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Stocks get pummeled Wednesday after investors lose confidence amid a confluence of economic and geopolitical factors.
U.S. stock markets are sinking Wednesday afternoon as the new quarter begins with a barrage of weak overseas and domestic data, coupled with troubles brewing in China.
U.S. stocks sink Wednesday as geopolitical jitters flare and investors await a stronger confirmation of market fundamentals.
U.S. stock futures slip Wednesday ahead of job and manufacturing reports and amid the U.S's unprecedented diagnoses of the Ebola virus.
U.S. stock markets closed in the red Tuesday, but saw the S&P 500 log its seventh straight quarterly gain.
U.S. stocks are falling back near session lows Tuesday afternoon in uneasy market conditions marked by a day of choppy day trading.
U.S. stock markets turn modestly higher late Tuesday morning after investors processed a batch of disappointing economic data.
U.S. index futures are pointing to a fresh rebound on Wall Street Tuesday as investors cheer eBay's plan to split off its PayPal business.
U.S. stocks fail to climb out of negative territory Monday as questions about the end of QE3 and the small cap divergence are lacking answers.
U.S. stocks climb off session lows but fail to recover into positive territory as questions about the end of QE3 and the small cap divergence are lacking answers.