In the morning the market gapped down due to uncertainty about the Greek debt issues, however at the end of the day the Dow rallied, to close down only 33 points. The S&P closed down slightly at 1314.15...
US stocks gave back early gains on a better than expected jobs report to extend losses to an eight-month low. Weak US manufacturing and consumer spending data this week as well as European debt crisis fears are giving...Read more
US stocks sharply declined for the eighth time in nine days. Although jobless claims were not particularly gloomy, investors sold on worrying signs of a slowing global economy. Some investors went as far to speculate the US government...Read more
Stocks lost early gains and extended losses to an eighth-day slump after the ADP jobs report announced employers added more jobs than expected. US companies added 114,000 jobs in the month of July, above the average forecast of 100,000....Read more
MARKETS Stocks declined for a seventh straight day, its longest losing streak since October 2008, as investors shrugged off a debt compromise in Congress and instead focus on weakening economic indicators. This morning, consumer spending came out lower than...