|Day Low/High||49.42 / 49.81|
|52 Wk Low/High||48.02 / 83.24|
Stocks extend session highs in the final hour of trading Tuesday as crude oil rebounds after a slump a day earlier.
Wall Street closes the holiday-shortened week with gains, but the week ahead looks to be a rockier road.
Stocks are slightly higher by mid-afternoon Friday as a selloff in the energy sector drags on markets.
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Both the Nikkei and Shanghai stock indexes rise in early morning trading in Japan.
Stocks pare gains by Thursday afternoon, even as crude oil closes above $42 a barrel and the energy sector soars.
It was another unpredictable day for Apple (AAPL).
Stocks extend a steep decline Thursday as better-than-expected housing and business activity data pave the way for a September rate hike.
Wall Street enjoyed a relief rally to start the week on Monday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average looks to snap a seven-day losing streak on Monday.
In trading on Friday, shares of PetroChina Co Ltd entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $93.21 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to measure momentum on a scale of zero to 100.
Twitter (TWTR) slid to all-time lows on heavier-than-normal trading volume on Monday before recouping some of those losses.
Investors have a lot on their plates on Monday from plunging oil prices and conflicting data on the U.S. economy to a spike in volatility.
Stocks hover at session lows by late afternoon Monday after crude oil prices collapse following signs of weak demand in China.
July is a mixed month for markets as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closes with slight gains, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average sees a loss.
The Federal Reserve did nothing at its July meeting, but the likelihood it will soon hung a cloud over trading on Thursday.
Stocks hover close to the flatline in late afternoon trading on Thursday.
Stocks rally into the close after the Federal Reserve keeps rates unchanged.
Markets came back with a bang on Tuesday, rallying for the first time in six sessions.
Stocks move confidently higher on Tuesday as the Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day meeting and crude oil prices rebound.
Stocks bounce back to session highs by late morning Tuesday.
Wall Street sees no fresh start to the week as stocks suffer their fifth day of losses on Monday.
Stocks spend their fifth day in the red on Monday, their longest longest streak in six months.
Stocks closed in the green, but not by much, as energy stocks were pummeled by the sell-off in oil prices.
Stocks struggle for small gains on Monday afternoon, pressured by crude oil.
Stocks bounce back into positive territory by mid-morning Monday as better-than-expected earnings from Hasbro and Halliburton lift markets.
European stocks paused for breath Tuesday, moving little as a eurozone emergency summit is deciding Greece's future.
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