Trade Worries Send Stock Market Plunging, Dow Jones Drops More Than 700 PointsStocks plunged, sending the Dow Jones industrials down more than 700 points, as investors feared that trade tensions will spike between the U.S. and China.
As Price Fluctuates Wildly, Millennials Say They'd Invest In Bitcoin Over StocksAccording to recent studies, the Great Recession of 2008 has made a large portion of millennials so fearful of investing in the stock market that young adults say they'd rather take their chances in the volatile world of cryptocurrency.
Global Stocks Plunge After Wall Street's Record Sell-OffThe stunning rout in U.S. stocks has spread to global markets.
Financial Expert: Investors Should Brace For Bumpier Stock Market RideHow concerned should you be about your retirement money with all the recent ups and downs going on in the stock market?
Dow Drops 1,175, Biggest-Ever Point DropThe Dow Jones industrial average plunged 1,175 points, or 4.6 percent, erasing its gains for the year.
Dow Jones Closes Above 26,000 Points For The First TimeStocks are closing higher on Wall Street, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to its first close above 26,000 points.
Dow Tops 26,000: The Stock Market Is A Runaway Freight TrainSeven trading days. That's how long it took the Dow to rocket from 25,000 to 26,000.
Stocks Tumble Again, So Local Analysts See OpportunityThere’s a downside to those low gasoline prices at the pump.
Global Stock Markets Slide, Oil Falls Below $30 A BarrelU.S. stocks are sharply lower, led by steep declines in energy companies as the price oil takes another tumble.
2015 Not A Good Year For Stocks, So Will 2016 Be Better?If you have a piece of the stock market through a 401k or retirement fund, it's hard to be happy with the year just passed.
Local Financial Advisors React To Wall Street Plunge With Advice To InvestorsU.S. stock markets plunged in early trading Monday following a big drop in Chinese stocks.
Many Worried After Computer Glitches Interrupt NYSE, Travel, NewsFirst, United Airlines, then the New York Stock Exchange, and then the Wall Street Journal; travel, money and news were all interrupted Wednesday by computer glitches.