premarket trading

Traders were keeping their powder dry again Tuesday while waiting for the Federal Reserve interest rate announcement due out on Wednesday.
A rumored buyout of EV maker Lucid sent shares soaring Monday morning. The Federal Reserve meeting on interest rates begins Tuesday, and that will be what influences investors until Wednesday's...
Tesla led the major stock indexes higher Thursday. Early Friday, Dow component Intel was leading markets down.
Tesla reported quarterly results Wednesday afternoon that were better than expected, IBM announced a layoff and Chevron tripled its buyback program.
Tuesday got off to a rocky start and wound up with a mixed close that chilled traders in Wednesday's premarket session.
Premarket trading was more measured Tuesday morning after Monday's solid gains in all three major indexes.
Stocks had a good day on Friday, with all three major indexes rising by at least 1%. Monday's premarket is in wait-and-see mode, showing just fractional moves around the break-even line.
Thursday was a second consecutive down day, especially for growth stocks. Friday is off to a somewhat better start, as premarket trading in Netflix is lifting all growth boats. Will it last all day?
Stocks were hammered on Wednesday, and Thursday's premarket action added to the damage.
U.S. markets closed mixed on Tuesday and traded slightly higher Wednesday morning, ahead of reports on the producer price index and retail sales.
Investors were cautious Tuesday morning, following the Monday holiday. Crude oil and bitcoin trended higher, but stocks and gold were trading lower.
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After a week of modest gains, Friday's premarket session was shaping up as a downer. All three major indexes were trading lower.
All eyes Thursday morning were focused on the CPI report due out before markets open for regular trading.
The major U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Tuesday and traded modestly higher in Wednesday's premarket. Plus, some thoughts on Tuesday's big movers.