The S&P 500 bags a record close on Wednesday as investors clocked out early for the Thanksgiving break.
Trading is slow and volume is light as investors clock out early for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Wall Street sifts through a bunch of data on Wednesday morning.
U.S. stock futures turn lower following data on jobless claims and durable goods orders.
A surprise drop in consumer confidence gives a shock to the markets on Tuesday.
A surprise jump in third-quarter GDP triggers fears an economic recovery further along than expected could mean a return to normal monetary policy for the Federal Reserve sooner than forecast.
U.S. stocks slip from session highs on Tuesday, even after third-quarter GDP posts a surprise jump to 3.9% from an initial reading of 3.5%.
U.S. stock futures climb on Tuesday as third-quarter GDP is upwardly revised, topping estimates.
Investors continue to celebrate stimulus measures announced by China's central bank and the European Central Bank late last week.
Stocks flirt with intraday record highs and maintain recent buoyancy as global optimism combines with seasonal cheer.