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Dow +0.62%, S&P 500 +0.83%, Nasdaq +1.43%, Russell 2000 +2.30%, WTI +2.23%. Monday morning equity futures pointed towards another day of losses as renewed coronavirus concerns emerged, but a late afternoon rally snapped a three-day sell-off.

S&P 500 -5.89%, DJIA -6.90%, Nasdaq -5.27%, Russell 2000 -7.58%, WTI Crude Oil -8.16%. After the Nasdaq closed over 10,000 for the first time ever on Wednesday and the S&P 500 turned positive for the year earlier in the week, the market’s mid-single digit losses for the major equity indices Thursday was a reminder we are still not out of the woods.

S&P 500 -0.21%, DJIA -0.58%, NASDAQ -0.46%, Russell 2000 -2.48%, WTI Crude Oil +3.61%. The markets gyrated quite a bit Thursday as they ended near the lows of the day.

S&P 500 -0.78%, DJIA -0.41%, NASDAQ -0.97%, Russell 2000 +0.05%, WTI Crude Oil +1.52%. As market volatility and news flow have declined since the start of the pandemic, we are correspondingly slowing the frequency of our updates.

S&P 500 +0.39%, DJIA +0.25%, NASDAQ +0.79%, Russell 2000 +1.57%, WTI Crude Oil +6.92%. Friday ended with the S&P 500 and the Dow slightly higher, the Nasdaq up, and the Russell 2000 small-cap index up even more.

S&P 500 +1.15%, DJIA +1.62%, NASDAQ +0.91%, Russell 2000 +0.35%, WTI Crude Oil +9.77%. After coming in flat to down earlier this week, stocks rose Thursday with Financials as the top performer and all other S&P 500 sectors ending higher except Consumer Staples.

S&P 500 -1.75%, DJIA -2.17%, NASDAQ -1.55%, Russell 2000 -3.32%, WTI Crude Oil +0.35%. Equities ended Wednesday lower on continued fears of a second wave of COVID-19 infections as economies around the world begin to restart.

S&P 500 -2.05%, DJIA -1.89%, NASDAQ -2.06%, Russell 2000 -3.46%, WTI Crude Oil +3.45%. Equities ended lower Tuesday as concerns about prospects for a successful reopening of the economy weighed.

S&P 500 +1.69%, DJIA +1.91%, NASDAQ +1.58%, Russell 2000 +3.64%, WTI Crude Oil +4.41%. The week ended with major stock market indices higher and the Nasdaq up 1.7% for the year.

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About Broadway Bank

For nearly 80 years Broadway Bank has been an integral part of South Central Texas, evolving into one of the largest privately-owned banks in Texas with more than $4 billion in assets. Broadway Bank offers a full-range of financial services, including personal, private, business and mortgage banking, and wealth management and is committed to enhancing the banking experience through leading edge technology. With financial centers across San Antonio, Austin and the Hill Country, Broadway Bank delivers modern banking, locally sourced and personally delivered. Visit Broadway.bank for more information.

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