THIS week, the bull market in US stocks will officially tie the longest-lived stock-market advance in history, further fuelling a debate over how much longer it can survive.

[NEW YORK] US stocks closed higher on Friday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average extending gains and the Nasdaq turning positive on reports of progress in tariff disputes...

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks powered higher on Thursday on news the US and China will resume trade talks and as strong Walmart earnings lifted the Dow.

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks fell on Wednesday, with technology and energy shares among the biggest losers, on worries about Turkey and a slowing Chinese economy.

[BENGALURU] US stocks opened lower on Wednesday as investors assessed the impact of Turkey's currency crisis and escalating trade tensions between the United States and its trading partners...

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks finished solidly higher Tuesday amid more positive sentiment about the Turkish currency crisis that depressed markets the last two sessions.

[BENGALURU] US stocks opened higher on Tuesday on the back of healthy earnings reports and a recovery in Turkish currency, which snapped its three-week slide.

[LONDON] Politics have foiled the best-laid plans of Wall Street's currency strategists...

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks finished lower Monday amid worries the Turkish currency crisis will spread to other emerging economies.

[BENGLAURU] US stock indexes opened flat on Monday as a meltdown in the Turkish lira that dragged on shares of big US lenders was offset by an uptick in technology stocks.