View stocks on Mac
Use the Stocks app on Mac to view stock quotes, interactive charts, and top business news.
Open the Stocks app
On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window.
Click Applications in the Finder window sidebar, then double-click the Stocks app .
Use multiple tabs and windows
View financial information in different ways by opening additional tabs and windows. For example, you can use separate windows to compare stock charts side by side, or use tabs to keep more news stories readily available.
In the Stocks app on your Mac, do any of the following:
Open a new window: Choose File > New Window.
Open a new tab: Choose File > New Tab.
Open an item in a new window: Control-click a ticker symbol or news story, then choose Open in New Window.
Open an item in a new tab: Control-click a ticker symbol or news story, then choose Open in New Tab.
New tabs open in the active window.
Note: Apple News and Apple News+ aren’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
View stocks in Notification Center
For a quick look at the stock market, check the Stocks widgets in Notification Center on your Mac.
On your Mac, click the date and time in the menu bar, then scroll to see the Stocks widgets.
To open the Stocks app, click anywhere in a Stocks widget.
Siri: Siri can answer general stock queries for you. Say something like:
“What’s the ticker symbol for Apple?”
“How’s the market doing today?”