By Mill Chart
Last update: Sep 23, 2022
Let's have a look at what is happening on the US markets on Friday. Below you can find the most active stocks in today's session.
|AVCT||19.95%||AMERICAN VIRTUAL CLOUD TECHN's (NASDAQ:AVCT) traded a high volume of 232.93M shares. Leading to a price increase of 19.95%.|
|MULN||8.96%||119.16M shares of MULLEN AUTOMOTIVE INC (NASDAQ:MULN) exchanged hands today. Shares are rising by 8.96%.|
|CSCW||-22.01%||90.95M shares of COLOR STAR TECHNOLOGY CO LTD (NASDAQ:CSCW) have been traded so far today. The share price decreased by 22.01%.|
|F||-5.4%||67.07M shares of FORD MOTOR CO (NYSE:F) have been traded so far today. The share price decreased by 5.4%. Yesterday the company had a press release: Ford Announces Leadership Changes to Strengthen Product Creation and Transform Global Supply Chain Management.|
|LITM||47.83%||So far 65.54M shares of SNOW LAKE RESOURCES LTD (NASDAQ:LITM) have traded in today's session. The share price increased by 47.83%.|
|TELL||-14.15%||60.75M shares of TELLURIAN INC (NYSEARCA:TELL) have been traded so far today. Leading to a price decrease of 14.15%.|
|AAPL||-1.99%||59.15M shares of APPLE INC (NASDAQ:AAPL) have been traded so far today. Leading to a price decrease of 1.99%.|
|AMD||-3.2%||56.9M shares of ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES (NASDAQ:AMD) have been traded so far today. NASDAQ:AMD is declining 3.2% today.|
|CCL||-8.61%||50.93M shares of CARNIVAL CORP (NYSE:CCL) have been traded so far today. Shares are falling by 8.61%.|
|TSLA||-4.61%||TESLA INC's (NASDAQ:TSLA) traded a high volume of 43.99M shares. Shares are falling by 4.61%. Earlier today the company had a press release: Why Does Tesla Stock Remain Resilient?.|
For the full most active stocks list go to our most active stocks screener.
FORD MOTOR CO
NYSE:F (9/22/2023, 7:04:00 PM)After market: 12.43 0 (0%)
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday told investors what to look out for in the week ahead.
Readers weigh in on Ford, GM, and Tesla; the already high cost of new cars; the case for Blackstone, private-equity investors, and Mercury Systems
Wall Street see-sawed to a lower close on Friday, capping a tumultuous week during which benchmark Treasury yields hit 16-year highs and investors digested the Federal Reserve's hawkish outlook revisions. On Thursday, the S&P 500 dipped below its 100-day moving average - a key support level - for the first time since March, Its failure to break above that level suggests the index is still under downward pressure.
Wall Street see-sawed on Friday, and closed slightly lower after a tumultuous week during which benchmark Treasury yields hit 16-year highs as investors digested the Federal Reserve's hawkish outlook revisions. "This week is about some Fed messaging colliding with overly optimistic equity investors," said Zachary Hill, head of portfolio management at Horizon Investments in Charlotte, North Carolina. Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields retreated from 16-year highs as investors turned their focus from hawkish Fed guidance to key economic data waiting in the wings.
Uncover the latest developments among S&P500 stocks in today's session. Stay tuned to the S&P500 index's top gainers and losers on Friday.
The Nasdaq was essentially unchanged. All three indexes are on track to notch weekly losses, with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq headed for their largest Friday-to-Friday percentage decline since March.
The United Auto Workers strike escalates as 38 parts distribution centers are added, creating widespread disruptions in the automotive industry. Read more.
The United Auto Workers said on Friday the union will expand its strikes against Detroit automakers General Motors and Chrysler parent Stellantis , but has made real progress in talks with Ford Motor .
Most active S&P500 stocks in Friday's session
These stocks are the most active in today's session
The United Auto Workers' strike is getting bigger. The UAW's targeted strikes against General Motors, Stellantis and Ford began after the union's contract with the companies expired at midnight on Sept. 14. At the time, 13,000 workers walked out of three assembly plants — and union leadership warned that more locations could be impacted there wasn't significant progress in contract negotiations.