Topic: Charles Evans
Stocks slipped on Wall Street Tuesday on weak retail sales. A rise in US exports wasn't enough to save stocks from falling.
Dow sees its biggest loss in more than a month as traders reassess what moves the Federal Reserve might make next month. S&P 500 falls 11 points. Gold jumps.
Erasing a big decline from the day before, the Dow Jones increased by 162 points to close at 12,573, as every major category to stock in the market closed higher. The president of the Fed's Chicago bank said he supports super-low interest rates, encouraging investors.