Dow Plunges More Than 400 PointsInvestors are in a rotten mood Tuesday. Seemingly good results from Dow components Caterpillar, Coca-Cola and United Technologies didn't please Wall Street.
Dow Drops More Than 1,100 Points Over Two DaysThe Dow dropped back into a correction on Friday as worries about a trade war with China intensified. The exchange has lost more than 1,100 points in two days.
Wall Street Nervous About A Trade War; Dow Sinks More Than 700 Points Trade war fears are rattling Wall Street as President Trump prepares a crackdown on China. The Dow dropped more than 600 points on Thursday, underlining growing concerns among investors about looming tariffs on China.
Market Mayhem Puts Trump In A Tough SpotPresident Trump didn't just take credit for the booming stock market. He outright cheered it to go "up, up, and up."
Stocks Tumbling; Dow Drops More Than 665 PointsWall Street is having its worst day of the Trump presidency. The Dow dropped more than 665 points, or 2.55% on Friday despite a strong jobs report.
California Classifies Glyphosate As Cancer-Causing, FDA Tests Crops For ResidueCalifornia adds glyphosate to list of chemicals known to the state to cause cancer and the FDA is now testing U.S. crops for residue from that same chemical.
All Eyes Focuses On Chinese Stock MarketThe Dow is on pace to lose 1,000 points this week as Wall Street sinks under the weight of China, with the world’s second largest economy showing increasing signs of weakness.
Apple's Stock Debuts On Dow Jones Replacing AT&T The world's most valuable company is now a member of the Dow Jones industrial average.
Dow Breaks 17,000 For 1st Time Following Strong US Job GainsThe government said early Thursday that U.S. employers added 288,000 workers last month, far more than economists were expecting. The unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent.
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.