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Stocks extended gains, after minutes published from the Fed’s September policy meeting revealed the central bank delayed a rate hike due to concerns over low inflation. The Dow added 138 points, with 24 its 30 components advancing, the S&P 500 … Continue reading
Stocks started strong, fell into the red, then rallied in the afternoon to close solidly higher, led by health care, industrials, materials, and energy stocks. The Nasdaq was buoyed by a rally in biotech stocks, with the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index … Continue reading
Stocks ended mixed as investors weighed new data revealing an expanding U.S. trade deficit and shrinking German factory orders. Meanwhile, energy-sector gains were overshadowed by a continued sell-off for health care stocks. The Dow added 13 points, with its 30 … Continue reading
Growing speculation that the Federal Reserve would delay interest-rate hikes until 2016 helped push global stocks higher. The Nikkei jumped 1.58%, and the Stoxx Europe 600 climbed 3.01%. The Dow surged 304 points, with 29 of its 30 components advancing; … Continue reading
September’s jobs report was weaker than expected and likely decreased the odds that the Fed will raise rates this year. Stocks dropped sharply after the report but rebounded from session lows to close higher. The Dow climbed 200 points, with … Continue reading
Stocks pared most of the day’s losses by session’s close. Meanwhile, investors are keeping watch for tomorrow’s employment report, as the markets continue following data that could influence the Federal Reserve’s thinking on rates. The Dow shed 12 points, with … Continue reading
Stocks staged a late-September rally, but it wasn’t enough to make up for overall dismal results for the third quarter, the worst quarter since 2011. The Dow jumped 235 points, with 28 of its 30 components advancing; the S&P 500 … Continue reading
Stocks ended mixed after a day that began with positive data on housing and consumer sentiment at home and continued with uncertainty over growth prospects overseas. The Dow rose 47 points, with 21 of its 30 components gaining. The S&P … Continue reading
More evidence of a slump in China helped depress stocks, while inflation in the U.S. continued to run well below the Federal Reserve’s 2% target. The Dow sank 312 points, with 29 of its 30 components retreating; the S&P 500 … Continue reading
Stocks ended mixed with only the Dow in green territory by session’s end. Shares were boosted by remarks from Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who yesterday gave clarity to the central bank’s plans for rate hikes. Also driving today’s gains was … Continue reading