Dow falls again, closes near 6,500 NEW YORK - The Dow Jones industrial average took another spill Wednesday in a volatile session that...
Dow falls sharply after prices report NEW YORK -- Stocks plunged Friday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 193 points...
Wall Street worried about the global economy and waited while Greece pressured the last investors to sign on for its bailout.
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. economy is having growing pains.
NEW YORK -- War fears pummeled Wall Street Monday, pushing the Dow Jones industrials below the 8,000 level for the first time in three months and sending the overall market lower for the seventh time in eight sessions.\r\n
NEW YORK -- Prices retreated on Wall Street today, dousing an early rally in technology stocks, as interest rates rose in response to several reports of the economy's continuing strength. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 127.10 to 9,786.16. The Dow opened higher, climbing 88.80 to 10,002.06 in the first hour of trading, but quickly fell back. Broader stock indicators faded in the final hour as technology shares trimmed early gains. The Standard & Poor's 500 index lost 14 points, and the technology-heavy Nasdaq composite index fell 18 points.
NEW YORK -- Blue-chip stocks fell slightly today as a last-minute rally mostly wiped out a steep drop that followed Wednesday's record-setting day on Wall Street. Technology stocks crept to another new high. Overseas markets were also mixed, with European stocks falling after a rally in Asian markets.
The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted as much as 369 points, or 2.8 percent, in the first two hours of trading. It recovered steadily in the afternoon, but slid into the close and ended down 313, its biggest point drop since this time last year.
NEW YORK -Oil prices reached a new high and sent stocks lower Monday, pushing the Dow Jones industrials back below 10,000. But with trading on Wall Street light and losses only moderate, investors seemed to be coming to terms with near-$50 per barrel crude.
NEW YORK -- The Dow Jones industrials shattered their post-terrorist attack lows Friday in a dramatic 390-point selloff that began with news of a government investigation at Johnson & Johnson and quickly turned into a full retreat by bruised investors.