Five months after the U.S. election sent stocks zooming higher, investors are ditching U.S. equities for their European counterparts.
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The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in May as the labor force participation and unemployment rates declined, according to Labor Department figures released Friday.
President Trump laid out more details on how he will restart America's engine of growth.
TJX, the parent company of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, reported better-than-expected comparable store sales on Wednesday.
Amazon's Whole Foods buy isn't signed and sealed just yet...meaning other bidders could come to the table before the acquisition closes.
As investors pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average up above the psychologically-significant 20000 milestone on Wednesday, Wall Street’s so-called fear gauge dropped to its lowest level in two-and-a-half years.
After a brief hiatus, the Dow Jones Industrial Average resumed its march toward 20000, crossing the elusive milestone on Wednesday as President Donald Trump demonstrates his seriousness about fulfilling campaign promises of lower taxes, less regulation, and more fiscal spending.
American Airlines will restore service for 40 of its 48 aircraft affected by a loose seat issue. The airline says the problem is caused by “gunk” build-up surrounding the seat locking mechanism.
Data show consumers are feeling confident about the economy, but still refuse to spend money -- here's everything you might have missed this week.
Wall Street plunged into the close of trade Friday as the major averages closed out the week down more than 3%, and the price of oil dove 10%.