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U.S. stocks settle in the red Friday, racking up a third week of losses following a choppy trading session.
U.S. stocks are leaning towards a negative bias heading into the close following a choppy trading session.
U.S. stocks are exhibiting wild swings between gains and losses Friday morning, reflecting seasonal volatility, concerns about the global growth trajectory, and excitement about third-quarter earnings.
U.S. stock index futures are plunging Friday, pointing to a potential weekly loss for the benchmark stock indices as investors continue to worry that the global economy is stalling.
The stronger U.S. dollar is likely to have a significant impact on third-quarter earnings, which companies began reporting this week.
The latest Federal Reserve minutes from its September meeting present what the markets interpret as the not-too-hot, not-too-cold Goldilocks scenario.
A new study confirms that when a company moves its earnings announcement forward, that usually means good news. And when a company delays announcing earnings, it's usually bad.
U.S. markets end the week in the red, despite a jobs-data-inspired rally on Friday.
U.S. stocks are rallying on Friday on positive jobs sentiment, but not enough to recover from the week's losses.
U.S. stocks are snapping back after a stronger-than-expected jobs report that saw the jobless rate dip to its lowest since July 2008.