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After The Bell: Stocks Close Higher As NASDAQ Posts Record For Third Straight Session

Stocks closed slightly higher on Monday, with the NASDAQ eking out another record, as investors digested quarterly earnings. The Dow Jones industrial average added 14, the S&P 500 gained 2 and the NASDAQ closed up 9, settling to an all-time closing high of 5,218.86.


Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

After The Bell: Stocks Trade Higher As Earnings Season Begins

Stocks traded higher Tuesday as earnings season kicked into high gear and investors eyed encouraging developments overseas.


headline concerning Greece's debt crisis scrolls across a stock ticker at the New York Stock Exchange in the afternoon on June 29, 2015 in New York City. The Dow plunged 300 points as the Greek debt crisis worsened amid fears that Greece will be unable to pay the almost $1.8 billion that it owes the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday. (Photo by Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

After The Bell: Stocks Plunge As Greek Debt Crisis Escalates

Stocks closed sharply lower on Monday as the deepening Greek debt crisis rocked financial markets around the globe.


The Nasdaq composite index is viewed in Times Square. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

After The Bell: Stocks Kick Off June On A Good Note

By Andy Giersher (CBS) — Stocks moved higher on Monday, the first trading day of June, as traders took a positive spin on mixed economic data. “A lot of stuff is out there right over […]


The Loop headquarters of GrubHub. (Credit: CBS)

GrubHub Stocks Soar In First Day On Wall Street

Investors sent shares of online food ordering service GrubHub Inc. jumped 51 percent to $39.20 in early trading in its stock market debut Friday.


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#BIGMONEY: Twitter Stock Skyrockets On First Day Of Trading

The hottest initial public offering in recent memory opened on Wall Street on Thursday.


Shelves Filled With The Apple iPad (Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

The iPad Trumps Oil: Apple Is Most Valuable US Company

Investors seem to think you want an iPad more than oil, as Apple Inc. became the most valuable company in the United States, surpassing Exxon Mobil Corp. on Wednesday.


Mayor Rahm Emanuel

Economic Worries Might Complicate City Budget Woes

Questions about the economy constitute a new threat to Chicago’s already shaky financial picture. As CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been working on the city’s 2012 budget, trying to figure out how to eliminate a $600 million deficit.

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Jason Stratton

Like Everyone Else, Chicago Investor Tries To Remain Calm

CBS 2’s Mike Parker talks with some local players about the catastrophic losses the markets suffered Thursday.