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US stocks drop further; Dow, S&P 500 down 3%

US stocks drop further; Dow, S&P 500 down 3%

US stocks tumbled early Friday, joining an international rout after Britain`s surprise vote to exit the European Union.

US stocks jump on rising oil prices

US stocks jump on rising oil prices

US stocks posted solid gains on Monday as investors cheered over a strong rebound in oil prices.

US stocks decline despite upbeat data

US stocks ended lower on Friday as Wall Street digested a batch of generally positive economic reports.

US stocks jump amid rising oil

US stocks extended a recent rally as the Federal Reserve decision and rising oil prices continued to drive the stock market.

US stocks extend gains after Fed statement

US stocks ticked up as investors assessed the US Federal Reserve's policy announcement as well as oil recovery.

US stocks surge amid mixed data, upbeat earnings

US stocks surge amid mixed data, upbeat earnings

 US stocks posted solid gains on Thursday, as Wall Street assessed mixed economic data and positive earnings reports from big banks.

US stocks plunge on Fed rate hike uncertainties

 US stocks suffered big losses on Monday, as uncertainties about the timing of US interest rate hikes weighed on Wall Street sentiment.

US stocks tick up ahead of Fed policy meeting

The US stocks pared early losses to end higher Friday, as investors pondered over economic reports ahead of the US Federal Reserve's key policy meeting.

US stocks move higher, pushing Nasdaq to new record

US stocks scored modest gains Tuesday amid positive US and eurozone data as investors kept a wait-and-see attitude on Greece`s potential debt deal.

Wall Street mixed at open after Nasdaq's record high

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 25.66 points, or 0.14 percent, to 18,090.18, the S&P 500 lost 1.48 points, or 0.07 percent, to 2,119.76 but the Nasdaq Composite added 6.43 points, or 0.13 percent, to 5,139.38.

Tokyo stocks open 0.44% lower

The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange fell 89.43 points to 20,398.76 at the start.

S&P 500 ends at record high as dollar loses ground

U.S. stocks ended sharply stronger on Thursday and the S&P 500 closed at a record high as investors worried less about interest rates and a weaker dollar offered the possibility of stronger sales for U.S. multinationals.

US jobs report saves Dow, S&P 500 from losses

The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the week up 167.05 points (0.93 percent) at 18,191.11, while the broad-based S&P 500 advanced 7.81 (0.37 percent) to 2,116.10, less than two points below a record.

Yellen cites lofty share values; little evidence investors should care

ETF fell 3.3% in three days and eventually bottomed in mid-December, having lost 9.1% from its July 14 close. Since then, those stocks have gained 12.5%. 

US stocks surge, ending five-day skid

Wall Street stocks posted solid gains Friday as oil prices rebounded, snapping a five-day losing streak that had left the market looking oversold to some investors.

US stocks fall on weak bank earnings

Wall Street stocks Thursday fell for a fifth straight day following disappointing US bank earnings and a surprise move by the Swiss central bank to strengthen its currency.

US stocks fall for fourth straight day

Wall Street stocks dropped Wednesday on a bruising day for global markets following a disappointing US retail sales report and a weak global economic forecast from the World Bank.

US stocks retreat despite strong Apple launch, economic data

The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 149.85 points (0.87 percent) to close the week at 16,987.51, while the broad-based S&P 500 fell 22.17 (1.10 percent) to 1,985.54.

Modest inflation data helps push US stocks higher

US stocks pushed higher in early trade Friday, looking toward a possible third straight gain helped by data showing the economy continues to grow with inflation in check.

US stocks end week lower as market eyes earnings

US stocks retreated this week following a light calendar of economic news punctuated by a brief mid-week swoon over troubles at a leading Portuguese bank.