U.S. stocks fell Friday, but were still poised to post their largest weekly gains in two years, as Twitter shares rose 16% on improved revenue.
The Dow industrials gave up gains and the S 500 moved lower. Meanwhile, Chipotle forecast weaker sales. Photo: AP.
U.S. stocks rose alongside oil prices Thursday, as upbeat corporate earnings reports helped spur consumer stocks higher. Photo: Getty.
U.S. stocks fell Tuesday after disappointing results at blue-chip companies like Microsoft and Caterpillar sparked concerns about the strong dollar’s drag on earnings growth. Geoff Rogow joins the News Hub.
Markets remained open despite a blizzard hitting the Northeast and are expected to open on Tuesday. WSJ’s Sara Murray reports. Photo: AP.
Jack Hough previews Barron’s magazine, including a look at the Barron’s roundtable and investing in a lost year for growth. Photo: Getty.
The slump in oil prices continued to weigh on global markets Monday, hammering the Russian ruble in particular. Elsewhere, Japan’s credit rating was downgraded by Moody’s. WSJ’s Katie Martin reports. (Photo: Getty)