Stocks Plunge As Italy Turmoil Sparks Fresh Euro Fears U.S. stocks tumbled on Tuesday as political turbulence in Italy sparked concerns the recently elected populist government could push the country toward an exit of the eurozone, a prospect some are calling "Quitaly."
After The Bell: Record Day On Wall StreetStocks surged higher Thursday, with the Dow and S&P 500 both hitting all-time highs, as the possibility of the Senate passing a bill aimed at overhauling the tax code appeared more likely.
After The Bell: Dow Closes Above 23,000 For First Time EverStocks surged higher Wednesday, with the Dow closing above the 23,000 mark for the first time ever, as banner quarterly earnings from IBM added to the recent optimism on Wall Street.
After the Bell: Stocks Post Record ClosesStocks closed higher on Thursday, with all three of the major indices posting record closes, as investors sifted through encouraging economic data ahead of Friday's key jobs report.
Dow Soars Past 20,000 To Break RecordStocks closed sharply higher Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average smashing the 20,000 mark for the first time ever, as optimism about President Trump's pro-growth policies boosted investor sentiment.
After The Bell: Stocks & Oil Close LowerStocks closed slightly lower Thursday amid a batch of mixed economic reports, falling crude oil prices and anticipation for a potential December Fed interest rate hike.
After The Bell: Stock Lower But Dow Theory Signals Bull MarketStocks closed lower Thursday, but traded well off early session lows, as soft economic data out of China and increased expectations of a December Federal Reserve interest rate hike put investors in a selling mood.
After The Bell: Stocks Closed Mixed After Fed MinutesStocks closed narrowly mixed Wednesday after the Federal Reserve's minutes from its September meeting affirmed expectations of an interest rate hike in December.
After The Bell: Stocks Lower On Soft Earnings, Lower Oil & Election FearsStocks closed Tuesday sharply lower as falling crude oil prices and fears about a potential Democratic election sweep weighed on investor sentiment.
After The Bell: Nasdaq Sets A Record As Stocks Rebound On Wall StreetStocks traded higher on Wednesday, recovering from Tuesday's sell-off as strength in technology pushed the NASDAQ to an all-time closing high of 5,106.59. The Dow and S&P 500 also followed suit, each gaining over a half percent by the closing bell.
Chicagoans Want To Know If It's Time To Panic Over Wall StreetThe message on Wall Street on Wednesday was simple: uncertainty. The see-saw at the stock market was giving consumers little confidence about the future of the economy.