Stock market today: Live updates

Stock market today: Live updates

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Traders deal with the flooring of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on February 27, 2023 in New York City.

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Stock futures are decently lower Monday night as financiers gotten ready for the Federal Reserve’s May policy conference to begin.

Futures connected to the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 44 points, or 0.1%. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq-100 futures each likewise shed 0.1%.

The moves follow modest decreases in the routine trading session. The Dow and Nasdaq Composite both lost about 0.1%, while the S&P 500 completed simply a little listed below its flatline.

Investors were concentrated on the bank sector following the statement that JPMorgan Chase won the weekend auction for distressed First RepublicBank As part of the arrangement, JPMorgan obtained all of the local bank’s deposits and a “substantial majority of assets.” CEO Jamie Dimon stated the offer ought to assist end part of the market crisis, which was at first triggered by the closure of Silicon Valley Bank in March.

But the soft activity seen in Monday’s routine session is common in the days leading up to a Fed policy conference, according to Jamie Cox, handling partner for Harris FinancialGroup Members of the Federal Open Market Committee will start their policy conference Tuesday, with a statement on rate of interest and a subsequent interview anticipated Wednesday.

“Markets just sit around and wait until the Fed meeting begins, and then the positioning starts,” Cox stated. “This is sort of the calm before the storm.”

Elsewhere, financiers are looking for news on the financial obligation ceiling. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen alerted the U.S. might lack steps to pay its financial obligations as early as June 1.

Beyond the start of the Fed conference Tuesday, financiers will expect information on task openings, factory orders and light car sales on the financial front. Uber, Pfizer and Molson Coors are amongst business set to report incomes prior to the bell, followed by Ford, Starbucks, Advanced Micro Devices and Caesars Entertainment after the marketplace closes.