The American Conservatives’ annual Stock Market Live Report has been updated to reflect the latest data, the latest market information, and the latest trends on the market.
The top-performing U.S. index index, the S&P 500, is up 13.7 percent year-over-year.
The S&p 500 is up 17.4 percent since mid-April, the highest weekly gain since mid 2017.
The S&s have added nearly 9 million new shares in the last year, with nearly 3 million of those new shares bought this week, and more than 3 million shares traded through the end of the day.
The biggest gains have been from technology stocks and mining companies, with mining stocks up more than 20 percent, and technology stocks up nearly 10 percent.
Technology stocks have been particularly strong in the first half of the decade, thanks to rising demand for cloud computing services, and for artificial intelligence and robotics.
They are up nearly 9 percent since last year’s close, and are up 10 percent since the start of the new year.
The U.K. and Canada, two other tech-heavy markets, are up just 3 percent.
The U.B.C. index, which tracks the British pound, is down about 8 percent this year, after falling nearly 12 percent this quarter.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which measures the performance of the major U.Y.O. stock indexes, is in freefall.
It has dropped more than 7 percent since its record high in March of 2017.
The index has lost nearly half its value since the beginning of 2018.
The Nasdaq Composite Index, which includes the major stock indexes in the United States, is back near its record highs, with more than 1,300 companies reporting earnings for the first time.
The Dow, which is down just over 50 percent from its 2017 high, is now up more all-time highs than all the other indexes combined.
The index has grown in recent months as investors sought safer assets like the U.P.S., and as interest rates remain near historic lows.
The Nasdaq is up nearly 7 percent this month, its highest percentage gain since January.
The benchmark S&P 500 index is up more 8 percent.
The CBOE Volatility Index is up 4.9 percent.