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As Wall Street prepares to close out 2015 much where it started, investors looked to the year ahead to determine direction on the second-last day of trading.
Stocks move slightly lower as another selloff in crude oil prices hits the energy sector.
Investors grew more pessimistic over the state of the global economy heading into the new year, pushing stocks lower on Wednesday.
Stocks pull back on Wednesday morning as crude oil returns to a level below $37 a barrel.
Bridgestone won't counter Carl Icahn's latest offer for auto-repair chain Pep Boys, leaving Wall Street to speculate on the billionaire investor's plans for the Philadelphia company.
Pep Boys (PBY) stock is declining on Wednesday morning as Bridgestone (BRDCY) said it would not up its offer after Carl Icahn’s latest bid for the company.
Stock futures pull back on Wednesday morning after a tech-inspired rally a day earlier.
The weak outlook for oil prevails, and oil prices are sliding back toward an 11-year low.
Apple, Microsoft and Qualcomm push the S&P 500 into positive territory for the year during one of the final sessions of 2015.
Stocks hit session highs by mid-afternoon Tuesday, pulled higher by high-momentum tech names.
Auto-parts retailer Pep Boys plans to scrap a buyout offer from tire-maker Bridgestone unless the suitor trumps an offer of $18.50 a share, or about $1 billion, from Carl Icahn.
Stocks extend gains on Tuesday morning as crude oil makes a rebound after Monday's selloff.
Pep Boys (PBY) stock is gaining on Tuesday morning as the company moves to terminate its deal with Bridgestone (BRDCY) in favor of Icahn’s new offer.
Stock futures climb on Tuesday morning as crude oil makes a slight rebound after Monday's selloff.
U.S. stock futures are bounding back after a lower start to the last trading week of the year. A European rally boosted stock futures in the U.S. too.
Pep Boys (PBY) stock is surging in after-hours trading on Monday after Carl Icahn upped his bid to take over the company.
Crude oil put a stop to Wall Street's holiday cheer on Monday as a year-long commodity selloff appears determined to hang around for 2015's final days.
Stocks tumble to begin their final week of the year as a fresh rout in crude oil prices pressures the energy sector.
Stocks were sharply lower after reopening following the Christmas break week nd.
Stocks extend their drop by mid-morning Monday as a selloff in Chinese equities drags on the energy sector.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Monday morning in a pullback following the Christmas holiday break.
Pep Boys (PBY) stock is up in pre-market trading on Monday as the company agreed to a takeover offer from Bridgestone (BRDCY) and snubbed Carl Icahn's offer.
Doug Kass shares his views on private equity opportunities in the retail sector.