Wall Street nets record closing highs to end its fifth consecutive week of gains thanks to its friends in the central banks of China and Europe.
All-time highs for stocks are triggered by decisive action from central banks in Europe and China.
U.S. stocks rocket to all-time highs as China and Europe make stimulus moves.
New record highs are in sight as U.S. stock futures surge after China's central bank cuts benchmark interest rates.
Investors feel the generous holiday spirit early as several retailers post better-than-expected third-quarter earnings reports.
Best Buy, Williams-Sonoma and other retailers pull shares slightly higher on Thursday.
U.S. stocks are trading mixed on Thursday after a benign infation report.
U.S. stock futures fall on Thursday after worrying manufacturing data from China and Europe.
After a brief rally following the release of the Fed's October minutes, stocks ended up on a blah note. The major averages closed slightly lower, just off their record highs.
After a brief rally following the release of the Fed's October minutes, stocks fell back as investors concluded the central bank hadn't really signaled anything new.