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Dow Jones futures: The Magnificent Seven stocks tumbled Monday, as Alphabet, Nvidia and Tesla stock finished with sharp losses.
Stocks slipped on Wall Street ahead of some key reports this week on the job market that might provide more insight into the Federal Reserve’s thinking about interest rates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 41 points, and the Nasdaq composite fell 0.8%. Alaska Airlines slumped after it said it would buy Hawaiian Airlines.
Stocks fell on Monday, retreating after marking five straight weeks of gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 41 points, or 0.1%. The S&P 500 fell 0.5%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite led the way south, falling 0.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite was leading the way lower on Monday, down 1.1%. If that holds until the close, it would be the largest one-day percentage decline for the index since Oct. 26 when the Nasdaq fell 1.
Pension fund’s share of Britain’s stock markets has fallen to a record low, official figures show, as they seek more profitable returns overseas.
U.S. stocks fell on Monday after rallying the previous week, on caution ahead of a slew of economic data due this week that will likely put to test the narrative of the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates by early next year. U.S. stocks kicked off December on an upbeat note, extending gains from the previous month that were driven by robust earnings and expectations that the Fed was done with its rate-hiking campaign. The benchmark S&P 500 registered its highest close of the year on Friday as remarks from Fed Chair Jerome Powell bolstered the peak rates view.
Stocks slipped at the start of Monday, threatening to end their winning streak as markets await a flurry of labor market data later this week. At noon., the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 136 points, or 0.
Our concerns that the equity markets are likely to experience some consolidation/retracement of their gains from the October lows have fallen on deaf ears -- so far.
"The US jobs report next Friday will be the highlight of the week, with the University of Michigan data also in focus," Deutsche Bank said in a note on Monday, estimating the economy produced 130,000 in November, with the unemployment rate unchanged at 3.9%.
The Dow Jones fell Monday, as bitcoin surged above $42,000 for the first time since April 2022. Nvidia and Tesla stock sold off.