weekly performance of 2022 with an up-and-down Monday session. A slow day on the data front allowed investors to further process last week's better-than-expected January jobs report; that benefited cyclical sectors including energy stocks (+1.3%), which led the way despite a 1.1% decline in U.S. crude oil futures, to $91.27 per barrel. However, communication stocks including Meta Platforms (FB, -5.1%) and Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL, -2.9%) weighed on the major indexes.
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