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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 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
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
Stocks posted losses for the third consecutive session, after a day of mixed economic data, including an uptick in new home sales, and slight declines in business orders for durable goods. The Dow dropped 78 points, due in part to … Continue reading
Stocks posted losses as the markets reacted to the day’s events. Automaker shares were dragged down by Volkswagen’s escalating troubles over fraudulent emission testing software. Commodities fell under the weight of concerns regarding China’s manufacturing activity. The Dow dropped 179 … Continue reading
Stocks ended the day in mixed territory after the Federal Reserve voted to leave the nation’s benchmark interest rate unchanged at zero. In its official statement, the Fed noted the U.S. labor market is improving, with “solid” hiring. However, the … Continue reading
Stocks posted gains as investors weighed a new batch of retail and manufacturing data while waiting for the Fed’s next move on interest rates. The Dow climbed 228 points, with 29 of its 30 components gaining; the S&P 500 Index … Continue reading
Stocks ended in green territory after a day of early losses and afternoon gains as investors await the Fed’s upcoming decision on interest-rate hikes. The Dow rose 76 points, with 23 of its 30 components gaining; the S&P 500 Index … Continue reading
Stocks started the week with a rally as U.S. investors assessed mixed economic reports from across the global stage. Chinese shares posted a late-session rebound despite reports showing falling exports and imports. European shares also fared well, boosted by reports … Continue reading
Stocks fell after today’s employment report showed fewer jobs created than forecast but a better-than-expected unemployment rate. Looking ahead, investors set their sights on the Fed’s upcoming policy meeting and the Labor Day weekend. The Dow dropped 272 points, with … Continue reading