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The stress of the first two months of the year melted away as the Dow Jones Industrial Average turned higher for 2016 on Thursday.
U.S. stocks were mostly higher, trading at their best levels of 2016 at midday on Thursday.
U.S. stocks kicked off Thursday’s session slightly to the downside, despite confirmation from the Fed that its pace of rate hikes will be slower than previously expected.
The Federal Reserve’s dovish March statement shows the central bank was a little too optimistic about the economy towards the end of last year.
Wall Street will take another look today at Federal Reserve Chairwoman's Janet Yellen message about the economy.
U.S. stocks ended Wednesday in the green thanks to a market surge mid-afternoon following the Federal Reserve announcement.
Investors showed caution through the morning ahead of the Federal Reserve's statement out this afternoon.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Wednesday, as investors anxiously awaited the Federal Reserve’s closely watched March statement.
Expect a dovish statement from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday, especially when it comes to the number of rate hikes it expects in 2016.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton rack up victories in their bids to be their party's nominee.
Investors sat on the sidelines again on Tuesday ahead of tomorrow's decision on short-term interest rates from the Fed.
U.S. stocks slid as crude traded at its lowest level in more than a week.
U.S. stocks slipped on Tuesday after some disappointing consumer data.
The Bank of Japan left benchmark interest rates unchanged in negative territory on Tuesday, but one analyst expects the central bank to add more easing measures soon.
Central Banks are getting a lot of attention today.
Wall Street put the brakes on a recent rally to stall near the flatline on Monday.
U.S. stocks remained under pressure as crude resumed its downward slide on Monday.
U.S. stocks kicked off the trading week slightly lower, after posting four straight weeks of gains.
If the broad S&P 500 is going to stay above the critical 2,000 level, the Federal Reserve needs to throw markets a bone this week.
Stocks and oil start the week at the highest levels this year but Wall Street could take a breather ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting this week.