Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq notch solid gains in Q3 [Video]

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  • Plus – Trump pounding the table today on tax reform.
  • But – a new report says its a big win – for the rich.
  • Plus a look ahead to everything you need to know about next week.
  • Stocks in the red today include Revlon as traders took profit on the cosmetics name following a huge run-up this week, LSC Communications as Citi downgraded the print & digital media solutions company to sell citing competition, and GW Pharmaceuticals – shares of the biopharma name dropping as rival Zogenix…
  • Stocks on the move higher include KB Home as the homebuilder beat on earnings and reported double-digit sales growth, Valeant as the drugmaker sold its iNova unit for $930 million, and Nvidia – shares getting a lift as Citi raised it price target for the chipmaker to $210, citing its…

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq poised for new all-time highs, as we close out a stellar third quarter. Stocks in the red today include Revlon as traders took profit on the cosmetics name following a huge run-up this week, LSC Communications as Citi downgraded the print & digital media solutions company to sell

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq poised for new all-time highs, as we close out a stellar third quarter. Plus – Trump pounding the table today on tax reform. But – a new report says its a big win – for the rich. And – Trump vs the NFL as anthem protests roll on – will big sponsors now have to take sides? Plus a look ahead to everything you need to know about next week.

Winners and losers

Stocks in the red today include Revlon as traders took profit on the cosmetics name following a huge run-up this week, LSC Communications as Citi downgraded the print & digital media solutions company to sell citing competition, and GW Pharmaceuticals – shares of the biopharma name dropping as rival Zogenix reported promising results for an epilepsy drug.

Stocks on the move higher include KB Home as the homebuilder beat on earnings and reported double-digit sales growth, Valeant as the drugmaker sold its iNova unit for $930 million, and Nvidia – shares getting a lift as Citi raised it price target for the chipmaker to $210, citing its prowess in gaming, and AI, and self-driving cars.

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq notch solid gains in Q3 [Video]