U.S. stock indices perform mixed as the 'worst' month of the year begins for markets.
U.S. stock markets dip Tuesday afternoon as investors return from the U.S. Labor Day weekend to begin September, the 'worst' month of the year for markets.
U.S. stock index futures are drifting higher Tuesday as the market returns from the U.S. labor day weekend to begin September, historically the 'worst' month of the year.
U.S. markets closed just slightly higher on Friday, capping four straight weekly gains and their best August since 2000.
Equities remain on track for their fourth straight weekly gain, bolstered by good economic data.
U.S. stock index futures are indicating a stronger open on Wall Street Friday as they track the European markets higher.
U.S. stock markets end the day lower as concerns about flaring Ukraine-Russia tensions and Europe's deflationary pressures encourages more protective positioning on Thursday.
U.S. stocks remain negative early afternoon Thursday as geopolitical caution sparked by Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko's statement that Russia has invaded Ukraine triggers a flight-to-safety rally.
U.S. stock index futures are slipping Thursday amid geopolitical caution after Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko says that Russia has invaded Ukraine.
U.S. stock indices close above 2,000 for the second day after flitting in and out of positive territory throughout Wednesday's session on a lack new economic catalysts.