U.S. stocks rise Tuesday after the Conference Board's index of consumer confidence hit a seven-year high as gas prices nationwide plummeted to multi-year lows.
U.S. stock futures pared gains after durable goods orders for September fell, missing expectations of a rise. A slightly better-than-expected read on nationwide home prices did little to impact markets.
Brazil’s runoff presidential election, a Goldman Sachs downgrade across the oil patch and bank stress tests in the European Union did little to impact U.S. stock markets.
U.S. stocks decline with the energy sector leading markets lower after Goldman Sachs says it expects the price of WTI to trade at $74 a barrel in 2015.
U.S. stocks are lower on Monday with the energy sector leading markets to the downside after the price of crude oil falls to a new multi-year low.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower after equities posted their biggest weekly rally of 2014.
The S&P 500 Index recovered much of the ground lost in an October sell-off, posting its biggest weekly gain of 2014
Investors overlooked weaker-than-forecast housing data and the potential for over two-dozen European banks to fail European Central Bank-administered stress tests on Sunday, driving the markets higher in midday trading Friday.
Instead of dealing with fiery and oftentimes combative activist hedge funds, semiconductor KLA-Tencor is giving itself a do-it-yourself balance sheet makeover.
U.S. stock markets rise slightly on Friday despite U.S. home sales for September missing economists' forecasts and a sharp revision downward in August sales.