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Google Business NewsSep 19, 2020
Dow Jones Futures: Stock Market Rally Still Fighting, But Bears Landing The Punches; Trump Backs TikTok Deal, Tesla Battery Day Looms - Investor's Business Daily
Dow Jones Futures: Stock Market Rally Still Fighting, But Bears Landing The Punches; Trump Backs TikTok Deal, Tesla Battery Day Looms  Investor's Business DailyStocks end lower after a turbulent week  CNN3 Blue-Chip Stocks to Trade  InvestorPlaceUS benchmarks on the slide Friday after US app ban decision  Proactive Investors USA & CanadaNasdaq opens higher as tech selloff calms  

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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 18, 2020
Stock-market benchmarks wipe out weekly gains amid Friday selloff but Tesla is a port in the storm
U.S. stocks on Friday were seeing heavy selling pressure, led by declines in large-capitalization technology-related companies. The selling action managed to erase weekly gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average , the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite . On the day, the Dow was off 1.2% at 27,570, the S&P 500 index was trading 1.5% lower at 3,307, well below its 50-day moving average at around 3,343.34, according to FactSet data. The Nasdaq was nearly 1.8% lower on the session at 10,711. For the week, the Dow was down 0.4% for the week, the S&P 500 was seeing a 1.1% weekly decline, while the Nasdaq was on track for a 1.4% weekly loss. A weekly decline would represent the longest such streak since three weekly declines ended Oct. 4 of 2019 for the Dow and the S&P 500. For the Nasdaq, would mark the longest weekly losing streak since the four-week stretch ended Aug. 23, 2019. However, some stocks were maintaining altitude in the market, including popular Tesla Inc. , which was up 3% despite the broad-market downturn.

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MarketWatchSep 18, 2020
Market Snapshot: Dow under pressure Friday as tech stocks stumble, dragging down S&P 500, Nasdaq
U.S. stock indexes were lower Friday, with the indexes trying to avoid slumping for a third week in a row, amid uncertainty about a fresh round of fiscal stimulus from Washington lawmakers and concerns about tensions between the U.S. and China.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 16, 2020
S&P 500 snaps 3-session win streak Wednesday as tech gets pummeled and Fed signals near 0% interest rates until 2023
U.S. stock benchmarks on Wednesday finished mostly lower as the Federal Reserve held key interest rates unchanged at a range of 0% and 0.25%, as expected, but signaled that interest rates would remain lower for at least the next three years as the economy attempts to clamber out of the coronavirus-induced recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up a meager 37 points, or 0.1%, at 28,032, but the index saw a more-than 300-point intraday swing in the aftermath of the Fed's announcement at 2 p.m. Eastern Time. The S&P 500 index declined 0.5% at around 3,386, driven lower by technology , off 1.6%, and communication services , down 1.2%. The tech-laden Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 1.3% at 11,050. Meanwhile, the small-capitalization Russell 2000 index outperformed its peers, finishing up more than 1% (on a preliminary basis). The Fed said it doesn't expect to raise rates until the end of 2023 at the earliest and set out new economic conditions that must be met before it will raise them. The Fed said it decided to keep rates near 0% and expects this will be appropriate until two things happen: labor market conditions return to the "maximum employment" and inflation has risen to 2% and "is on track to moderately exceed 2% for some time." Most economists thought the Fed would hold off on its forward guidance until November or December.

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