U.S. stocks rallied Tuesday as earnings reports continued to exceed estimates.
U.S. stock indexes were mixed Monday as oil prices ticked to seven-year highs and industrial production slowed.
Zillow Group Inc. said Monday it is pausing home purchases through the end of the year as it works through a backlog of inventory.
U.S. stocks rallied Friday as investors digested blowout earnings from Goldman Sachs and an unexpected rise in retail sales.
Commodity traders are rotating out of oil and into industrial metal copper setting it up for a hot cycle.
The Deerfield, Illinois, drugstore chain on Thursday said it has provided 13.5 million vaccinations in the three months that ended Aug. 31. The company said it has administered more than 40 million COVID-19 vaccinations and more than 16 million COVID-19 tests to date.
Stocks surged as the big banks posted strong quarterly results and jobless claims hit a pandemic era low.
Travel demand roared back this summer before the spread of the Delta variant threatened to bring airlines' recovery to an abrupt halt. While "the variant" -- as Delta Air Lines refers to it -- caused bookings to slow and revenue to dip, the impact was modest and temporary, Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian said in an interview.
U.S. stock indexes ticked higher Wednesday after minutes from the latest Fed meeting showed the central bank's tapering could begin next month and consumer prices surged at the fastest annual pace in 13 years.
U.S. stock fell Tuesday as investors looked ahead to the start of earnings season on Wednesday.
Micron Technology Inc. shares tumbled to a 10.5-month low Tuesday after a report said prices for DRAM memory chips will fall next year as supply is set to outstrip demand.
Tesla Inc.’s shipments of China-made vehicles hit a record in September.
Wall Street strategists say mounting concerns over stagflation are a good opportunity to buy the dip stocks.
U.S. stock indexes bounced between losses and gains as traders position ahead of the start of earnings season.
U.S. stock indexes fell Friday after the September jobs data fell short of estimates and after the Senate passed a short-term increase to the debt limit.
Coal prices could be a "canary in the coalmine" for oil, according to JPMorgan.
U.S. stock indexes surged Thursday after lawmakers reached a short-term deal to raise the debt ceiling.
October's rocky month continues as stock volatility ramps up.
U.S. stocks rallied Tuesday as the major averages recouped most of their prior day's losses.
U.S. stocks hit hard Monday as President Biden’s economic agenda stalled and a Facebook outage weighed down tech.