Cardillo’s Corner

June 10, 2021

Wall Street ends slightly in the red ahead of US inflation

The New York Stock Exchange ended another lackluster session slightly in the red on Wednesday, but still close to all-time highs ahead of US inflation figures […]
June 7, 2021

Wall Street concludes sharply higher after US employment, S&P 500 near record

The New York Stock Exchange finished solidly in the green on Friday, paradoxically reassured by mixed US employment figures, which show that the Fed can be […]
June 7, 2021

LIVE MARKETS-May jobs report deep dive: Hot + cold = just right – Reuters

All 3 major U.S. stock indexes rise, Nasdaq in the lead Tech biggest gainer among S&P sectors; energy down most STOXX up closes up 0.41% Oil, […]
June 3, 2021

Oil Near Multi-Year High as US Supplies Fall — Market Talk

US benchmark oil prices are little changed, down 0.1% at $68.75 a barrel, and the global benchmark Brent is down 0.1% at $71.27 a barrel as […]
June 2, 2021

Wall Street hesitates at the close of the first June session

The New York Stock Exchange, which started higher the first session in June, ended hesitant as bond yields strengthened slightly and oil prices rose sharply on […]
June 1, 2021

Lefonti – 6-1-21

May 28, 2021

LIVE MARKETS-Too darn hot? Friday data suggests the summer could be a scorcher – Reuters

Major U.S. stock indexes green; chips lead Euro STOXX 600 index up ~0.6% Dollar, crude edge higher; gold dips; bitcoin down >4%% U.S. 10-Year Treasury yield […]
May 28, 2021

George Floyd, un anno dopo: Corporate America ancora indietro

Verso revisioni sull’uguaglianza razziale? Settimana positiva a Wall Street
May 26, 2021

The New York Stock Exchange ends in the red

Wall Street ended lower on Tuesday, failing to maintain its momentum from the previous day and the start of the session after disappointing indicators. The Dow […]