Stocks are mixed as investors focus on a wave of corporate earnings reports from such heavy hitters as United Technologies, Procter & Gamble and McDonald's.
Boeing's McAllister is leaving the aerospace giant as the crisis around the grounded 737 MAX jetliner continues to grow.
Kimberly-Clark beats Wall Street's third-quarter earnings but falls just short of analysts' revenue forecasts.
Novartis beats analysts' third-quarter earnings expectations on a double-digit increase in sales.
Stocks finished higher Monday, bolstered by potential progress in the U.S.-China trade war and optimism about upcoming earnings reports.
At least two firms downgraded their ratings and lowered their price targets in light of recent revelations about the Chicago aerospace giant's grounded 737 MAX jetliner.
Stocks declined as Boeing and Johnson & Johnson pulled shares down, while China posted its weakest quarterly economic growth rate in nearly three decades, returning investors' attention to the trade talks between Washington and Beijing.
Record-setting card fees help the credit card giant beat Wall Street's third-quarter earnings expectations.
Stocks finish higher Thursday on news of a Brexit agreement between the U.K. and the European Union, and a ceasefire agreement in Syria, but IBM's revenue miss weighed on investor sentiment.
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