The DOW Jones Industrial Index started Monday above 14,000 — which marks the first time it’s passed that threshold since before the 2008 financial crisis.
For the first time since May, 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average traded above the psychological milestone of 13,000.
Investors on Wall Street and around the world sold stocks with abandon Thursday, more convinced than ever that the United States and perhaps the globe are headed for a new recession.
Stocks fell and interest rates rose in the Treasury market Friday after the government said the economy grew at a slower pace than expected during the second quarter.
Stocks turned slightly higher Tuesday as investors digested disappointing earnings from IBM and Johnson & Johnson and awaited reports from two big tech companies after the close. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 26 […]
(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file) The stock market ended its best week in a year with another gain Friday as investors placed their last bets before the start of second-quarter earnings reports. The Dow Jones industrial […]
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