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The U.S. economy cranked out new jobs again in January, to the tune of 200,000. But rising bond yields dragged down stocks as the market plummeted Friday.
The floodgates open today as earnings pour in from all over. Some of the biggest tech companies, including Apple (AAPL), get ready to share results this afternoon.
Janet Yellen concluded her reign as the first chairwoman of the Federal Reserve Board and its Open Market Committee; Powell takes over Feb. 5
The rate fear chills that helped send stocks to their biggest losses since last summer burned off Wednesday amid sunny earnings reports and declining Treasury yields.
Anxiety stalks the Street early Tuesday. Attention seems locked on one indicator: The 10-year Treasury yield, above 2.7% for the first time since 2014.
The coming week resembles a sandwich, with the bread consisting of key economic data and plenty of meat in between with a slew of earnings and a Fed meeting.
A presidential speech and a first look at Q4 gross domestic product (GDP) highlight what looks like a busy Friday on Wall Street.
Stocks steamrolled to big gains in pre-market futures trading after Caterpillar (CAT) blew the doors off again with its Q4 results.
It feels like turn back the clock day as the earnings spotlight narrows in on General Electric (GE) and Ford (F), two of the most venerable U.S. manufacturers.
The energy sector helped push markets into record territory yesterday; could that happen again today?
A government shutdown enters day three today, but markets around the world and on Wall Street seem to be taking it in stride, at least in the early going.
The big question today is whether the lights go off or stay on in Washington. Action on Capitol Hill could help determine how things proceed on Wall Street.
A day after a record-setting rally, another big bank posted robust results and China reported better than expected growth. Still, markets looked a little out of breath.
Markets fight in early going to reverse yesterday's wild swings and losses; Dow on track to cross 27,000. Again. But could it hang on today?
It's been only seven sessions since Dow passed 25,000. If it closes above 26,000 today, tomorrow or even just this week, it's on track for a history-making event.
Stocks remain on an impressive run, up eight times in the first nine sessions of the year as big financial firms kicked off earnings season. Results looked pretty strong.