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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
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
After two sessions of Federal Reserve-related anxiety, U.S. stocks bounced back moderately today after a smooth election in Greece helped boost European shares. Most sectors ended higher, with the exception of health care, which was weighed down by biotech and … Continue reading
The markets have seemingly never been more uncertain about a potential rate hike, but stocks were calm a day before the Federal Reserve makes its big decision. International markets were also positive, with strong showings from China’s Hang Seng, up … Continue reading
The markets were cautious most of the session as investors waited for the much-anticipated Federal Open Market Committee meeting this Wednesday and Thursday. The Dow fell 62 points, with 25 of its 30 components losing ground; the S&P 500 Index … Continue reading
Surging markets in Asia initially gave U.S. stocks a boost, but sizable gains turned to losses in the afternoon, partly due to concerns that a strong job openings report today could cause the Federal Reserve to move sooner rather than … Continue reading
Stocks partially rebounded after yesterday’s rout, boosted by a mainly positive reading from the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book and other economic data on factory orders and productivity. Asian indexes generally closed lower, while European stocks closed modestly higher. The Dow … Continue reading
The markets bid a hasty goodbye to August, ending a volatile month firmly in the red. The unlikely story of the day was a surge in crude-oil prices on speculation that big oil producers would begin cutting production. The rally … Continue reading
For most of the session, stocks recovered much of the ground they lost yesterday, rallying after the Chinese government cut interest rates and bank reserve requirements. The moves weren’t enough to stave off another steep drop of Chinese equities, but … Continue reading