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Biggest stock losers today May 14, 2021

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Biggest stock losers

These are the stocks that were among biggest stock losers today, May 14, 2021 for the US stock market.

  • MediaAlpha, Inc. (MAX): 34.80-3.67 (-9.54%)
  • Golden Agri-Resources Ltd (GARPF): 0.1900-0.0165 (-7.99%)
  • AbCellera Biologics Inc. (ABCL): 31.75-2.39 (-7.00%)

Stock market data: Yahoo Finance

Most active stocks for May 13, 2021

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Most active stocks for May 13, 2021
Most active stocks for May 13, 2021

Most active stocks, US stock market

These are the most active stocks for the US stock market on May 13, 2021.

Stock market data: Investing.com

Biggest stock losers for May 13, 2021

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Biggest stock losers for May 13, 2021
Biggest stock losers for May 13, 2021

Biggest stock losers on May 13, 2021, US stock market

These are the biggest stock losers on May 13 for the US stock market.

Stock market data: Investing.com

Biggest stock gainers for May 13, 2021

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Biggest stock gainers for May 13, 2021
Biggest stock gainers for May 13, 2021

Biggest stock gainers on May 13, 2021, US stock market

These are the biggest stock gainers on May 13, 2021, US stock market

Stock market data: Investing.com

Stocks at 52-week low for May 13, 2021

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Stocks at 52-week low for May 13, 2021
Stocks at 52-week low for May 13, 2021

Stocks at 52-week low for May 13, 2021, US stock market

These are the stocks at a 52-week low for May 13, 2021, US stock market.

Stock market data: Investing.com

Stocks at 52-week high for May 13, 2021

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Stocks at 52-week high for May 13, 2021
Stocks at 52-week high for May 13, 2021

Stocks at 52-week high for May 13, 2021, US stock market

These are the stocks at a 52-week high for May 13, 2021, US stock market.

Stock market data: Investing.com

Stock market today May 13, 2021

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Stock market today

Recovery for the US stock market today with all major stock indices closing higher. Small-cap stocks outperformed and tech stocks underperformed. Dow Jones gained 433 points, Nasdaq gained 93 points and S&P 500 gained 49 points. How did the US stock market close today?

S&P 500: 4,112.50,+49.46(+1.22%)
Dow 30: 34,021.45,+433.79(+1.29%)
Nasdaq: 13,124.99,+93.31(+0.72%)
Russell 2000: 2,170.95,+35.81(+1.68%)

Stock market news

“Stocks traded higher on Thursday, with investors digesting the latest stronger-than-expected print on the labor market’s recovery, while still eyeing spiking prices that could throttle the recovery.

The Dow reversed overnight losses to trade slightly above the flat line. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures also gained. Bitcoin prices (BTC-USD) sank more than 10% to hover around $50,000, after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric car-maker would stop accepting the cryptocurrency for vehicle purchases.

The rise in stocks on Thursday only partially reversed a sharp decline across the equity indexes on Wednesday. Fears of rising inflation hammered Wall Street after grim consumer price data sparked a sell-off in blue chip and technology shares, amplifying new concerns about the rebound from COVID-19. The Dow Jones Industrial Index (^DJI), S&P 500 Index (^GSPC)and Nasdaq (^IXIC) all plummeted, closing more than 2% lower on the day. Tech stocks suffered their worst day since March 18, according to Yahoo Finance data, while the Dow had its worst showing since late January.

Meanwhile, after Friday’s disappointing U.S. jobs report, all eyes Thursday were on initial jobless claims, which dipped below the psychologically-important threshold of 500,000 to a new pandemic-era low.

A weekend cyber-attack sharply drove up the cost of gas nationwide while sparking shortages, and those fears were partly alleviated after Colonial Pipeline — operator of the nation’s largest fuel pipeline network — said late Wednesday that it began restarting service to the East Coast.

However, the episode reflected widening fears that price pressures across a range of goods and sectors may be rousing themselves from an extended slumber. Although the U.S. economy is poised to grow at breakneck speed this year — which has underpinned rallying stocks — mounting supply shortages in the face of surging demand are threatening to fan inflation.”

Stock market data: Yahoo Finance

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Stock market today May 10, 2021

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Stock market today

Stock market today May 10, 2021. A selloff for tech stocks today, all major US stock indices closed lower. Tech stocks and small-cap stocks had a selloff today. The Nasdaq composite fell 350 points, and Russell 2000 index fell 58 points. Dow Jones closed almost flat, and S&P 500 lost 44 points. The closing numbers for the US stock market today are as follows.

S&P 500: 4,188.43,-44.17(-1.04%)
Dow 30: 34,742.82,-34.94(-0.10%)
Nasdaq: 13,401.86,-350.38(-2.55%)
Russell 2000: 2,212.70,-58.93(-2.59%)

Stock market news today

“Stocks fell on Monday, with technology stocks under more pressure as investors weighed the risks that higher inflation during the pandemic recovery might drag on high-growth names.

The Dow erased earlier gains to end lower, after the index set an intraday record of more than 35,000 during the session. The Nasdaq sank by 2.6% for its worst day since March, and the S&P 500 also ended lower.

Treasury yields were slightly higher across the long end of the curve, with the benchmark 10-year yield hovering below 1.6%. West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices (CL=F) and gasoline futures (RB=F) gained after the Colonial Pipeline, a top U.S. fuel pipeline operator, temporarily cut off its fuel lines after a cyberattack.

Elsewhere, Ether (ETH-USD), the token built on the Ethereum blockchain, set an all-time high of more than $4,000 before paring advances, giving back some gains after a rally that doubled prices for the second-largest cryptocurrency since the beginning of April. Bitcoin (BTC-USD) prices fell, dipping below $56,000.

Investors have been focused on the prospects of inflation during the economic recovery coming out of the coronavirus pandemic, with a surge in demand during reopenings apt to drive a surge in prices. This could in turn eventually prompt the Federal Reserve to tighten policies, and taken together, would risk weighing on the valuations of longer-duration growth stocks like those of technology companies especially.

Friday’s sharply disappointing jobs report at least temporarily assuaged traders’ concerns, with the miss viewed as adding fuel to policymakers’ assertions that a full economic recovery remains a ways off. But with commodity prices advancing and a number of major companies citing rising input and end-user prices due to supply and demand mismatches, inflationary concerns are set to remain a key theme for investors to watch in the coming months.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ April consumer price index (CPI) due out Wednesday and producer price index (PPI) on Thursday will show the latest change in prices for consumers and suppliers, with both indexes expected to show a marked jump over last year’s pandemic-depressed levels as demand resurges during the recovery.”

Stock market data: Yahoo Finance

Stocks at 52-week high for May 7, 2021

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Stocks at 52-week high for May 7, 2021
Stocks at 52-week high for May 7, 2021

Stocks at 52-week high for May 6, 2021, US stock market

These are the stocks at a 52-week high for May 6, 2021, US stock market.

Stock market data: Investing.com