Monday Evening Business Brief
The Obama administration is out with its second round of "Promise Zones," singling out eight economically struggling communities for special attention from the government.
Stocks closed lower on Wall Street today as health care companies weighed on the market and investors waited for a flood of earnings reports.
Stocks are ending higher as investors pore over company earnings.
It's a mixed finish for stocks today as big companies turn in a mixed batch of earnings results.
A mixed batch of earnings results has sent stock indexes in different directions today.
Stocks are ending the day slightly lower. The Dow Jones industrial average fell nearly seven points to close at 18,105. The S&P 500 index lost 1½ points to 2,105.
Electronics retailer Best Buy says Chairman Hatim Tyabji will retire June 9, and President and CEO Hubert Joly will become its chairman.
Stocks have ended the day lower, fading at the end of today's session after being up most of the day.
Stocks have ended with gains on a quiet trading day. Shares were boosted by a jump in oil prices and expectations that the Federal Reserve will be slow to raise interest rates following a weak March jobs report.
Major League Baseball's average ticket price has risen 3.3 percent this season to $28.94, the steepest increase in six years.
Stocks are solidly higher, but trading has been quiet this Easter Monday.
Stocks are lower in afternoon trading, as discouraging economic reports on manufacturing, jobs and construction spending stoke concerns about corporate profits and global growth.
The stock market closed out the first three months of the year on a down note, erasing much of the gains from yesterday's big rally.
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