In this week's recap: Tech stocks and strong indicators lead a week of economic advancement.
In this week's recap: Markets react positively to infrastructure proposals; S&P 500 rises above 4,000 for the first time.
In this week's recap: Weakness in tech and high-growth stocks leads to a rocky week; Yellen and Powell signal optimism.
In this week's recap: The White House signs COVID‐19 fiscal relief bill into law; the economy reacted positively.
In this week's recap: Rising bond yields deliver a blow to stocks; Fed Chair affirms commitment to current money policy.
In this week's recap: Vaccinations and declining case numbers result in economic optimism; Fed Chair says no change for now.
Stocks notched strong gains last week, paced by a string of solid economic reports and consensus‐beating corporate earnings.
Despite strong corporate earnings, stock prices closed lower after a volatile week of trading triggered by unprecedented activity in a handful of companies.
In this week's recap: A streak of optimism on fiscal stimulus and vaccines boosts the markets; Yellen tells Congress to "act big."
Markets drifted lower last week as uninspired investors digested mixed news on the economic front.
In this week's recap: Despite continued COVID‐19 woes and unrest in Washington D.C., the stock market starts 2021 on a high.