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Stocks mostly rose after a report from the Federal Reserve's last meeting showed some officials want a "relatively prompt" rate hike.
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Stocks climbed as strong economic reports offered a benign view on inflation and cast a better-than-anticipated light on the housing market.
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Dow Close Higher as Worries About Ukraine Recede
Stocks jumped, with the Nasdaq Composite rising to its highest level since March 2000 and the price of oil falling to its lowest in a year.
Dow Drops on Ukraine-Russia Military Clash
Stocks see-sawed, climbing at first then falling after a report that Ukrainian artillery destroyed most of a Russian military convoy.
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Stocks Rise on Putin's Ukraine Comments
Stocks rose despite sub-par economic data around the world, and after conciliatory remarks from Russian President Putin eased geopolitical concerns.
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Buffett's Company Shares Hit $200,000 Each
The price of a Class A share of Warren Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway, surpassed $200,000 in trading on Thursday.
Hot Wheels: Will This Ferrari Sell for $50 Million?
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Stocks Rise on Rally from Airlines, Biotechs
Stocks rose as a rally in airlines and biotech firms led gains across the board and investors anticipated an easing of geopolitical tensions.
Stocks Close Lower on Ukraine-Russia Concerns
Stocks slipped in light volume trading on Tuesday for the first time in three sessions as developments in Ukraine and Russia rattled investors.
Stocks Squeeze Gains on Easing World Tensions
Stocks squeezed out gains on Monday in light-volume trading as investors looked for signs of easing in geopolitical tensions.
Dow Soars on Word Russia-Ukraine Crisis Easing
Stocks jumped on signals of reduced tensions in the Russia-Ukraine crisis and as Wall Street viewed U.S. military strikes in Iraq as limited.
Stocks Turn Negative on Ukraine Concerns
Stocks dropped, pushing the Dow further into the red for the year, as Wall Street echoed the European sell-off amid unease over the crisis in Ukraine.
Stocks Flat as Ukraine, Derailed Deals Weigh
Stocks meandered as investors sorted through developments in Ukraine and considered two derailed deals.
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Stocks Drop on Ukraine Unease, Rate Hike Fear
Stocks fell sharply on uncertainty over the crisis between Russia and Ukraine and concerns the strengthening economy will bring interst rate hikes
Stocks Rebound from Last Week's Rout
Stocks rose, rebounding from last week's rout, as companies reported earnings that beat expectations and Portugal moved to rescue its largest lender.
Stocks Slump Again on Jobs, Argentina Concern
Stocks slumped again as fewer jobs than expected were created in July and Argentina's credit problems weighed.
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'Big Marijuana': Pot Industry Grows a D.C. Lobby
If you're an industry with a true foothold in Washington—a "Big" lobby, in other words—you've got to have a "revolving door."
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Job Growth Slows in July; Jobless Rate Edges Up
But the economy's job growth streak continues.
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Dow Drops 300 Points, First Losing Month in Six
Stocks tumbled, with the Dow and S&P 500 posting first monthly drops since January, on Europe's economy, Argentina's default and a jump in U.S. labor costs.
Stocks Mixed as Economy Surges, Fed Eases Off
Stocks finished mixed after a report the economy bounced back faster than expected and the Federal Reserve stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy.
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Fed Eases Off More, But No Rate Hikes Soon
The Federal Reserve cut its monthly bond-buying program by another $10 billion, but left its short-term interest rate target near zero.
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Twitter User Growth Sends Shares Soaring
The online messaging service said monthly active users rose a better-than-expected 24 percent in the second quarter.
Stocks Drop on New Sanctions Against Russia
Stocks dropped, as further sanctions against Russia overshadowed upbeat earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer
Stocks Close Flat as Markets Look to Fed
Stocks ended flat, with the Dow rebounding from a one-month low, as investors looked ahead to a monetary-policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
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