Tech Giants Hit Hard; Dow Drops More Than 390 PointsDow Jones tumbled more than 500 points during Friday's trading session, dropping below 16,000 points as the financial markets suffered another day of setbacks with many Silicon Valley stocks losing value.
August Stock Swing Lead To Record Trading For Charles SchwabAll that volatility last month in the stock market may have resulted in some blows to your 401K account, but for Charles Schwab, it was a boon.
Stock Market Rebounds, Biggest Gain In 7 YearsThe Dow Jones industrial average soared more than 600 points Wednesday, its biggest gain in seven years.
Facebook, Google, Apple All See Big Jumps From Tuesday Stock ReboundChina is once again the prime reason for the action. The People's Bank of China finally did the expected and cut interest rates in Beijing's latest move to try and put the brakes on its own market meltdown.
Dow Jones Plunges As Worldwide Sell Off ContinuesThe Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more than 1,000 points when the markets opened Monday morning.
Dow Jones Tops 18,000 For First Time As U.S. Economy Grows At Fastest Pace In 11 YearsStocks are pushing further into record territory as the Dow Jones industrial average tops 18,000 points for the first time.
Dow Plunges More Than 450 Points; Nasdaq Losses Reach 'Correction' LevelU.S. stocks tumbled across indexes Wednesday as fears of a global economic slowdown intensified, with the Dow Jones industrial average in its fourth day of consecutive losses - plunging more than 400 points.
Bay Area Stocks Among Those Battered On Wall StreetSeveral Bay Area stocks were among those losing ground Thursday. Apple Inc. was down more than $6 on the day, while Google stock was off more than $10 and Chevron slid some 2.5 percent.
Chevron Among Top Decliners As Dow Plunges 251 PointsRelentlessly gloomy reports about the health of the world economy rocked Wall Street on Thursday, with San Ramon-based Chevron among the Dow's leading decliners.
Hewlett-Packard Regains Market Footing; Shares Lead DowHewlett-Packard Co. is showing signs of recovery as it strengthened its position as the world's largest maker of personal computers and gained back some of the business it had lost while weighing whether to dump its PC division.