• Wall Street Turns Lower After Dow Crosses 13,000

    Stocks dipped on Tuesday as shares pulled back after the Dow breached 13,000 for the first time since May 2008, the latest big move in stocks' recent rally.
  • Wall Street Rises, Helped by Economic Data

    Wall Street stocks resumed their upward move into year-end on Thursday but the S&P 500 continued to churn around its 200-day moving average as concern over Europe offset better-than-expected U.S. economic data.
  • Wall St rises, helped by data

    Wall Street stocks resumed their upward move into year-end on Thursday but the S&P 500 continued to churn around its 200-day moving average as jitters over Europe contrasted with better-than-expected U.S. economic data.
  • Market flat before key Bernanke testimony

    U.S. stocks were little changed on Wednesday as caution before comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on the economy and interest rates offset optimism over solid earnings news.
  • Wall St flat on cautiousness before data

    Stocks were little changed on Monday as data showing a rise in consumer spending was offset by investors' anxiousness before economic reports, including monthly payrolls, later in the week.
  • Market declines on weak economic signs

    U.S. stocks declined on Thursday as data on regional factory activity and jobless claims underscored worries about the pace of the economic recovery.
  • Wall Street climbs on European data and energy

    U.S. stocks climbed on Monday as European industrial data eased concerns about a slowdown in global growth and rising oil prices lifted energy shares.
  • Stocks look to Europe and U.S. economy

    Stock investors will keep a close eye on Europe this week, looking for signs the debt crisis may be stabilizing, while industrial production, housing starts and inflation data may offer more clues on the U.S. economic outlook.
  • Europe and economic data to call stocks' tune

    U.S. stock investors will keep a close eye on Europe next week, looking for signs the debt crisis may be stabilizing, while industrial production, housing starts and inflation data may offer more clues on the U.S. economic outlook.
  • Futures up after stronger payrolls data, sell-off

    U.S. stocks index futures rose in volatile trade on Friday, pointing to a higher open after a steep fall in the previous session, as data showed the economy added jobs at the fastest pace in four years.
  • Stocks slide on fear Greek crisis could spread

    Investors dumped stocks on Tuesday in Wall Street's worst session in three months on the fear that even with a bailout for Greece, Europe's debt crisis could spread to other weak euro zone countries.
  • Stocks tumble on fear Greek crisis could spread

    Investors dumped U.S. stocks on Tuesday in Wall Street's worst session in three months on the fear that even with a bailout for Greece, Europe's debt crisis could spread to other weak euro zone countries.
  • Wall Street slides as Greece's debt worries mount

    Investors dumped U.S. stocks on Tuesday as fears grew that the financial rescue package for Greece might not be enough to prevent a sovereign debt crisis from spreading to other weak euro zone countries.
  • Wall St rises after data; energy and materials up

    Stocks rose on Thursday, buoyed by optimism about the economic recovery after stronger-than-expected manufacturing and jobs data.
  • Wall Street gains on quarter-end buying

    Stocks gained on Monday as investors picked up recent top performers before the first quarter's end and energy company shares jumped with oil prices.
  • Wall St gains with energy, quarter-end buys

    Wall Street advanced on Monday as major energy companies shares jumped with the price of oil and investors snapped up top performers ahead of the first quarter's end.
  • Wall Street nearly flat after mixed economic data

    U.S. stocks barely changed on Friday as data showing retail sales rose unexpectedly last month was offset by weaker consumer sentiment, sending mixed signals about the economic outlook.
  • Wall Street advances as worries ease over Fed's move

    Stocks rose on Friday as investors took the Federal Reserve's surprise increase in the discount rate as further evidence the economy is strengthening.
  • Stocks tumble on euro zone, economy fears

    U.S. stocks sank on Thursday as escalating fears of sovereign debt problems in Europe led investors to dump riskier assets.
  • Techs lead slide as S&P 500 turns red for the year

    U.S. stocks fell for a third-straight day on Friday, dragged lower by technology shares after Google Inc's revenue and chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices Inc's sales outlook disappointed investors.

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