The week heading into Christmas proved to be an early gift for the bulls. The big question is will the rally continue.
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 closer lower as sales on the first holiday weekend disappoint.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill review key macro and earnings events for the week ahead.
Markets closer mostly higher ahead of pricing on the year's most anticipated tech float tonight - Twitter.
Earnings are winding down, 3Q GDP and jobs numbers are on tap. David Peltier and Andrew Krill look at what to watch in the week ahead.
Markets closed lower as the Fed maintained stimulus as expected, with growing uncertainty around the wind-down of bond purchases.
Solids earnings from market bellwethers helped markets end Thursday's session in the green, despite lackluster US manufacturing data
Markets are set for their best gain in a decade after jobs data was seen to boost the chance stimulus will maintained.
Markets rallied after refocusing on the prospect of extended easy monetary policy after a weak job claims report. A compromise on the debt ceiling also delays that deadline until early next year.