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) throughout early morning trading on February 01, 2023 in New YorkCity

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U.S. stock futures fell Wednesday as Wall Street resumed a holiday-shortened week and sought to Federal Reserve conference minutes can be found in the afternoon.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell by 160 points, or 0.5%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 futures dipped 0.4% and 0.5%, respectively.

Markets were closed Tuesday for the Fourth of July vacation. They closed early Monday.

Minutes from the June 13-14 Fed conference due Wednesday afternoon might supply more information on where financial policy is heading. While the choice to hold rate of interest consistent was not a surprise, indicators that members see a minimum of 2 more walkings prior to completion of the year did capture the marketplace off guard. Since then, policymakers have actually supplied additional indicators that they see more work ahead prior to inflation is revived down to an appropriate level.

Traders are likewise expecting May factory orders information out Wednesday after the marketplace open. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones are expecting an increase of 0.6%, which would be higher than the 0.4% boost the previous month.

Investors are coming off a favorable session Monday, which started the start of a brand-new month, quarter and half-year for traders. Stocks increased a little throughout the reduced trading day, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average including 10.87 points, or 0.03%. The S&P 500 increased 0.12%, while the Nasdaq Composite closed 0.21% greater.

Those gains constructed on a strong start to the year. Last week, the Nasdaq liquidated its finest very first half of the year given that 1983, while the S&P 500 notched its finest first-half advance given that 2019, as a rise in interest in expert system buoyed financier optimism in stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was the laggard, increasing simply 3.8%.

“We’ve been bullish. We still think there’s a rally,” Carson Group’s Ryan Detrick informed CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Monday, including, “Maybe we’re due for a pullback sometime August, September, October — perfectly normal — but we’d be a buyer of any weakness.”