Stocks hovered around the flat line in midday trading Monday with the Dow and the S&P 500 slightly down and the Nasdaq inching slightly higher.
Stocks were mixed at Monday's opening bell amid a slew of global economic news and corporate earnings.
Stocks extended their gains by mid-morning after opening sharply higher on strong U.S. jobs data.
BHP Billiton (BHP) shareholders have voted in favor of the demerger of metals and mining group South32.
Shares of burger chain Wendy's (WEN) rose on Wednesday after the company posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings.
With Tesla (TSLA) set to report first-quarter earnings after the market close on Wednesday, S&P Capital IQ analyst Efraim Levy sheds light on what investors can expect.
McDonald's (MCD) announced a new global turnaround plan on Monday aimed at revitalizing its struggling business.
Shares of Charter Communications (CHTR) slipped in Friday trading after the company reported a quarterly loss that widened from last year.
Chevron (CVX) became the latest energy company to report lower quarterly profit on Friday, weighed down by the plunge in oil prices, yet results still beat expectations.
Shares of CVS Health (CVS) are rising in Friday trading after the drugstore operator reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings.