U.S. stocks turned higher Tuesday, reversing their morning declines, as bond markets sold off sharply and Greece's debt standoff continued.
U.S. stocks opened lower Tuesday as bond yields climbed for a second day.
Asian stocks drifted lower Tuesday as markets weighed a possible rebound in U.S. growth against doubts about Greece's ability to make debt payments and stay in the euro currency bloc.
U.S. stocks ended with modest gains on Monday, recovering part of last week's losses in a session marked by cautious trading as investors reacted to mixed economic data.
U.S. stocks inched mostly lower in morning trading Monday as investors sold across industries.
Weak Chinese manufacturing data boosted stock markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong on Monday as investors speculated on the rising likelihood of new stimulus measures.
U.S. stocks sank in late-morning trading Friday, following a disappointing government report that showed the U.S. economy contracted in the first three months of the year.
U.S. stocks are opening slightly lower after the government reported that the domestic economy contracted in the first three months of the year.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday as data showed the economy contracted in the first quarter but indexes still posted gains for the month.
U.S. stocks are ending modestly lower following a sell-off in the Chinese market and concerns about an approaching deadline for Greece to make a debt payment.