Stocks

July 1, 2022

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Schwab Market Update: Q3 Starts Off Positively, but Markets Notch Weekly Losses

U.S. equities started Q3 off on a high note, rallying from the lows of the day to finish in the plus column.

Despite Valiant Last-Hour Push, Stocks End Session Lower

While off the worst levels of the day, U.S. equities finished noticeably lower, as recession worries remained elevated, buoyed by the implications of the Fed and other key central banks aggressively tightening monetary policies.

Markets Show Resiliency in Final Hour

In another choppy trading session, U.S. equities finished mixed, with the S&P 500 and NASDAQ very near the unchanged mark, after investors appeared to struggle with conviction on the heels of yesterday's sharp drawdown.

Momentum from Bear Market Bounce Fails Again

U.S. equities finished solidly to the downside, reversing earlier gains, as the markets continue to struggle to keep the positive momentum from bouncing off bear market lows.

Equities Waver Following Last Week’s Rally

U.S. equities closed lower as stocks failed to capitalize on the early momentum from last week's sharp rally that brought the S&P 500 out of bear market territory.

Stocks Rise and Post a Weekly Gain

U.S. stocks closed solidly higher and, in the process, snapped a three-week losing streak for the broad-based S&P 500 Index which had posted weekly declines in 10 out of last 11 weeks.

Stock Market Volatility: Recession Worries Return

What our experts think about the recent stock market drop.

Growth vs. Value: What Does It Mean?

Performance underneath the surface is sometimes markedly different from the action at the Growth and Value index level.

Understanding Share Classes

A look at the differences between stock share classes—and why you should care.

Doom and Gloom: When Will It End?

Bearish sentiment is becoming a contrarian support; but for now, aggressive Fed action, tightening financial conditions, and the liquidity drain may keep downward pressure on stocks.