Most active stocks today January 13 2020

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These are the most active stocks today January 13, 2020 as of 1:50 ET time for the US stock market:

1.NIO Limited (NIO), 3.6950 +0.1850 +5.2707%

2. General Electric Company (GE) 12.02 +0.35 +3.04%

3. Ford Motor Company (F) 9.17 -0.08 -0.86%

4. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) 48.47 +0.30 +0.62%

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All data is from Yahoo Finance.

US stock market update January 13 2020

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US stock market update. After two hours from the open today this is the latest US stock market update:

S&P 500: 3,279.15,+13.80(+0.42%)
Dow 30: 28,877.34,+53.57(+0.19%)
Nasdaq: 9,231.78,+52.92(+0.58%)
Russell 2000: 1,660.53,+2.88(+0.17%)
Crude Oil: 58.17,-0.87(-1.47%)
Gold: 1,552.70,-7.40(-0.47%)

Source: Yahoo Finance

Stock market news January 13 2020

Stock market news

Latest stock market news. Stock trading, stock investing, business, finance news:

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” The stock market could have its day of reckoning over the next few days if earnings don’t live up to investors’ optimism.

The US stock market is approaching a do-or-die moment as US companies struggle to live up to investors’ lofty expectations.
The market’s valuations have become stretched, creating near impossible growth expectations for 2020.
This week as earnings season kicks off, investors can get a sense of whether or not the market can keep going.
Warnings about a US stock market crash have been plentiful over the past month as several key events threatened to take down the bull market we’ve all grown to love.

Despite news of escalating tension between the US an Iran and ongoing impeachment proceedings in Washington, stocks have continued to march higher. But this week could offer a day of reckoning to fearless investors who’ve remained committed to their equities positions despite the troubling headlines. ” Source: https://www.ccn.com/preview-us-stock-market-rally-hinges-on-massive-week-ahead/

Stocks making 52-week lows for the week ending on January 10 2020

Stocks making 52-week lows

Stock market news. Stock trading, stock investing. These stocks made a 52-week low on Friday, January 10, 2020. Investing in stocks is risky, so further due diligence is required for these stocks. Here are these stocks making 52-week lows:

1. Sprint Corporation (S), close 4.8800-0.1200 (-2.40%)

2. Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (SPR), close 69.70-3.09 (-4.25%)

3. Woori Financial Group Inc. (WF), close, 27.15-0.47 (-1.70%)

4. Qurate Retail, Inc. (QRTEA), close 8.50+0.54 (+6.78%)

5. Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (CNK), close 31.13+0.13 (+0.42%)

6. Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (SIX), close 35.96-7.80 (-17.82%)

7. Virtu Financial, Inc. (VIRT), close 15.22-0.62 (-3.91%)

Source: Yahoo Finance

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US Stock Market News January 10 2020 GIF

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Stock market GIF, January 10, 2020. Investing, trading, stocks. From investing for beginners to investing in stocks here is a stock market gif for stock market news on Friday, January 10, 2020.

Stock market news January 10 2020
Stock market news January 10 2020

Stock market news January 10 2020

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Jobs report: U.S. economy adds 145,000 jobs in December, unemployment rate holds at 3.5%

“The U.S. labor market capped off 2019 with fewer than expected job gains and decelerating wage growth. The joblessness rate, however, held at a 50-year low.

Here were the main results from the Department of Labor’s report Friday compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg:

  • Change in non-farm payrolls: +145,000 vs. +160,000 expected and +256,000 in November
  • Unemployment rate: 3.5vs. 3.5% expected and 3.5% in November
  • Average hourly earnings, month on month: +0.1%vs. +0.3% expected and +0.3% in November
  • Average hourly earnings, year on year: +2.9%vs. +3.1% expected and +3.1% in November

The latest jobs report included downward revisions to both October and November’s payroll gains. New jobs in October totaled 152,000, down 4,000 from the previous estimate. And payrolls in November were revised down by 10,000 to 256,000.”. Source: Yahoo Finance.

How stock market closed today

The December jobs report why is the stock market down today is the main reason why is the stock market down today. At close on Friday, December 10, 2020 this the stock market market update:

  • S&P 500: 3,265.35,-9.35(-0.29%)
  • Dow 30: 28,823.77,-133.13(-0.46%)
  • Nasdaq: 9,178.86,-24.57(-0.27%)
  • Russell 2000: 1,657.64,-7.34(-0.44%)

The US stock market is waiting for the December jobs report today

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Economic and financial news move the stock market, as they are supposed to do so. Today a very important economic indicator, the December jobs report, non-farm payrolls will be released at 8:30 AM EST time. It can move stocks as in the past there has been increased volatility, as in the forex market as well.

What the US stock market is anticipating from the jobs report today

“The U.S. Department of Labor will deliver its December jobs report at 8:30 a.m. ET Friday.

The release is expected to cap off a strong year for the labor market, with the unemployment rate holding at a 50-year low and payrolls rising even as a temporary boost from November fades.

Here are the main results expected from the report, according to Bloomberg-compiled data as of Thursday afternoon:

Change in non-farm payrolls: +160,000 expected, vs. +266,000 in November

Unemployment rate: 3.5% expected, vs. 3.5% in November

Average hourly earnings, month on month: +0.3% expected, vs. +0.2% in November

Average hourly earnings, year on year: +3.1% expected, +3.1% in November

Payroll gains are poised to decrease in December after surging in November, when General Motors employees striking between September and October returned to work and pushed up results. But the end of the strike only accounted for a net 41,000 of November’s payroll gains – meaning underlying job growth was still well above the one-year trend even aside from the one-time effect.”. Source : Yahoo Finance.