[NEW YORK] Major US stock indices finished on a muted note Friday after a strong week, with the Dow and S&P 500 edging barely higher and the Nasdaq falling slightly.
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks rose in early trading Friday, bouncing back after the prior session's rout, as investors braced for more lurches in direction amid heightened volatility...
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks mostly fell early Thursday despite a batch of strong earnings from Twitter and others as markets struggled to shrug off the volatility of the last week.
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks finished lower on Wednesday as a morning rally faded amid nagging questions following two days of chaotic trading and wild price swings.
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks fell modestly in opening trading Wednesday as markets attempted to get a reading on investor sentiment following a series of massive swings in the last three sessions.
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks were in full-throttle rally mode Friday, with all three major indices surging to records following strong earnings reports from Intel and other companies.
[NEW YORK] The Dow pushed to a fresh all-time high Wednesday, but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq retreated from records amid weakness in airline and computer chip shares.
[NEW YORK] The S&P 500 and Nasdaq added to records on Tuesday, with technology shares leading the way following strong earnings from Netflix.
[WASHINGTON] US lawmakers broke their deadlock to end the three-day government shutdown and send Wall Street to fresh records on Monday as all three major stock indices reached new all-time highs.
[NEW YORK] The S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished at records Friday as Wall Street investors shrugged off worries about a US government shutdown amid partisan bickering in Washington.
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks surged at the open Tuesday to beat the string of records set last week amid solid corporate earnings reports and optimism for profits in 2018 due to the US tax reform.