US stocks

U.S. equity investors decided to pull out some profits on Monday, after Wall Street’s major indices posted new intraday records at the opening.
Our yesterday's intraday trading outlook was neutral.
U.S. equity markets are expected to open relatively unchanged from Thursday as we await the release of some important inflation data.
After Monday’s sell-off, Wall Street opened sharply higher as downbeat tech names found support on “bargain” hunting and amid short-side profit-taking.

U.S. stocks fell on Thursday morning, extending a selloff from the day before as investors remained worried about weak energy prices, U.S. corporate earnings and the global economy.

U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday after weekend comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer appeared to keep the possibility of a September rate hike alive.
U.S. stocks fell in early trading on Wednesday as investors waited for the release of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting for clues on when interest rates would be increased.