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Stocks tumbled Friday after the government's latest jobs report showed that hiring was much slower than anticipated in December, fueling fears of a broad economic slowdown
Weak jobs data and an Intel downgrade spur major losses. Steven Porpora weighs in.
Stocks tumbled Friday after the government's latest jobs report showed that hiring was much slower than anticipated in December, fueling fears of a broad economic slowdown.
Veteran trader Steven Porpora says the market action is sending a clear signal that defense is the best offense.
Stocks can't hold an early bounce as skepticism rises ahead of the jobs number. David Peltier weighs in.
Major stock averages gave up their gains in the last hour of trading Thursday, as better-than-expected economic data couldn't keep blue chips and tech shares from closing near the flat line.
Bulls run to the hills amid weak ISM data, downgrades of chips and NCC's dividend cut. Chris Edmonds and Mike Darda weigh in.
Stocks started off 2008 on a sour note Wednesday, continuing the slide that ended the previous year, owing to a weaker-than-expected read on manufacturing activity and another surge in oil prices.
Amid Nigerian violence and OPEC production constraints, crude cracks another psychological barrier and continues to defy the skeptics.