It was a gloomy start to the new year on Wall Street as stocks sank as part of a global sell-off.
There's a sinking feeling this first trading day of 2016. At 2:05 p.m., the Dow Jones industrials were down 366 points at 17,059.
Major stock indexes are lower in afternoon trading on Wall Street, giving back some of yesterday's gains.
U.S. stocks are solidly higher for a third straight day today, once again helped by higher oil prices, which lifted shares in oil and gas companies.
U.S. consumers borrowed more heavily for auto and student loans in October, taking out debt that helps them find jobs and commute to work.
It's the stock market's biggest gain since September. It came after the U.S. government reported another solid month of job gains.
U.S. stocks are following European markets lower after the European Central Bank announced stimulus plans that were less aggressive than investors were expecting.
It's the stock market's worst week since August. The dismal week that ended today broke a six-week stretch of gains for the market.
A rally in energy companies helped push the U.S. stock market higher for a second straight day.
Stocks are posting solid gains for the day, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average into positive territory for the year.
The stock market rebounded today from a two-day slump, notching its biggest gain in more than two weeks.
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.
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