Stocks have been shifting between small gains and losses in afternoon trading on Wall Street.
Stocks have closed with tiny gains after spending most of the day in the red. Energy stocks were a sore spot, ending almost 2 percent lower as the price of crude oil took another tumble.
Stocks have closed higher today, giving the market its third straight week of gains.
Stocks are higher in afternoon trading, but the gains are modest. Shares of drugmaker Eli Lilly dropped after the company announced it has stopped the development of a drug to treat cardiovascular disease.
A slump in health-care stocks, especially biotechnology companies, has brought the stock market's winning streak to a halt.
A rebound in the health care sector has helped steady stocks and push the S&P 500 to its first gain in six days.
Stocks are staying on the down side amid ongoing worries about the outlook for global growth
Stocks closed sharply lower as materials companies sank along with the prices of oil and copper.
U.S. stocks rose broadly today, recouping some losses from a sell-off last week, as investors tried to look beyond uncertainty about the outlook for interest rates.
U.S. stocks are up as traders look to the start of a crucial Federal Reserve policy meeting tomorrow.
The U.S. stock market is closing slightly lower as traders hold back ahead of a much-anticipated Federal Reserve meeting later this week.
U.S. markets are drifting lower as traders look ahead to a much-anticipated Federal Reserve meeting later this week.
Wall Street's wild ride continues. Stocks have surged to their second-biggest gain of the year, more than wiping out Friday's big loss and leaving the Dow down just slightly for the month.
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