U.S. equity markets pared losses of more than 2% with about an hour left in the session after a report surfaced that OPEC members could be ready to agree on production cuts.
World shares jumped and the yen slumped on Friday after the Bank of Japan stunned markets by taking one of its main interest rates into negative territory.
U.S. equity markets jumped on the final trading day of a holiday-shortened week after oil prices staged a comeback from a volatile week.
U.S. equity markets posted gains as oil prices turned positive after a rollercoaster ride in the prior session.
U.S. equity futures fell, global stocks resumed their recent selloff as oil prices sank to a 12-year low.
U.S. equity markets reversed significant gains on Tuesday as traders grappled with continued low oil prices and a fresh round of market stimulus in China.
U.S. equity markets took a nosedive as oil prices traded below $30 a barrel, China's benchmark entered bear-market territory, and U.S. economic data disappointed.
Wall Street closed solidly in negative territory on Friday, rounding out the worst week for the broader averages ever, sending them down 6%.
U.S. equity markets saw steep losses on Friday as traders kept a close eye on crude oil prices, which notched fresh seven-year lows.
Stocks ended off session lows, but deep in the red as oil prices pared significant gains during the session, but traded near financial-crisis lows.
U.S. equity markets lost momentum late in the session as traders parsed a speech from Fed Chief Janet Yellen, and as the energy sector saw steep declines.
Wall Street was higher on Monday as traders around the world grappled with the devastating terror attacks in France last week.
U.S. equity markets were solidly lower on Friday after conflicting consumer data showed shoppers are confident, they're just not spending their money.
U.S. equity markets ended their week on a muted note but still notch the biggest gains in four years as materials, tech, and energy names helped fuel the rally in October.
Asian stock markets sank Wednesday as a global sell-off given impetus by the Volkswagen emissions scandal was exacerbated by weak Chinese factory data.
U.S. stocks are heading lower on Tuesday amid renewed worries about the outlook for global growth.
Asian stock markets climbed Tuesday after Fed officials tried to soothe fears over the world economy and investors hoped for stabilization in weak China factory data.
U.S. stocks rose broadly Monday as investors looked beyond the uncertain timing of a possible interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve.
Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday after concerns about global growth weighed on U.S. and European share prices.
U.S. stocks are falling in early trading Friday, following a sharp sell-off in European markets, as investors consider the implications of the Federal Reserve's decision to hold off raising interest rates.