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Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
A selloff in crude oil punished the energy sector and fueled a dour mood on Wall Street, with stocks giving back all the gains achieved earlier in the week.
Stocks trade at session lows Tuesday afternoon as a sharp selloff in crude oil punishes the energy sector.
Stock losses escalate on Tuesday after a massive rally a day earlier inspired by dovish comments from officials at the Federal Reserve and as oil prices slumped.
U.S. stocks suffered from a sharp selloff to end the week as chances of a September hike increased.
Industrial growth in China helped fuel a boom in demand, and eventual supply glut, of the commodity, but the fundamentals may not support a return to prosperity in our lifetime.
Miners, oil producers up; M&S, Lloyds, RBS down
Oil gains on the prospect of Russia and Saudi Arabia cooperation.
Better than expected economic data helps push Spain's IBEX and London's FTSE 250 higher, but many other indices close in the red.
U.S. stocks ended August on a dour note as crude oil endured another selloff.
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A massive rally in crude oil and a better-than-expected quarterly performance from the retail space helped to drive the S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq to new highs on Thursday.
Stocks hold at highs by mid-afternoon Thursday as a series of positive earnings from retail companies pull Wall Street out of its recent rut.
The agency pins its forecast on a bleak macroeconomic outlook.
Stocks retreat further from records highs on Wednesday as resurfacing supply worries take a chunk out of crude prices.
Stocks hold lower by mid-afternoon Wednesday as a slump in crude oil prices pressures the energy sector.
Raymond James analysts said they remain cautious on buying Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) stock due to the companies increasing debt.
Although approximately 400 workers are striking for the next 48 hours, Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) said oil and gas production will not be hurt.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a seven-day losing streak. But only by a hair.