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Stocks closed lower as investors awaited the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserve’s July meeting.
Stocks rose, with the three major indexes posting simultaneous record closes for the second time in less than a week.
Equities closed mostly lower as investors digested disappointing economic data, following a record-setting day on Thursday.
Investors will be hoping that what happens next doesn’t look anything like what happened after 1999 ended.
A rising market between Aug. 1 and Oct. 31 would favor Hillary Clinton, while a decline would point to victory for Donald Trump.
Stocks closed lower as the recent rally in equities eased and investors digested falling oil prices.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher, amid a sharp rebound in oil prices, while the Dow snapped a seven-day slide.
Stocks closed mixed in choppy trade, amid falling oil prices while investors digested economic data.
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher Thursday, amid declines in oil prices, as major tech stocks gained.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Tuesday, amid major earnings reports and lower oil prices, ahead of the week’s central bank meetings.
Nearly half of millionaire investors are considering selling some of their stock holdings, according to a new survey.
The Republican convention kicked off with its first big market surprise – Donald Trump wants to break up the big banks.
If the S&P fails to make a weekly closing high on Friday, bulls may start to fear that a repeat of 2015 is in store.
Dow futures opened lower on Friday after an apparent attempted coup in Turkey.
They say that good things come to those who wait — and that couldn’t be truer for the bulls on Wall Street, according to one technical analyst.