Stocks skidding in the final hour of trade heading further into correction territory.
Stocks headed lower Monday as oil took the plunge, virtually collapsing in price.
The market could not make up its mind Thursday, as the Dow crossed the unchanged line more than 150 times before finally settling just slightly lower.
Is it the start of the famed Santa Claus rally? Stocks broke into rally mode on the first day of December to close near session highs.
Stocks took a beating after the head of Europe's central bank unveiled monetary stimulus that fell short of investors' expectations.
All the major averages skyrocketed, with the Dow seeing gains of 247 points.
The bulls taking a breather today after last week's gains, basically closing flat to slightly lower today.
The three main indexes posted their steepest one-day decline since September 28.
We finally saw the bulls come out of hiding on Wall Street Monday! U.S. stocks rebounded from last week's painful selloff, but it wasn't a smooth ride!
The Dow was up as much as 259 points at the highs of the session Tuesday and closed up 157 points, marking its first two-day gain in two-and-a-half weeks.
Stocks celebrated Friday, rallying sharply higher on the solid November jobs report.
Stocks tried to fight it, but they were too weighed down by the drop in oil to eke out even a small a gain.
A whiplash for the markets Wednesday as the Dow lost its 200-point gain and endured a 364-point swing before finally settling lower by 75 points.
The markets showed their resilience in the face of geopolitical risk.
A horrific shooting in California gripped the nation as well as the markets. The first reports of the breaking situation in San Bernardino drove stocks even deeper into the red.
U.S. stocks snapped a three-day losing streak Thursday, with energy and health care stocks leading the rally.
The market closed lower for a third-straight week, marking its longest losing streak in two months.
A rather subdued start to the year – U.S. stocks pared earlier losses but still ended the first trading session of 2015 on a mixed note - only the Dow managed to eek out a slight gain, while all the other U.S. major averages ended the day in the red.
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