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Stocks Waver On Wall Street After Mixed Data On The Economy

Investors reviewed mixed news on the economy as markets head for a long weekend. Markets will be closed Monday for the Christmas holiday.

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Elon Musk Sells $3.95 Billion Worth Of Tesla Stock

Musk sold 19.5 million shares of the electric car company from Nov. 4 to Nov. 8, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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U.S. Futures Decline Ahead Of Fed Rates Decision

Futures for the Dow Jones and S&P 500 each slipped 0.3% Monday as investors eye another meeting by the Federal Reserve to weigh on interest rates.

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Stocks Surge On Wall Street; U.K. Tax Retreat Welcomed

European markets were also broadly higher, and most Asian markets gained ground after a volatile week that closed with most major indexes in the red.

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Wall Street Drops Back To Lowest Since 2020 As Fear Returns

For markets to really turn higher, analysts say investors will need to see a break from the high inflation that's swept the world.

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Recession Worries Loom As Wall Street Falls Deeper Into Bear Market

Wall Street remains on shaky ground as indexes continue to fall into a bear market amid rising inflation.

 | James Packard

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U.S. Stocks Fall Broadly Ahead Of Key Fed Decision On Rates

More than 90% of stocks and every sector in the benchmark index lost ground as traders wait to see how far the Fed will raise interest rates.

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U.S. Markets Sink Ahead Of Another Expected Interest Rate Hike

Futures for the Dow Jones industrials and for the S&P 500 each tumbled nearly 1% Monday morning.

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Stocks Edge Higher On Wall Street After Painful Sell-Off

The broader U.S. economy has been slowing, but consumers have remained resilient and the job market remains strong.

 | Bianca Facchinei and AP

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Stocks Drift Mostly Lower On Wall Street, Extending Losses

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average were down 0.3% in afternoon trading on Tuesday, while the Nasdaq fell 0.4%.

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Stocks Slip On Wall Street, Erasing Weekly Gains For S&P 500

Pricey technology companies and retailers had some of the biggest losses. Utilities and energy stocks held up better than the broader market.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

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U.S. Stocks Rise As More Big Companies Report Solid Earnings

Oil prices are steady after the OPEC oil cartel and its allies decided to boost production in September by a much slower pace than in previous months.

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Markets Extend Slump As Wall Street Returns From July 4th Holiday

The S&P 500 was down 1.5% as of midday Tuesday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.8% to just over 30,500.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

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Stocks Rally, But Still Mark Their 6th Straight Losing Week

The S&P 500 climbed 2.4%, led by more gains in the highly volatile technology sector.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

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Elon Musk Accused Of Breaking Law While Buying Twitter Stock

The complaint in New York federal court accuses Musk of violating a regulatory deadline to reveal he had accumulated a stake of at least 5%.

 | AP

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Global Stocks Tumble As Russia-Ukraine Conflict Escalates

Moscow's stock exchange briefly suspended trading on all its markets on Thursday morning.

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Stocks Slip, Yields Soar On Hottest Inflation In 40 Years

Technology stocks were among the biggest losers, while energy companies and raw materials suppliers held up better.

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Meta Suffered The Largest One-Day Plunge In U.S. Corporate History

Because Meta is valued so highly, a big swing in its stock price can also sink or lift broader market indexes.

 | AP

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Stocks Recover As Investors Jump In After Big Sell-Off

The steady decline in stock prices has come as the Fed has signaled its readiness to begin raising its benchmark short-term interest rate in 2022.

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Stocks Tumble As Federal Reserve Eyes Interest Rate Hikes

The Dow Jones dropped by more than 700 points Monday morning, while the NASDAQ and S&P 500 were down 440 points and 120 points, respectively.

 | AP

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Stocks Sink On New COVID Variant; Dow Loses 905 Points

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 900 points in early trading Friday.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

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Stocks End Higher, Bringing S&P 500 To The Cusp Of A Record

The S&P 500 has approached another record high.

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Bitcoin Shares Hit Record High After Launching Exchange-Traded Fund

Shares soared past $66,000 after launching an ETF that lets you invest in the future price of the cryptocurrency without dealing with actual tokens.

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Gamestop Mania Severely Tested Market System, Regulator Says

Gamestop stock mania tested the stock market but did not break it, according to a new SEC report.

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Stocks Sink, Yields Tumble As Virus Fears Rise

The S&P 500 was 1.9% lower in morning trading, after setting a record high just a week earlier.

 | AP

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Major Stock Indexes Finish Up, NASDAQ Hits An All-Time High

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said: "Inflation has increased notably in recent months."

 | Jay Strubberg

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Big Bank CEOs Field Questions From Congress On Wall Street Practices

The industry was blamed for the Great Recession and has spent most of the past year trying to appear more helpful to struggling borrowers.

 | Simon Kaufman

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Topps Looks For $1.3 Billion IPO Score As Card Sales Soar

Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner is planning to make Topps a publicly traded company in a deal worth $1.3 billion.

 | Scripps News Staff

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Roblox Gaming App Goes Public On Stock Market

Like many video games, it gained a lot of popularity during the pandemic.

 | Scripps News Staff

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House Finance Committee Examines GameStop Trading Frenzy

Lawmakers questioned executives from the trading app Robinhood and a major hedge fund, and a YouTuber who led the frenzy.

 | Gage Jackson