On Thursday, Sept. 21, the U.S. stock markets ended significantly lower, with investors analyzing economic data after the Federal Reserve’s decision on interest rates. U.S. jobless claims dropped to 201,000 for the week ending Sept. 16, the lowest since January, compared to the expected 225,000.
Asia Falls, Eurozone And Commodities Trade Lower After Fed Rate Decision – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 21, 6:46 AM
On Wednesday, September 20, the U.S. stock markets closed in red as the Federal Reserve opted to keep the federal funds rate from 5.25% to 5.5% during its September meeting. Most S&P 500 sectors ended lower, with communication services and information technology sectors posting the largest losses, while consumer staples, utilities, and real estate sectors showed slight gains.
Asia Declines, Eurozone Trades In Green While Crude Drops In Anticipation of US Fed Meet – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 20, 7:05 AM
On Tuesday, September 19, the U.S. stock markets closed lower, driven by risk-off sentiment, as the U.S. Federal Reserve began its highly anticipated two-day monetary policy meeting.
Asia Closes in Red, Eurozone Trades Higher While Crude Stays above $90 – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 19, 6:47 AM
On Monday, September 18, the U.S. markets closed with a slight uptick, as stocks stayed relatively stable, with a heightened emphasis on assessing future interest rate trends. Most S&P 500 sectors ended positively on Monday, with energy and tech leading the gains, while consumer discretionary and real estate sectors saw declines.
Asian Markets Mixed, Eurozone Trades In Red While Crude Oil Gains – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 18, 6:55 AM
On Friday, September 15, the U.S. markets ended lower, with S&P 500 and Nasdaq posting losses for the second consecutive week. U.S. stocks deepened their decline and ended lower following a week of varied economic data, with investors shifting their focus to the Federal Reserve's upcoming interest rate decision next week.
Asian Markets Mixed, Europe Trades Higher Influenced By ECB’s Signal Of Ending Rate Hike Cycle – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 15, 7:40 AM
On Thursday, September 14, U.S. markets ended higher; the Dow surged over 300 points, its biggest single-day gain in over five weeks. The increase was driven by the strong performance of the U.S. consumer sector, supported by recent retail sales data.
Asian Markets Higher, Europe Trades In Green Following US Inflation Data – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 14, 6:26 AM
On Wednesday, September 13, the U.S. markets ended mixed as investors reacted to higher-than-anticipated August inflation data. The U.S. annual inflation rate climbed to 3.7%, surpassing the previous month's 3.2% and market expectations of 3.6%. Month-over-month, consumer prices rose by 0.6% in August, up from July's 0.2% growth.
Asia Closes Lower, Europe Down Ahead Of US Inflation Data – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 13, 6:09 AM
On Tuesday, September 12, the U.S. markets ended in red as investors prepared for the release of significant U.S. inflation figures. S&P 500 ended lower, with the information technology and communication services sectors experiencing the most significant declines.
Asian and European Markets Mixed, Energy Rises While US Futures Trade In Red – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 12, 6:42 AM
On Monday, September 11, the U.S. markets ended higher; the Nasdaq saw a substantial rise, boosted by Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) surge driven by optimism around artificial intelligence.
Asian Markets Remain Mixed, Crude Falls While Eurozone Economic Growth Outlook Downgraded – Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping
September 11, 7:13 AM
On Friday, September 8, the U.S. markets ended higher, driven by energy stocks, which climbed over 1%, supported by the recent decision by Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend supply cuts, maintaining momentum in oil prices.