Stocks Rally To Close Out Roller Coaster Week On Wall StreetIt was another yo-yo day with stocks going through wild gyrations. A surge in the last few minutes had the Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing a brutal few days with a positive push.
Dow Plunges More Than 1,100 PointsBanks are taking some of the biggest losses.
Dow Ends Down 666 Points; Largest Weekly Decline In More Than 2 YearsTechnology and energy stocks accounted for much of the broad slide as several major companies, including Exxon Mobil and Google's parent company, Alphabet, sank after reporting weak earnings.
Dow Cracks 26,000 For First Time; Apple To Bring Billions Back To U.S.History was made again on Wall Street Wednesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 26,000 for the first time ever.
After Hitting Record High, Can The Stock Market Hot Streak Continue?Financial journalist and founder of nonpoliticalnews.com Vera Gibbons stopped by to talk about the current bull market.
Dow Closes About 23,000 For First Time: What Is Driving Markets Up?The stock market leapt into record territory for a second day on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 23,000 for the first time.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Trades Above 22,000 For First TimeThe Dow was up 68 points Wednesday to 22,031.
Dow Makes History Again, Closes Above 21,000 For First Time EverWall Street saw another record-setting day Wednesday. The Dow topped 21,000 for the first time ever.
Dow Jones Industrials Breach 20,000 For First Time EverThe Dow Jones industrial average broke through 20,000 points right at the opening bell. The index crossed the line, following record highs on Tuesday.
Stocks Reverse In Final Hour; Dow Falls 205 PointsThe Dow Jones industrial average fell 204.78, or 1.3 percent, to 15,666.44.
Dow Closes Nearly 600 Points Down After Midday Rally FizzlesThe Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 1,000 points in early trading and the Standard & Poor's 500 index fell into correction territory, that's Wall Street jargon for a drop of 10 percent or more from a recent peak.
U.S. Stocks Mark Biggest Weekly Decline Since 2011U.S. stocks joined a global selloff this week to mark their biggest weekly decline since 2011, as economists and investors cut their projections of what was already lackluster U.S. economic growth.