The S&P 500 closed at a record high as deal activity worth $100 billion offset concerns about overseas growth after Japan's economy slipped into recession.
Regulators fined five major banks $3.4 billion for conspiring to manipulate foreign currencies, which pushed their stocks down and ended a run of records.
A month ago investors worried that a big market correction had arrived. Now they just saw record highs for the S&P 500 for five straight sessions.
Macy's reports its fiscal third-quarter earnings of $217 million, or 61 cents a share, surpassing Wall Street expectations of 49 cents.
U.S., British and Swiss regulators have fined five global banks $3.4 billion for attempting to manipulate foreign exchange markets.
If you are an active and nimble investor, you might be able to take advantage of the bullish bias during the holidays.
The Dogs of the Dow, a common strategy for choosing stocks from the Dow Jones industrial average looks like it could succeed again this year.
Stocks closed little changed Friday, pressured by renewed uncertainty in health care stocks and by Disney shares, even as the jobs picture improved.
Luxembourg came under fire Thursday after leaked documents allegedly revealed the extent to which it has attracted the super-rich with sweet tax deals.
Solid profits for big companies and optimistic economic news helped nudge the stock market to another record high Thursday.
Stocks cascaded to their worst slump in two years in October, but the market has rebounded and the Dow and S&P 500 closed at record highs Friday.
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The diagnosis of an Ebola case in New York sent U.S. futures into a tizzy, spurring worries Wall Street may give up recent gains, as European stocks fell.
Some ETFs emphasize market segments that tend to be less prone to big swings, and they may be safer havens in these volatile days.
After several days surfing Wall Street's gut-wrenching swells and troughs, investors got a smoother ride on Thursday. Well, mostly.
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The Dow, the S&P 500, the Nasdaq Composite and the Russell 2000 are all down. Is this another jinx month for stocks?
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Import prices fell in September for the third straight month as the cost of petroleum products declined and a strong dollar made European goods cheaper.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could sell up to $830 million worth of shares to boost its finances after it lists on Wall Street next week.
U.S. growth is strengthening, but outlooks elsewhere are less positive. Poor reports on global growth and German industrial production sent stocks tumbling.
Questions remain over whether J.C. Penney can continue its turnaround as expectations of mass store closures are expected by stock analysts.
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The stock market sputtered to an indecisive close Thursday, taking a pause after three straight days of losses.
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