The Nasdaq Stock Market is an American stock exchange. It is the second-largest stock exchange in the world by market capitalization, behind only the New York Stock Exchange located in the same city.
Wall Street's three main stock indexes closed lower amid investors' concerns over a new coronavirus outbreak in the US.
US stocks finished higher as market fears were partly relieved after President Donald Trump's comments on Iran's missile strike against Iraqi bases housing US forces.
US stocks closed higher on Thursday as investors digested the latest jobs data.
US stocks closed lower as investors monitored the latest development of trade issues between the United States and its major trading partners.
US stocks ended mixed on Wednesday. The Dow increased 0.33 per cent to 27,783.59, and the S&P 500 rose 0.07 per cent to 3,094.04, while the Nasdaq decreased 0.05 per cent to 8,482.10.
US stocks ended mixed on Wednesday, with the Dow little changed, as Wall Street digested decreased US labour productivity in the third quarter and a speech of Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans.
US stocks rallied on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for a third time this year.
US stocks climbed on Wednesday as investors pored through the newly-released Federal Reserve minutes while expecting the upcoming trade talks between the US and China.
US stocks ended lower, wrapping up the week on a negative note, as Wall Street parsed a slew of mixed data, including those related to consumer spending and durable goods, which offered clues for investors to assess the health of the US economy.
US stocks ended lower, as Wall Street digested a batch of tepid data, including the lackluster US GDP growth for the second quarter (Q2), and a fresh whistleblower complaint against US President Donald Trump.