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Stocks fell on Wednesday as volatile trading continued through the start of the earnings season.
Stocks rose on Tuesday after the release of strong quarterly results from some of the largest U.S. companies helped the market recover from last week’s sell-off.
Stocks rose in volatile trading on Friday, but still posted sharp losses for the week as investors fretted over rising interest rates, high technology valuations and worries about a possible economic slowdown.
The tech sector had its worst day in seven years, leading the Dow to its worst day in eight months.
Stocks had their worst day in eight months on Wednesday after a sharp downturn in tech shares, coupled with persistently higher interest rates, spooked investors. Here is a look at some of the most staggering stats from the downturn.
Stock market bears have one last chance right now to upend things before the year ends.
Stocks fell on Friday after the release of mixed employment data jolted interest rates higher.
Bob Pisani explains why bond yields have been rising.
Stocks fell on Thursday as interest rates hit new multiyear highs, dampening investor sentiment.
Fears over rising interest rates dinged major stock market averages but benefited one sector that has been waiting to reap the benefits of higher yields.
In one of Wall Street’s starkest divergences, the shares of big asset managers have been trampled during this year’s bull run.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped to session highs on Tuesday as a gain Intel propelled semiconductor shares higher.
Stocks rose sharply on Monday as investors cheered news of Canada joining a trade deal with the United States and Mexico.
After consecutive quarters of near-record profit growth, companies are starting to lower expectations. With third-quarter earnings right around the corner, companies are cutting their outlooks at levels not seen since the first quarter of 2016.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit its first record high since January on Thursday as gains in Apple and a decrease in trade fears lifted the 30-stock index.