|Day Low/High||51.18 / 52.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||38.48 / 56.61|
Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
Earlier market optimism faded as Wednesday wore on and a financials rally gave way to a selloff in Dow Jones Industrial Average component IBM and energy shares.
The S&P 500 hugs the flatline on Wednesday afternoon as a selloff in crude oil prices and energy shares counters better-than-expected earnings from Morgan Stanley.
Earnings drive markets again on Wednesday with IBM dragging on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Morgan Stanley driving financials, and broader markets, higher.
Stock futures move higher on Wednesday morning as Morgan Stanley joins other banks in reporting a better-than-expected first quarter.
It really is that simple. Mr. and Ms. Market no longer trust the outlook for domestic economic growth.
First-quarter earnings season is set to continue next week as more large U.S. banks report earlier in the week, setting the tone for markets.
The four 'too big to fail' money center banks and five large regional banks peaked as March began. They will report earnings April 13 to 21, under negative weekly charts.
The exchange-traded funds for regional and community banks, and home construction began April in bull market territory since the election, but the bank ETFs are down year to date.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends Monday in the red, its eighth day of losses in a row and its longest losing streak since August 2011.
Stocks are mixed on Monday as Wall Street shakes off worries over the way forward for the Trump White House.
On 3/29/17, US Bancorp's Series G Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.375, payable on 4/17/17. As a percentage of USB.
On 3/29/17, US Bancorp's Series F Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.4062, payable on 4/17/17. As a percentage of USB.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
Stocks fall on Monday morning as Donald Trump's failure to push through health care reform raises doubts over his ability to enact other promised changes.
Artwork featuring sparklers lighting a night sky with rainbow colors is the winner of the LGBT Debit Card Design Contest by U.
Daniel Tarullo, the Fed governor who effectively filled the job even though he wasn't confirmed by the Senate and didn't have the title, said last month he was stepping down.
Reduce holdings on BB&T, M&T Bank, PNC Financial, SunTrust and U.S. Bancorp, given their overbought charts and negative divergences in momentum.