|Day Low/High||128.04 / 129.37|
|52 Wk Low/High||119.19 / 198.60|
Markets snap a three-day losing streak to close higher amid relative calm in emerging markets and an improvement in U.S. corporate earnings.
Short selling volumes are rising along with optimism in equity markets - but also signal concern around valuations and the viability of several businesses.
US stocks closed lower on wild swings over concern on the outlook for emerging markets. TheStreet's Jane Searle speaks with Seaport Securities' Jason Weisberg at the NYSE.
Markets sell off on poor manufacturing data from China as a lackluster earnings season rolls on. TheStreet's Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.
Markets closed mixed on Wednesday - the Dow was dragged down by stocks such as IBM and Caterpillar while the S&P 500 closed slightly higher.
The Dow finished lower while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were both higher after disappointing earnings from companies such as Travelers, Johnson & Johnson and Verizon.
Markets closed lower and stocks are being punished for earnings misses. TheStreet's Jane Searle reports from the New York Stock Exchange.
Markets closed higher after the World Bank lifted its global growth forecasts and Bank of America's profit triggered a rally in financial shares.
Markets rallied on strong retail sales and merger activity, pushing the S&P 500 to its largest gain this year. The Nasdaq also jumped as tech stocks outperformed.
The S&P 500 notched its largest fall in more than a month after Goldman Sachs warned stock valuations were high. Investors are also speculating over the likelihood of further stimulus cuts when the Federal Reserve meets later in January.
Markets close mixed as retailers deliver two very different messages about holiday spending.
Markets closed lower but Macy's was up more than 5 percent in after-hours trading after it announced job cuts.
Markets snapped a three-day losing steak to finish higher after strong trade data, with health stocks notable among the strong performers. TheStreet's Jane Searle speaks to Brendan Cryan's Derek Orth.
U.S. markets ended lower Monday as traders digest Christmas sales figures and the December jobs report.
U.S. markets end Thursday's session lower on possible tax-related selling after strong gains in 2013.
Markets closed out Monday in the green ahead of the Federal Reserve's final meeting of the year, a sign tapering of the Fed's bond buying program may not happen until January. Seaport Securities' Jason Weisberg speaks with TheStreet's Jane Searle at the NYSE.
Markets were broadly flat at midday as traders were not emboldened by the U.S. budget deal and remained cautious about a possible Fed taper. Peter Cardillo, markets economist at Rockwell Global, tells TheStreet's Jane Searle he suspects markets will hover around current support levels.
Markets closed lower as strong retail sales added further weight for the Fed Reserve to cut its stimulus program next week. TheStreet's Jane Searle reports from New York.
Markets closed lower, with some suggesting a resolution to budget woes raised the prospect that federal stimulus will be cut next week. Others point to a general sell-off after the strong rally this year. Mark Newton from Greywolf Equities gives his take to TheStreet's Jane Searle.
Markets closer lower amid Federal budget talks in Washington and are unlikely to show strong direction until after the central bank's decision on monetary stimulus next week.
Markets moved sideways amid strong export data from China as investors await a potential wind-back of stimulus after the Fed Reserve meeting next week.
Markets close lower as an ongoing raft of positive economic data raises expectations that stimulus will be wound back.
Markets close lower as investors anticipate potential Fed tapering this month amid mostly positive economic data.
Markets close lower as some investors anticipate potential Fed tapering this month.
Markets close higher on lower jobless claims and solid consumer confidence.
The Nasdaq closed over 4,000, marking a 13-year high, and solid housing data offset poor consumer confidence to help markets move higher.