Stock market news live updates drop S&P 500 and Dow drop below records, Nasdaq jumps after acquiring tech stocks

The S&P 500 and Dow rebounded on record levels on Wednesday, with Nasdaq gaining momentum, with investors looking for stronger-than-expected earnings. Nasdaq holds the record 100 most.

West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices have lagged behind recently but have remained high since 2014. Treasury products fell by the wayside, and 10-year production fell by 1.6 percent.

Google’s parent company (GOOG, GOOGL) has reached its peak since February, posting third-quarter earnings and increased consensus estimates. These results are triggered by an increase in online advertising costs, especially among retailers searching for Google. Revenue growth for YouTube and Google Cloud, however, slowed compared to the previous quarter. And Microsoft (MSFT) has released more quarterly results on each of the major metrics, thanks to another increase in the company’s closest cloud computing business. Washington-based Redmond shares rose sharply on Wednesday following a recent report.

Apart from mega-cap technology companies, several other corporations have posted strong revenue streams. Twitter (TTR) shares were delayed after posting third-quarter sales, with Wall Street supporting the same negative effects as Apple’s iOS update as its social media company Snap (SNAP). ) Reported for the same quarter.

And Chip Maker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) provided significant quarterly earnings and boosted its full-year forecast. The company said it was partially limiting its supply chain limitations to supply PC and video-game console chips. Although CEO Lisa Sue added during an AMD revenue call that she believed the current supply-side challenges would improve next year.

The latest revenue collection for Wall Street has helped to ensure that many companies are able to operate beyond inflation – high sales and profits. Although many researchers say that inflation and supply chain disruption may last longer than previously expected, few suggest that the effects are unbearable for most major companies.

“What we’ve got from these supply chain issues is a recent revenue crisis. I think that’s something we need to look forward to in the first half of the year,” Lori Calvasina, chief equity strategist at RBC Capital Markets, told Yahoo Finance. Tuesday. “Revenue growth is expected to follow 4% or 6% in the first two quarters of next year. So companies should continue to manage the market to move higher.”

“But the reality is that the underlying economic background is not easily established,” she added. “Of course I never bought that staggering argument.”

On the other hand, consumers are showing signs of declining spending in the face of rising inflation. According to the conference board on Tuesday, the percentage of consumers planning to buy furniture, cars and accessories has increased this month, despite short-term inflation rising to 13 years.

“Consumers have a lot of cash right now so they don’t have to worry about rising prices,” said Ryan Payne, president of Payne Capital Management, on Tuesday. “That’s why the profits are going up. You have a very insignificant consumer, because we have a lot of money. Wages are rising. And companies can raise their prices as their costs go up. Another reason. “

4 ፡ evening 09 pm ET ፡ Score S&P 500, Dow bounced back, Nassak jumped like a spell, Microsoft always set the record high

Here are the main activities in the market from 4 p.m.

  • S&P 500^ GSPC): -23.11 (-0.51%) to 4,551.68

  • Down (^ DJI): -266.19 (-0.74%) to 35,490.69

  • Nasdaq (^ IXIC): +0.12 (+ 0.00%) to 15,235.84

  • Crude (CL = f): – $ 2.58 (-3.05%) to $ 82.07 barrel

  • Gold (GC = F): + $ 5.90 (+ 0.33%) to $ 1,799.30 per ounce

  • 10-year treasury (^ TNX)1.5290% to produce -9 bps

11 ፡ Fr 23 am ET ፡ Holiday sales are up more than 10% in US over last year, NRF says

According to new forecasts from the National Retail Federation, home sales during key holiday shopping could increase by more than 10% from 2021 last year.

The trade union’s sales could increase between 8.5% and 10.5%, bringing the total to $ 859 billion between November and December. This would set a record of $ 777.3 billion in 2020.

The prophecies are in line with other holiday procurement predictions made by others, including Adobe Analytics. In a new forecast last week, the company said online sales are expected to grow 10% to $ 207 billion between November 1 and December 31 this year.

9 ፡ 31 31 31 31 31 ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ ፡ በአብዛኛው በአብዛኛው በአብዛኛው በአብዛኛው

Here is what the markets traded on Wednesday morning.

  • S&P 500^ GSPC): +1.47 (+ 0.03%) to 4,576.26

  • Down (^ DJI): -7.32 (-0.02%) to 35,749.56

  • Nasdaq (^ IXIC): +51.39 (+ 0.34%) to 15,287.11

  • Crude (CL = f): – $ 1.63 (-1.93%) to $ 83.02 barrel

  • Gold (GC = F): + $ 2.50 (+ 0.14%) to $ 1,795.90 per ounce

  • 10-year treasury (^ TNX)1.563% to produce -5.5 bps

9 ፡ FEET 13 AM ET ፡ Sustainable commodity orders fall by more than expected in September

After four consecutive months of growth, sustained commodity orders have been revitalized despite supply chain challenges and a shortage of materials, indicating continued sustainability in the manufacturing sector.

U.S. goods fell 0.4% in September after a 1.3 percent increase in August and a three-year or higher order in September, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. According to Bloomberg, consensus economists were seeking a 1.1% reduction.

Excluding transportation, durable goods will increase at an expected monthly rate of 0.4%, following the August 0.3% increase. Non-defense capital goods orders, excluding aircraft, increased by 0.8%, exceeded the target by 0.5%, and reflect strong business capital expenditure trends. Non-defense capital goods, excluding aircraft, increased by 1.4%, or nearly tripled as expected. This measure is divided by gross domestic product (GDP).

At 9 a.m. 09 p.m., U.S. exports rose to record in September.

U.S. trade deficit peaked last month due to a slump in exports.

The deficit rose to $ 88.2 billion in August from $ 96.3 billion in September, the Commerce Department said in a new report on Wednesday. Consensus economists wanted $ 88.3 billion in trade deficit, according to Bloomberg.

Exports fell 4.7%, dropping industrial supplies and capital goods, each posting the first decline in seven months, each month. Imported goods increased by 0.5%, although auto loads fell by 7.7% to reflect the global chip shortage.

7 ፡ 04 04 ET ET ፡ የአ ፡ ፡ ፡ የወደ የወደ የወደ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ በትንሹ

Here is the place where the markets are trading before the opening bell.

  • S&P 500 Future (ES = F): -6.75 points (-0.15%), to 4,558.5

  • The future (YM = f): -31 points (-0.09%), to 35,613.00

  • The future of Nasdaq (NQ = f) :: -33.5 points (-0.22%) to 15,511.50

  • Crude (CL = f): – $ 1.25 (-1.48%) to $ 83.40 barrel

  • Gold (GC = F): – $ 2.40 (-0.13%) to $ 1,791.00 per ounce

  • 10-year treasury (^ TNX)1.596% to produce: -2.2 bps

6 ፡ Four 04 pm ET ፡ The future of the stock has changed dramatically.

As the night begins on Tuesday night, this is where the markets trade.

  • S&P 500 Future (ES = F): -0.5 points (-0.01%), to 4,564.75

  • The future (YM = f): -8 points (-0.02%), to 35,636.00

  • The future of Nasdaq (NQ = f) :: -4.75 points (-0.03%) to 15,540.25

People pass by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Wall Street and New York City on March 23, 2021, a statue of a ‘fearless girl’. – Wall Street shares were under pressure from Federal Reserve Chief Executive Jerome Paul before the congressional hearing. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP) (Photo by Angela Weiss by AFP)

Emily McCormick is a Yahoo Finance reporter. Follow her on Twitter.

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