Night owls who enjoy shopping at Target will soon have an extra hour to browse the shelves.
A bidding contest between Dollar General and Dollar Tree for discount retailer Family Dollar and easing concerns about Ukraine have helped send U.S. stock indexes higher.
U.S. stocks are up as investors focus on corporate news. European markets also rose as worries about an escalating conflict in Ukraine eased. Dollar General jumped after making a bid for a rival discount retailer.
Stocks are modestly higher on Wall Street. The Dow has been up 40 to 50 points this afternoon, while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are also in positive territory.
Stocks have closed lower on Wall Street following two days of gains as investors focus on problems in Ukraine and Iraq. Energy stocks fell more than the rest of the market, dragged down by a decline in the price of crude oil.
Stocks are sagging in quiet trading on Wall Street. The Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq composite are all moderately lower.
Stocks are moving higher in afternoon trading on Wall Street as investors weigh productivity gains in the U.S. against escalating geopolitical troubles in Ukraine, Gaza and Iraq.
Stocks are closing slightly higher, led by a rebound in consumer staples stocks.
Renewed investor worries about instability in the world, particularly the situation in Ukraine, took a toll on the stock market today.
Today's slide on Wall Street is worsening, with the Dow industrials down by more than 160 points in mid-afternoon trading.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has changed its outlook on South Dakota's credit rating for the better.
Stocks are moderately higher in afternoon trading. They've been moving between small gains and losses today after a selloff last week put caution back into the market.
Stocks are closing mixed. That's because the Federal Reserve says the economy is strengthening enough for the central bank to continue cutting its stimulus.
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