Forget yesterday's losses. Stocks are up with Tiffany & Co. touching all-time highs.
Following a positive start, U.S. stocks closed in the red for a fourth straight session Wednesday, as investors weighed strong U.S. economic data against ongoing uncertainty about Greece's political situation.
The rally that began in March may have marked the start of a powerful new bull market. But precious few strategists called it -- just as few foresaw back in 1999 what a lousy decade this would be for stocks.
U.S. stocks were set to slide at Monday's open, as investors pause in the recent surge on Wall Street.
Stocks struggled Tuesday, as strength in global markets and U.S. commodities vied with some investor caution after the recent rally.
Stocks struggled Tuesday, ending mixed, as investors mulled improved auto sales, surging commodity prices and Warren Buffett's buyout of railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe.
The dollar fell to a one-year low against a basket of currencies in volatile trading Friday as safe-haven demand evaporated and investors fret about the stability of the U.S. currency.
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Wall Street churned Wednesday ahead of the latest policy statement from the Federal Reserve, with a stronger dollar and weakness in commodity shares keeping a lid on any gains.
Wall Street seesawed Tuesday as a better-than-expected housing market report vied with a surprise drop in consumer confidence, leaving investors wary of pushing stocks much in either direction.
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