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5,653.34+37.99 (+0.68%)
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Previous close5,615.35
Day's range5,632.64 - 5,666.94
52-week range4,103.78 - 5,666.94
Avg. volume3,836,456,721
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    A broadening out won't exclude consumer sectors: Strategist

    US equities (^GSPC, ^DJI, ^IXIC) opened higher on Monday morning as the market gears up for a big week of earnings across multiple sectors. While Big Tech has been a driver of the markets in the past, could there finally be a broadening out across markets, and will that broadening out sustain gains? Russell Investments President and Chief Investment Officer Kate El-Hillow joins Morning Brief to discuss how markets may play out as earnings season kicks into high gear. El-Hillow frames her perspective on the consumer: "You start to look at the consumers as we go into earnings season, like is there... more discipline probably in the consumer spending. You're starting to see a little bit more weakness. But they're healthy still. What's that going to mean for the consumer sectors? And what are we going to get from a forward guidance perspective? But we think that there's going to be a bit of a broadening out that comes through. And we're excited for the season to start." El-Hillow follows up by commenting on the strength of the consumer, believing the consumer sector won't be excluded from the broadening out: "We think the consumer is still strong. I think it's looking for those forward signals and positioning for the second half of the year." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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    Dow Jones, S&P 500, Bitcoin Stocks Climb After Trump Assassination Attempt (Live Coverage)

    The Dow Jones and S&P 500 climbed after the attempt on Donald Trump's life. Trump Media and bitcoin stocks jumped.

  • Bloomberg

    S&P 500 Hits Fresh Highs as Long-Term Bonds Drop: Markets Wrap

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