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As of 09:10 24 April 2017 - Market closed
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Wall Street edges lower on Friday

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

Nasdaq hits new high on tax cut hopes

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



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.

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. 



Goldman Sachs leads Dow Jones lower

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

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."


US investors upbeat after long weekend

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



US shares fall for third straight day

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

US markets end lower

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Wall Street fell for a third straight day as bank stocks dragged and investors continued to mull geopolitical tensions.

The Dow Jones index lost 0.67%, the S&P 500 shed 0.68%, and the Nasdaq fell 0.53%.

Wells Fargo shares fell 3.3% after the bank reported a drop in mortgage banking revenue.

And despite a healthy earnings reports, Citigroup saw its shares slip 0.8% and JPMorgan lost 1.17%.


Global tensions drag down Wall Street

US shares close lower as investors' concern continues over problems posed by Syria and North Korea.
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