For the week ended March, 22nd, 2019 U.S. stocks dipped slightly with the S&P 500 closing down less than 1%. Poor industrial sentiment data out of Europe was the culprit of choice among market commentators. Equities had slightly rallied mid-week following the dovish Fed statements indicating no likely rate increases on the horizon but caused U.S.
For the week ended March 15th, U.S.
For the week ending March 8th, U.S. stocks were primarily negative with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones both down a little over 2 percent. Small caps fared worse, down over -4%. The slight drawdown was largely attributed to worries on perceived weakening in the global economy, particularly Europe, and concerns around the timing/structure of a US-China trade deal.
For the week ended March 1, 2019, U.S.