• Wall Street edges higher, euro zone concerns weigh

    Wall Street Edges Higher, Euro Zone Concerns Weigh

    Wall Street stocks rose slightly on Tuesday but lingering risk aversion tied to Europe's debt crisis sent Italy's bond yields back into a perceived danger zone, capping gains.
  • Wall Street Set to Fall on Italy Fears

    Wall Street was set to fall on Tuesday, led by banks and resource-related stocks, as risk aversion tied to Europe's debt crisis sent Italy's bond yields back into a perceived danger zone.
  • Analysts' View: Google says search service blocked in China

    Google Inc said its Web search and mobile services in China were blocked on Thursday, weeks after Beijing agree to extend the company's Chinese webpage license.
  • FedEX and home sales data lift Wall Street

    U.S. stocks rose on Monday after an upbeat outlook from FedEx and solid home sales data cheered investors, helping the S&P 500 hold above a key resistance level.
  • Wall St falls on payrolls, technical break

    Stocks fell on Friday and were on track to record their worst week in two months after jobs data underscored views the recovery is losing steam.
  • Wall St sinks as economic alarm escalates

    Investors fled the U.S. stock market on Tuesday and the S&P 500 tumbled to its lowest level in eight months in a sell-off triggered by a wave of increasing alarm over the global economic outlook.
  • Wall St sinks on economic alarm

    Investors fled the U.S. stock market on Tuesday and the S&P 500 tumbled to its lowest level in eight months in a sell-off triggered by a wave of increasing alarm over the global economic outlook.
  • Corrected: Wall St sinks on economic alarm

    (Corrects paragraph 2 to delete reference to worst day since May 6)
  • Wall Street climbs in late advance on chip makers

    Stocks rose in a late rally on Friday as a strong forecast from a chip maker lifted tech shares and helped alleviate concerns about the economy's health after an unexpected drop in retail sales.
  • Wall Street gains on chip makers in late advance

    Stocks rose in a late rally on Friday as a strong forecast from a chip maker lifted tech shares and helped alleviate concerns about the economy's health after an unexpected drop in retail sales.
  • S&P 500 flat as materials shares, caution weigh

    The S&P 500 was little changed on Thursday, pressured by weak natural resources shares and tepid May sales by U.S. retailers, while caution before Friday's unemployment report pushed investors to the sidelines.
  • Wall Street to open higher on Greece deal, jobs data

    Wall Street was set to open higher on Thursday as key euro zone officials struck a deal to help Greece with its debt crisis, and U.S. data showed claims for first-time jobless benefits fell more than expected last week.
  • Stocks to open lower on Obama plan, Bernanke delay

    U.S. stocks were set for a lower open on Friday as proposed sweeping restrictions on U.S. banks and the delayed confirmation of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke unnerved investors after a 10-month rally.
  • Wall Street ticks higher, led by tech shares

    Stocks traded slightly higher on Thursday, led by the technology sector after upbeat brokerage comments on Oracle Corp and ahead of an expected profit report from Intel Corp.
  • Wall St off to strong 2010 start on ISM data, Intel

    U.S. stocks climbed on Monday, rallying in the first session of the new year, after data showed the manufacturing sector expanded for the fifth straight month and a brokerage upgrade of Intel helped lift semiconductor stocks.
  • Stocks rise on bets Fed will keep rates low

    U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as a benign reading on the November Consumer Price Index bolstered expectations that the Federal Reserve will keep its accommodative monetary stance to foster an economic recovery.
  • Data lifts Wall Street in light trading

    Stocks advanced on Thursday as data showed continuing claims for jobless benefits fell while the trade gap unexpectedly narrowed for October, which should provide a lift to the economy.
  • S&P and Nasdaq fall; earnings lift Dow

    The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell on Thursday as worse-than-expected jobless claims offset generally positive earnings reports.
  • Stocks mixed after J&J results, Cisco deal

    Stocks traded mixed on Tuesday on the heels of a six-day streak of gains, after Johnson & Johnson's third-quarter sales disappointed investors and stirred doubts about the strength of the latest earnings season.
  • Wall Street dips after mixed data

    U.S. stocks fell slightly on Tuesday after data on consumer confidence and home prices gave a mixed picture of the economy.

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