What Sites Provide the Stock Market's Year-to-Date Performance?


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Morningstar.com and Barchart.com each provide year-to-date performance information for several markets and indexes, as of 2015. Morningstar.com also provides one-week, four-week, 13-week, three-year and five-year performances, while Barchart.com provides one-month, three-month and 12-month performances for various markets.

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Morningstar.com provides year-to-date performance for the overall U.S. market, as well as for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq Composite, New York Stock Exchange, Russell 2000, Standard and Poor's 500, and Standard and Poor's Midcap, as of 2015. It also provides year-to-date performance for sectors such as real estate, financial services, utilities, technology and energy. Consumers can also view performance information on mortgage, corporate and government bonds at Morningstar.com. The website offers performance measures for foreign markets such as those in Malaysia, Paris, Japan, Europe and Latin America.

Barchart.com provides year-to-date performance for Dow industrials, Dow transportation, Dow utilities and Dow composite indices, as of 2015. It also provides year-to-date performance for several Standard and Poor's and Russell indices, as well as performance for volatility and commodities indices. Consumers can also view the performance of stock sectors such as consumer goods, consumer services, telecommunications, basic resources and financial services. Barchart.com offers other tools such as a list of hot stocks, stock picks, a stock screener, and news and commentary regarding various markets.

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