|Day Low/High||166.10 / 174.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||131.80 / 225.36|
The S&P 500 closed at 1848, up 10 points for a half percent gain on Wednesday, essentially bringing the market back to flat following a shaky start.
Depending on your risk appetite, it makes sense to keep it light heading into this weekend.
Thursday's trading debacle at the Nasdaq won't necessarily damage the company's own stock over the long term, says Gaston Ceron, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.
CME Group solidly beat estimates in Q2, and oil and interest rate trading will push shares higher, says Ken Leon, analyst at S&P Capital IQ.
Earnings from Yelp and Facebook helped to lift stock futures ahead of the ECB meeting, while the CME disappointed - Debra Borchardt details.
Amazon and Starbucks report earnings after the close causing prices to fluctuate wildly - Debra Borchardt gives details.
Jill Malandrino of Options Profits and Danny Riley, CEO of MrTopStep, review trading activity and volume in the S&P cash and futures.
CME Group has reportedly contacted Deutsche Boerse regarding potentially entering merger discussions.
Derivatives volumes are falling, while ICE prepares to take over the New York Stock Exchange. Dan Dicker looks at the future for the exchanges.