US stocks in major sell-off on worsening trade tensions
The Dow, which at one point was down more than 600 points, and S&P 500 had their biggest drop since Jan. 3.
US stocks rebound after huge early session plunge
Despite fears that President Trump's tariff threat would cause China to cancel this week's talks, the meetings remain on track, according to published reports.
US ending Iranian oil waivers sends crude oil prices soaring
Traders were bracing for a sharp reduction in the global supply of crude oil.
Stocks up on IPOs, retail sales, gains of industrial firm shares
Trading volumes were near their lowest levels in 2019.
Stocks caught between corporate struggles, strong China GDP
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped on falling shares of UnitedHealth and IBM, which missed its revenue target in the recently completed quarter.
Boeing Max jet stall-prevention system active in Ethiopian Airlines crash, report
The tentative conclusions reinforce a widespread perception that the MCAS was to blame for both the Ethiopian Airlines crash and another 737 Max jet crash in Indonesia less than five months earlier that killed all 189 people on board.
Decade-long bull market good for Main Street, not just Wall Street
The unemployment rate on March 9, 2009, was 8.3 percent; last month it was an enviable 3.8 percent, according to a Labor Department report issued Friday.
Stocks slide on weakening global growth outlook
All three major equity averages posted their third straight down day.
FDA OKs new Johnson & Johnson antidepression drug
Spravato is esketamine, which is similar to the party drug and anesthetic known as ketamine.