Standard and Poor's cut its outlook for long-term US credit on Monday, sending US stocks downward
Citi earnings under the microscope following Bank of America's disappointing earnings. Also on deck: China fights inflation (again) and a new all-electric Beemer debuts.
The Dow rose about 56 points, with Merck and DuPont gaining and Bank of America and Cisco falling
Bank of America had a bad quarter and lost its chief financial officer, which are just two items on the bank's list of troubles
Greek debt crisis worsens as its interest rates soar and government prepares new spending curbs. Also on the radar: Bank of America earnings and inflation jitters.
Mortgage lenders ordered to reimburse customers they foreclosed on improperly. Regulators tell 16 mortgage lenders to hire auditors to find out who could have avoided foreclosure in 2009 and 2010.
Dow gains 7 points after Obama's deficit speech. Stocks on the S&P up less than 1 point.
Stocks and commodities fall sharply, after Goldman warns of substantial pullback in oil prices. Dow loses 117 points.
Debit card fraud is on the rise as debt-wary Americans move away from credit cards to debit cards. Beware these five frequent scams.
Earnings season begins with Alcoa disclosure. Also, NYSE rejects Nasdaq OMX offer and Rajaratnam defense begins.