During the last few weeks, the Dow Jones Index and the S&P 500 have seen wild price movements as investors price in coronavirus risks and policy support.
Futures are pointing to a massive fall in US stock markets today. The markets have fallen over the last two weeks. There will likely be more pain ahead.
Yesterday, the rise in the Dow Jones was the sharpest since 2009. Could US stock markets rise more? Futures are pointing to a strong opening today.
The Dow Jones Index (#DIA) and the S&P 500 (#SPY) each fell by fell 4.4% on Thursday. US stock markets entered into correction territory.
The Dow Jones Index fell 0.46% on Wednesday. In an interesting twist, President Trump and Jeffrey Gundlach put some of the blame on Democrats.
During his visit to India, President Trump warned about a stock market crash if he isn't reelected. So far, US stock markets have fallen this week.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average Index fell by 3.6% or 1,000 points on Monday. Was the reaction mild or could the coronavirus trigger a stock market crash?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 made fresh records last year. Could there be an imminent crash in the stock market?
The US and China are expected to sign the phase of the US-China trade deal next week. The two sides agreed to the agreement in December.