After Ben Bernanke's worrisome outlook on Tuesday, stocks fell Wednesday, with the Dow losing about 21 points
After gains early in the day, the session closed lower, with the Dow declining about 19 points
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The Dow fell about 25 points, after rising and falling throughout the session. A positive call on commodities by Goldman Sachs drove up the price of oil and metals.
Rahm Emanuel is sworn into office as Mayor of Chicago. His city's most pressing crisis: a half-billion dollar budget deficit.
Following a strong show on Friday, the Dow rose 45 points, led by oil and precious metals
Dow closes up 54 points, after moving more than 170 points higher. For the week, all three major US indexes fell more than 1 percent.
Bond trading revenue decreases, along with losses at a Japanese investment, caused Morgan Stanley's first-quarter income to fall by 48 percent