Indices traded into the green zone on Tuesday. Technology brands such as Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook, and Intel posted gains. Brands stepped up on a variety of economic news.
We give our take on first quarter market action and answer the question, “is the market expensive?”
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Indices closed with gains on Monday. The Nasdaq traded to a new record high. Technology brands such as Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Alphabet ramped up. Stocks stepped up on a variety of economic news.
Indices closed in red territory on Friday. Stocks traded slightly lower on a variety of economic news. Bureau of Economic Analysis figures showed the U.S. economy expanded at a pace of 0.7% in the first quarter.
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Indices ended trading with gains on Thursday. The Nasdaq closed at yet another record high ahead of a deluge of earnings from the likes of Intel, Alphabet and Amazon.
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Indices ended trading fractionally in the red zone on Wednesday. Early market momentum faded late in the day. Brands such as Twitter and Chipotle jumped up on the release of quarterly earnings.