Contrary to popular belief, the Federal Reserve pays close attention to the stock market, according Dennis Gartman.
The S&P 500 briefly dipped into correction territory.
The market suffered a broad selloff Wednesday.
U.S. stocks get slammed, led by large tech.
Fellow firearm maker Sturm Ruger faced a similar fate during a shareholder vote earlier this year.
Traders also examined reports on home prices and consumer confidence.
Shares of airlines, home improvement centers and insurance companies have been active ahead of Hurricane Florence.
Stocks had posted early gains after a strong August jobs report.
U.S. stocks closed higher Monday as merger and acquisition activity plus hope for a resolution to U.S.-China trade tensions buoyed investor sentiment.
The U.S. is relatively sheltered from Turkey, but contagion possible elsewhere.
Traders also digested the latest earnings reports.
Second quarter earnings season continues this week but at a slower pace.
Although the U.S. economy added fewer-than-expected jobs in July, the country’s job market remains healthy.
Ford Motor Company CFO Bob Shanks estimates how the potential trade war may affect the company's sales and how international auto consolidation may take place in the future.
ERShares CEO and CIO Joel Schulman predicts that the Dow could continue to grow throughout the year, and economists predict 4% 2Q growth rate, which is out on Friday.
U.S Bank Wealth Management senior portfolio manager Eric Wiegand discusses how the likelihood of a volatile trade war will affect the markets.
Shares of software giant Microsoft gave a boost to the Nasdaq that offset several factors that had weighed on the index.
Automakers are pushing back against proposed tariffs on imported cars.
Shares of the search engine giant are on pace for their longest winning streak in five years.