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Monday's session: most active stock in the S&P500 index

By Mill Chart

Last update: Sep 18, 2023

Let's have a look at the most active S&P500 stocks in today's session.

Today's most active stocks

TSLA-2.4%75.53M shares of TESLA INC (NASDAQ:TSLA) have been traded so far today. The share price decreased by 2.4%.
AAPL2.36%APPLE INC's (NASDAQ:AAPL) traded a high volume of 44.9M shares. NASDAQ:AAPL is advancing 2.36% today, demonstrating strong growth and market performance.
NVDA0.52%The trading volume for NVIDIA CORP (NASDAQ:NVDA) has been quite high, with 37.42M shares exchanged. Shares are rising by 0.52%.
AMD1.04%Today, there has been significant activity in the market for ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES (NASDAQ:AMD), with a total trading volume of 36.84M shares. NASDAQ:AMD is advancing 1.04% today. Earlier today the company had a press release: AMD Completes 4th Gen EPYC Family with the AMD EPYC 8004 Processors, Purpose Built for Cloud Services, Intelligent Edge and Telco.
F-2.42%29.66M shares of FORD MOTOR CO (NYSE:F) have been traded so far today. The market is witnessing a downward movement, with a 2.42% decrease in share prices.
AMZN-0.67%Today, the market has shown strong interest in AMAZON.COM INC (NASDAQ:AMZN) as 22.72M shares have already been traded. With a decline of 0.67%, NASDAQ:AMZN is facing a downward movement in its share price today.
INTC1.12%15.79M shares of INTEL CORP (NASDAQ:INTC) have been traded so far today. The share price increased by 1.12%. Earlier today the company had a press release: Intel Unveils Industry-Leading Glass Substrates to Meet Demand for More Powerful Compute.
T-0.46%Investors have been actively buying and selling shares of AT&T INC (NYSE:T) in today's session, resulting in a trading volume of 15.49M shares. Investors observed a notable downturn in the market as NYSE:T experienced a decline of 0.46%.
BAC-0.36%14.8M shares of BANK OF AMERICA CORP (NYSE:BAC) have been traded so far today. Investors witnessed a notable decrease in share prices, with a loss of 0.36%.
GOOGL0.54%So far, a total of 13.75M shares of ALPHABET INC-CL A (NASDAQ:GOOGL) have been traded in today's session. Shares are rising by 0.54% today, reflecting bullish market sentiment and upward price movement.

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The union has set a Friday deadline for talks, after which it could expand the strikes.

News Image2 hours ago - The GuardianUS autoworkers to expand strikes amid contract stalemate: ‘We’re not messing around’

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News Image3 hours ago - Yahoo FinanceDetroit Three under pressure to progress UAW talks, avoid wider auto strikes

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News Image13 hours ago - Barron'sGM Idles Another Plant as UAW Strike Impact Widens

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News Image13 hours ago - BusinessInsiderThe UAW strike at Ford, GM, and Stellantis could change the entire automotive industry forever

The UAW's lofty demands could change the face of auto labor and the way the Ford, GM, and Stellantis manage manufacturing costs.

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News Image18 hours ago - New York TimesFord Reaches a Labor Deal in Canada as U.S. Talks Inch Along

The United Auto Workers union is threatening to expand strikes on Friday if it does not make significant progress in talks with General Motors, Ford and Stellantis.

News Image19 hours ago - Yahoo FinanceUPDATE 1-UAW workers strike at Mercedes supplier ZF's plant in Alabama

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union said on Wednesday that 190 workers went on strike at Mercedes-supplier ZF's plant in Alabama, demanding higher pay and better healthcare benefits. ZF, which makes front axles used by Mercedes, said the plant in Tuscaloosa would operate while talks with the union continue. UAW members are also on a separate strike at three plants operated by the Detroit Three automakers - Ford Motor, General Motors and Stellantis - demanding better contracts from the companies.

News Image19 hours ago - CNBCGM and Stellantis just laid off over 2,000 additional workers because of the UAW's strike

The UAW's strike is already affecting other GM and Stellantis factories, where nearly 2,400 workers were laid off on Wednesday.

News Image19 hours ago - Yahoo FinanceDeadline from auto workers grows closer with no sign of a deal as Stellantis announces layoffs

The car maker Stellantis expects to lay off more than 300 workers in Ohio and Indiana, blaming the decision on the United Auto Workers strike that is now in its sixth day. Stellantis, which makes Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles, said Wednesday that the layoffs are a consequence of the UAW strike at its assembly plant in Toledo, Ohio. Asked for comment, a union spokesman referred to a statement last weekend in which UAW President Shawn Fain said layoffs were unnecessary and an effort to pressure workers to settle for less in contract negotiations.

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