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As of 17:56 26 July 2017 - Market closed
index value 2477.83 index change: 0.70 index change percentage: up 0.03%
Open
2479.97
Previous close
2477.83
52 week high
2481.69
52 week low
2085.18

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Latest updates Wall Street Market Reports

Today 26.07.2017

21:26

Shares steady as Fed signals rate rise 'soon'

US shares came off earlier highs but closed up despite hints that the Fed will begin unwinding its stimulus programme.

Yesterday 25.07.2017

21:28

Wall Street boosted by strong results

Caterpillar and McDonald's both rise more than 4%, sending the Dow Jones higher.

24.07.2017

22:07

Nasdaq surges to fresh record high

Investors are holding back ahead of a two-day Fed meeting, which starts on Tuesday.

21.07.2017

21:32

General Electric weighs on Wall Street

Quarterly profits at the US conglomerate fell almost 60%, disappointing investors.
00:59

Wall Street flat as results scrutinised

US shares were little changed as investors assessed the latest wave of results.

19.07.2017

23:25

US stocks hit new highs

US markets climb, led by energy, healthcare and technology stocks.

18.07.2017

21:48

Goldman Sachs weighs on Dow Jones

Results from two of the US's biggest banks failed to impress investors.

17.07.2017

21:58

Netflix and broader market on rise

Investors are positioning themselves as a slew of major companies prepare to report quarterly earnings.

14.07.2017

21:26

Wall Street higher but bank shares slip

Bank shares fall as investors study the latest results from JP Morgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo.

13.07.2017

23:28

Wall Street stocks close higher

Financial stocks lift Wall Street as investors await results from several big banks.
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