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Nike and Darden beats estimates but poor results from KB Home suggest the housing market may still be in the doldrums.
The Dow and S&P 500 drop for the third straight day as data stokes fears of Europe slipping into recession and slowing growth in China.
FedEx posts earnings in line with estimates. Lululemon and Dollar General beat on profit.
Stocks react to disappointing housing data and bearish comments from the Fed chief about Europe.
Oracle easily tops earnings' expectations; General Mills' earnings slip on rising commodity costs.
U.S. stocks finish in the red after mixed housing data and signs of a slowing Chinese economy.
The Fed chief talks to students in what looks like an attempt by the central bank to get more friendly and transparent.
Tiffany misses estimates on holiday profit; Adobe's quarterly profit comes in line with estimates; Amazon buys Kiva Systems for $775 million.
U.S. stocks closed higher amid a lukewarm housing report and Apple's payout announcement.
Apple announces a dividend and stock buyback, saying it will spend $45 billion of its cash pile.