Dow Drops More Than 1,800 In One MinuteThe sell off began at the opening bell. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 1,800 points within the first minute and the S&P dropped more than 7% triggering a trading halt for 15 minutes.
Walgreens Tops 4Q Expectations, Helped By Rite Aid DealWalgreens' U.S. pharmacy sales also grew nearly 17 percent in the fourth quarter.
Would Stocks "Crash" If Trump Were Impeached?President Donald Trump thinks the stock market would "crash" if he were impeached and "everybody would be very poor." Wall Street analysts beg to differ.
J.C. Penney Plunges Amid Weak Results, Loss ForecastThe Plano, Texas-based company said it had a loss of 32 cents per share, or well short of Wall Street expectations.
Walmart Sees Sales Rise At Stores, OnlineWalmart said sales were strong across many categories but the grocery business was notable with sales rising the most in nine years.
Higher Prices Help McDonald's Lift US Sales FigureThe world's biggest burger chain says sales rose 2.6 percent at domestic stores open at least 13 months.
Facebook Heading For Its Worst Trading Day EverThe stock plunged 19 percent in early trading Thursday, eradicating well in excess of $100 billion in market value.
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: Record Day for StocksStocks climbed to record levels Friday, adding to already solid weekly gains.
After The Bell: Solid Earnings Push S&P 500 To Record CloseStocks closed higher Tuesday, with the S&P 500 posting a record close, after a slew of better-than-expected quarterly earnings put investors in a buying mood.
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.
After The Bell: The NASDAQ Closes Above 6,000 For First Time EverStocks finished the session on Wall Street sharply higher Tuesday, as solid earnings bolstered investor sentiment, pushing the NASDAQ above 6,000 for the first time ever.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Lower, But Post Solid QuarterStocks closed lower Friday, finishing the last trading day of the week, month and first quarter on a bit of a soft note, as investors sifted through a hefty batch of economic data.
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: 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.