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As of 12:17 25 April 2017 - Market open
index value 6025.77 index change: 41.95 index change percentage: up 0.70%
Open
6004.16
Previous close
5983.82
52 week high
6026.02
52 week low
4594.44

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Today 25.04.2017

15:05

Nasdaq hits 6,000 level for first time

Stocks on Wall Street continue to rise, buoyed by strong company results.

Yesterday 24.04.2017

22:51

Nasdaq hits record as US stocks rally

Stocks on Wall Street join in the global rally triggered by the French election result.

21.04.2017

21:28

Wall Street edges lower on Friday

Wall Street's main markets fall on mixed earnings and cautious sentiment ahead of the French elections.
00:46

Nasdaq hits new high on tax cut hopes

Wall Street bounces back on Thursday, with the Nasdaq Composite hitting a new record high.

19.04.2017

23:40

More woe for IBM weighs on Dow Jones

Poor results at IBM turn the firm into the biggest loser on the Dow Jones index on Wednesday.
21:17
Breaking

Dow and S&P fall

The S&P 500 and Dow closed lower while the Nasdaq rose as investors digested the latest round of results. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.6% to 20,403 points - its lowest level since February - while the S&P 500 lost 0.2% to 2,338 points.

The Nasdaq gained 0.2% to 5,863 points. 

18.04.2017

22:49

Goldman Sachs leads Dow Jones lower

Some weaker-than-expected company results pull US share markets lower on Tuesday.
21:25

Wall Street falls

US markets have closed lower after Goldman Sachs led the Dow fallers, shedding 4.7%, while Johnson & Johnson fell 3.1% in the wake of their disappointing quarterly results.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% to 20,523 points, while the S&P 500 dropped 0.3% to 2,342 points.

Tim Ghriskey, chief investment officer of Solaris Asset Management, said: "There is some nervousness out there about the economy, geopolitical issues and general unpredictability as well."

00:29

US investors upbeat after long weekend

Wall Street ends in positive territory with investors upbeat after the three-day weekend.

13.04.2017

22:57

US shares fall for third straight day

Wall Street closes lower as investors mull geopolitical tensions and assess a wave of bank results.
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