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Market Status Update – 9/14/20

By Rocket Clicks | September 14, 2020
The latest Stock Market news with Tranel Financial The last couple of weeks have brought back some volatility that had been absent from the market recently. Here is our market update for the week of 9/7 – 9/11:   DJIA – down 1.6% S&P 500 – down 2.5% NASDAQ – down 4.1%   For the second week in a row, all 3 major US Indexes fell. The NASDAQ led the drop, falling into a correction on Tuesday as the index was down 10% from its’ record high set just a few days earlier. Many of the largest tech companies weighed… View Article

Market Status Update – 8/12/20

By The Tranel Financial Group | August 12, 2020
Get the latest Stock Market news with Tranel Financial We’re back with another market update. This time we’ll be covering the week of August 3 – August 7, 2020.   DJIA – up 3.9% S&P 500 – up 2.5% NASDAQ – up 2.5%   The S&P 500 moved positive for the 5th time in the last 6 weeks and is within 1% of the record high set earlier in the year, while the NASDAQ surged past its record set just a week prior and eclipsed 11,000 for the first time ever, on Thursday. Recent technology earnings have continued to push the… View Article
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Market Status Update – 7/13/20

By The Tranel Financial Group | July 13, 2020
Get the latest Stock Market news with Tranel Financial We hope you are all doing great and having a wonderful start to your week. It is time for our market update.   For the week of July 6th – 10th, the major market indexes finished as the following:   DJIA – up 1.0% S&P 500 – up 1.8% NASDAQ – up 4.0 %   Yet another strong week in the market recovery was led, once again, by the tech and consumer discretionary sectors. The market has posted two weeks of positive results in a row. A continued rise in COVID-19 cases… View Article