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Yahoo BusinessJul 01, 2020
MARKETS: NASDAQ closes at record high, up 95 points — YF Premium is bullish on Micron Technologies (MU)
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith to break down the day's price action in stocks as well as a long in Micron Technologies (MU), a Yahoo Finance Premium Investment Idea.


KiplingerJul 01, 2020
Stock Market Today: Nasdaq Hits New Highs to Start Q3
Stocks struggled for direction on the first trading day of the second half, as promising news about a possible COVID-19 vaccine and better economic data were tempered by a drop in energy stocks.

A reading that showed U.S. manufacturing activity hit its highest level in more than a year helped bullish sentiment, as did an announcement that Pfizer's (PFE, 3.2%) coronavirus vaccine under development was found to be well tolerated in early-stage human trials.

21 Dividend Increases Announced During the COVID Crisis In a countervailing trade, energy stocks declined amid fears that the U.S. could see a return to widespread lockdowns to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Strength in the technology sector kept the Nasdaq aloft. Amazon (AMZN, 4.4%) and Facebook (FB, 4.6%) in specific gave the tech-heavy composite enough oomph to gain 1.0% to a record-high 10,154. The S&P 500 finished 0.5% higher to 3,115, while the Dow closed Wednesday down 0.3% to 25,734. The small-cap Russell 2000 lagged them all, dropping 1.0% to end at 1,427.

While fears of shutdowns dragged down economically sensitive small caps and the energy sector, Brad McMillan, Chief Investment Officer for Commonwealth Financial Network, offers up some optimism for investors in his midyear outlook:

"The real question about the coronavirus for the rest of 2020 is not if there will be a second wave, but whether it will be large enough to derail the economic recovery underway," he writes. "So far, it does not look like it will. As of late Jun


Google Business NewsJul 01, 2020
Dow's Strength Wavers Due To Rise In Coronavirus Cases - Investor's Business Daily
Dow's Strength Wavers Due To Rise In Coronavirus Cases  Investor's Business DailyStock futures steady after Nasdaq hits record to start third quarter  CNBCMarket Recap: Wednesday, July 1  Yahoo FinanceOpening Bell: U.S. Futures Drift After Best S&P 500 Q2 In 20 Years; USD Flat  Investing.comS&P 500's Past 100 Days Were Its Best in Almost Nine Decades  

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 01, 2020
Tesla stock hits fresh record as Wall Street awaits Q2 sales
Tesla Inc. shares gained 5% Wednesday to end at $1,133.36, a fresh record, as investors await the company's second-quarter sales numbers. The rally boosted Tesla's market valuation to more than $207 billion and above, at least for now, Japan's Toyota Motor Corp.'s $203 billion market value. Toyota, which makes more than 8 million vehicles a year, long has been the No. 1 global car maker by market capitalization. Tesla is expected to report second-quarter sales this week, with analysts polled by FactSet expecting the sale of 72,000 vehicles in the quarter, of which 61,000 are Model 3s. Tesla shares have gained 171% this year, contrasting with losses of 4% and 9% for the S&P 500 index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average .

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MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 01, 2020
Nasdaq notches record close to start July after Fed minutes, but Dow slumps as Boeing, Exxon shares weigh
The Nasdaq Composite on Wednesday closed at a record high to kick off July but the Dow industrials lagged behind, after minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting last month indicated that policy makers would aim to provide more explicit guidance on the outlook for benchmark interest rates amid the coronavirus pandemic. Improving data on employment and the manufacturing sector buttressed markets in the first trading day of the month even though about a dozen American states have paused or halted plans to allow more businesses to reopen. The Nasdaq ended up 1% at around 10,155, finishing handily above its last record close on June 23 as gains in electric-vehicle maker Tesla Inc. , Netflix Inc. and Facebook Inc. helped to propel the technology-laden benchmark. The S&P 500 index finished up 0.5% at 3,116, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 0.3%, pressured lower by declines in components Boeing Co. and Exxon Mobil . Early in the session, stocks got a boost from another Dow component Pfizer Inc. , which reported positive results from its clinical trial for a COVID-19 vaccine candidate. An upbeat report on manufacturing activity from the Institute for Supply Management and a private-sector report from ADP also helped to stoke the buying mood on Wall Street, ahead of a highly anticipated nonfarm-payrolls report due on Thursday due to the July 4th holiday in the U.S.

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