After The Bell: Ugly Jobs Report May Impact Fed Rate Hike PathStocks closed slightly lower Friday, as a disappointing May jobs report raises questions on when the Federal Reserve will be in position to resume its higher rate hike path.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Lower On Interest Rate Hike ConcernsThe S&P 500 shed 7, the NASDAQ lost 26 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed down over 91 points, settling to 17,435.
After The Bell: Stocks Higher As Jobs Report Reduces Rate-Hike ExpectationsWBBM's Andy Giersher reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Lower On Oil WeaknessThe S&P 500 lost 2, the NASDAQ shed 7 and the Dow Jones Industrial average closed down nearly 29 points, settling to 17,897.
After The Bell: Stocks Higher On Yellen's Dovish RemarksStocks closed higher Tuesday, led by gains in the tech heavy NASDAQ, as investors digested dovish remarks from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
After The Bell: Merchants Enjoy St. Patrick's Day BumpHoward Davidowitz, chairman and chief executive officer at Davidowitz & Associates in New York, talks about the financial impact of the holiday.
After The Bell: Stocks Higher On Oil And Jobs DataStocks finished the week on an up note, with the Dow closing at a two-month high, as a decent government jobs report and a rise in crude oil prices put traders in a buying mood.
After The Bell: Stocks Sell-Off On Lower Oil And Soft DataStocks traded sharply lower Tuesday, as falling oil prices and weak consumer confidence data put traders in a selling mood.
After The Bell: Stocks Fight Early Declines To Close Higher
Stocks Plunge As Fed Keeps March Rate Hike On The TableStocks closed sharply lower Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve opted not to hike interest rates this month, still leaving the door open for a March increase.
After The Bell: Stocks Plunge On Wall Street As Oil Dips Below $30Stocks plunged on Wall Street Wednesday as declining crude oil prices and global economic uncertainty weighed on financial markets ahead of some key earnings reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Plunge on Lower Oil, China Weakness and Geopolitical Worries Stocks closed sharply lower Wednesday as concerns about global economic growth, lower crude oil prices and heightened geopolitical tensions put traders in a selling mood.
After The Bell: Stocks Tumble On Crude Oil Plunge
After The Bell: Stocks Tumble On Lower OilStocks closed sharply lower Wednesday as a sell-off in crude oil and weakness in manufacturing put traders in a selling mood.
After The Bell: Stocks Higher, Capping Solid WeekStocks closed sharply higher Friday, capping off a solid week of gains, as investors digested strength in retail and technology.