Dow Caps Insane Week With 330-Point BounceWall Street capped a week of violent swings with a big gain. The Dow climbed 330 points on Friday in another extremely turbulent day of trading.
Dow Drops 1,000 Points Amid Fears Of Inflation, Higher RatesHere we go again: Worries about the bond market are driving heavy selling on Wall Street.
Dow Roars Back For 567-Point Gain After Scary StartAnother dramatic day on Wall Street: Stocks nosedived, then they soared.
Machines Are Driving Wall Street's Wild Ride, Not HumansWall Street's recent wild ride isn't driven by nervous portfolio managers, retirees looking at their 401(k) statements or any other human traders. Instead, machines are making the trading decisions.
How The Dow Fell 800 Points In 10 MinutesJust after 3 p.m. on Monday, the Dow went off a cliff. Stocks were falling throughout the day, and just before 3 p.m. the Dow was down 600 points.
Why You Shouldn't Panic About The Market Meltdown (Yet) Global stock markets are a sea of red, but investors shouldn't start panicking just yet.
What Is A Stock Correction And Other Things You Need To KnowIt's been a crazy few days on Wall Street. The Dow plunged 567 points at the opening bell and briefly sank into correction territory before roaring back.
Dow Plunges 1,175 Points -- Worst Point Decline In HistoryIt was the scariest day on Wall Street in years. Stocks went into free fall on Monday, and the Dow plunged almost 1,600 points.
This Is Why The Dow Is PlungingStocks were pummeled on Friday and Monday. The Dow fell more than 1,000 points over two sessions. Here's what's going on.
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.
Snap Shares Takes A Bit Of TumbleAfter tumbling 12 percent Monday, shares of Snap Inc. fell another 8 percent in early trading Tuesday, to $21.91.