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Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
Concerns that lenders may soon have to pay even more to park reserves with the Japanese central bank weigh on the stocks.
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The Chinese Oil companies joined the grim tally of oil company's posting weak results, while oil prices fell Wednesday on expectations of a surprise increase in U.S. inventories.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a seven-day losing streak. But only by a hair.
Stocks build upon slight gains by mid-afternoon Wednesday as a crude rally energizes oil stocks.
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Asian stock markets opened lower Wednesday, and U.S. stock futures indicate that investors are still fretting over the Brexit results.
Wall Street returned from the long Independence Day weekend with worries over Brexit again gaining traction.
Stocks remain sharply lower by mid-afternoon Tuesday as crude oil closes at its lowest level since June 27.
Wall Street stepped back from the cliff on Tuesday after two days of Brexit panic.
Stocks add to session highs in the final hour, recovering from some of the devastating losses suffered over the past two days.
Stocks recover from a two-day selloff on Tuesday as Brexit worries are priced into the market and hopes of further stimulus rise.
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Stocks move higher on Wednesday as crude adds to the week's gains after a steeper-than-expected decline in U.S. inventories.
Crude oil lit a fire under markets on Wednesday, rallying on a wider-than-expected decrease in inventories. U.S. crude stocks fell by 4.2 million barrels in the past week
Stocks recover to session highs by mid-afternoon Wednesday as crude oil surges and investors pushes a Wall Street rally into day two.
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Stocks on Thursday follow crude oil higher as both a massive Canadian wildfire and fighting in Libya threaten to disrupt output.
Stocks shook off a dour end to April, springing higher on the first trading day of the new month.
Stocks add to gains on the first trading day in May as gains in the consumer staples sector overshadow another decline in energy.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the energy industry lower today.
Key oil-producing countries won't meet until the weekend, but commodity traders placed early bets on a production freeze agreement.
Stocks hover around session highs by mid-afternoon Tuesday as crude oil hits its best level of the year on hopes OPEC can agree on a production freeze.
Stocks spike by late morning Tuesday as hopes grow that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries can agree on a production freeze.
A massive rally in crude oil on Friday wasn't enough for U.S. markets to close on the high noted that earlier trading suggested.
Energy stocks surged to a two-week high on Friday as the number of active oil rigs declined and traders speculated that an OPEC meeting would lead to a production freeze.
Stocks edge higher on Friday afternoon as crude oil continues to race toward the $40 level.