Taiwan Semiconductor, Arm Holdings, Alcoa, Alibaba, Tesla

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Taiwan Semiconductor, Arm Holdings, Alcoa, Alibaba, Tesla

Wednesday proved to be a challenging day for U.S. stocks, as major indexes like the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all ended in the red. The Dow Jones dipped by 0.1% to 37,753.31, the S&P 500 fell by 0.6% to 5,022.21, and the Nasdaq concluded the day lower by 1.1% at 15,683.37. This downward trend signaled a turbulent day for investors and traders.

Among the stocks that garnered attention and experienced significant movements were Taiwan Semiconductor, with its shares declining by 0.55% to close at $139.03. ARM Holdings also saw a notable drop of 11.99% to close at $107.56. Alcoa, after reporting its first-quarter financial results, saw its shares drop by 1.50% to close at $35.55. Alibaba reported a 1.13% decrease in its shares, closing at $68.82, after introducing its Logistics Marketplace that influenced investor sentiment. Tesla's shares also dipped by 1.06% to close at $155.45, with CEO Elon Musk offering insights into the company's move to remove inventory discounts on its cars in the U.S. This mix of positive and negative movements reflected the volatility in the market and the various factors impacting these specific stocks throughout the day.