Stocks fell for a second straight day on Wall Street today as investors were left unimpressed by Apple's latest batch of product announcements.
Stocks are slipping for a second straight day in afternoon trading on Wall Street.
A retreat in oil and energy stocks pulled the rest of the U.S. stock market mostly lower today.
Stocks are mostly lower in afternoon trading, while the price of oil is down another dollar and trading at its lowest level since January. The slump in oil prices has energy stocks leading the declines on the New York Stock Exchange.
Investors seeking safety are leading stocks back into positive territory this afternoon, following a morning slump prompted by a disappointing August jobs report.
Officials with the South Dakota Retirement System say they're holding off on discussing the effects of last year's Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.
The stock market suffered a tiny loss today despite strong reports about the U.S. economy.
Stocks are mostly lower in afternoon trading, despite a pair of reports that suggest the U.S. economy is gaining strength.
A monthly economic survey index for nine Midwestern and Plains states rose slightly in August, suggesting growth is ahead.
Stocks are mixed in light Wall Street trading ahead of the Labor Day weekend, with the Dow slightly lower and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq slightly higher.
The escalating conflict in Ukraine is combining with disappointing earnings and profit outlooks from several retailers to drag stocks lower today.
Stocks are ending the day essentially flat. The S&P 500 eked out a gain of one-tenth of a point, enough to set another all-time high.
Major stock indexes are little changed in afternoon trading after spending much of the day drifting between small gains and losses. It was a quiet day of trading, as investors monitored company earnings and the latest corporate deal news ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
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