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U.S. employers slammed the brakes on hiring over the last two months and wages fell in September, raising new doubts about the strength of the economy.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose Thursday in a choppy start to the fourth quarter as investors awaited September's jobs report and the start of earnings season.
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Farm implement-maker Caterpillar said it could cut up to 10,000 jobs through 2018 as part of a restructuring plan to save up to $1.5 billion annually.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods dropped in August with weakness in a key category that tracks business investment plans.
U.S. stocks ended down slightly Wednesday, led by losses in materials and energy shares as weak Chinese and U.S. factory data added to growth worries.
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Stocks fell Tuesday, dragged down by investor uncertainty over when the Fed will raise interest rates and a drop in commodities shares.
Major stock indexes rose Monday, rebounding from last week's losses with help from Apple and banks, but a drop in biotech shares limited Nasdaq's advance.
Stocks fell Friday as the Fed's decision to keep interest rates near zero stoked concern about the impact of weak global growth on U.S. corporate earnings.
Energy stocks pushed Wall Street higher Wednesday, but volume was light ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates later this week.
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Stocks closed lower Monday as investors put off making big bets ahead of the Fed's policy meeting this week and others worried about weak data from China.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline fell 27 cents in the past three weeks as refiners and retailers gave up some profit to sell more fuel.
Stocks rose Friday and the S&P 500 posted its biggest weekly gain since July, but energy shares dropped on a forecast of lower oil prices through next year.
U.S. stocks ended the day down more than 1 percent Wednesday in another volatile session, led by a drop in Apple shares and a decline in energy shares.
As the summer driving season ends, gas prices have fallen to the lowest seasonal level since 2004, wiping out more than a decade of rising fuel bills.
Stocks plunged again Tuesday, after an economic report out of China rekindled fears that its economy is slowing more than previously anticipated.
Factory activity hit a more than two-year low in August as manufacturers struggled with a strong dollar, weak global demand and cuts in the energy sector.
Wall Street ended lower Monday after a senior Federal Reserve official added to fears among investors of a U.S. interest rate hike in September.
Wall Street racked up its biggest one-day gain in four years as bargain hunters swooped in, emboldened by hope of a delay in a rise in interest rates.
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Stocks closed lower Tuesday, despite a surge earlier in the day that was fueled by a cut in interest rates by China's central bank to shore up its economy.
Stocks ended more than 3 percent lower on Monday, their fifth straight drop, in a volatile session that confirmed the S&P 500 was formally in a correction.
The average price of a gallon of gas remained steady in the past two weeks as price rises in several Midwest cities offset cuts in the West, a survey shows.
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The S&P 500 suffered its biggest daily percentage drop in nearly four years on Friday as fears of a China-led global slowdown continued to rattle investors.