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  • Stocks fall for a fourth day

    Stocks fell Tuesday on mixed economic reports and concern about a government shutdown. Stocks edged lower in early trading, before reversing the losses to move modestly higher by late morning. The gains then fizzled out.

  • Stocks fall on lackluster earnings

    Stocks closed down on Wall Street Tuesday after a string of disappointing earning reports from major companies. Coca-Cola stocks fell after the company said it sold less soda in its home market of North America.

  • Stocks gain on good economic news

    Stocks closed higher on Wall Street for a fourth straight week Friday. Consumer confidence and other economic indicators rose, giving stocks a boost.

  • Stocks edge higher; IBM pulls up Dow

    Stocks overcame a morning slide to finish modestly higher, giving the Standard & Poor's 500 index another record close. Worries about slower economic growth have rattled stocks this month, but they have consistently bounced back.

  • Schwab website recovers after second day of cyber attacks

    Schwab customers were unable to trade online for two hours Tuesday and again intermittently on Wednesday because of cyber attacks. But Schwab says the problem has been resolved.

  • Stocks slip on weak earnings

    Stocks fell on Wall Street Thursday after disappointing earnings from a range of companies. Commodities stocks held steady following a wild couple of days.

  • Stocks fall on weak jobs report

    Stocks closed lower on Wall Street Friday after the US economy showed a sharp slowdown in hiring in March. The March jobs report was far worse than economists had forecast and the news sent stocks lower.

  • Stocks lower as Wall Street eyes Washington

    Stocks closed down Thursday despite the fourth straight weekly drop in applications for unemployment benefits. Energy and technology stocks fell the most on Wall Street.

  • Stocks rise on hopes for budget deal

    Stocks had their biggest gain in two months Monday, breaking the post-election slump. Hope that Washington will reach a deal on the federal budget drove stocks upward.

  • Stocks edge up ahead of election

    Stocks managed slight gains in thin trading as President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made final efforts to woo voters. Just 2.9 billion shares were traded on the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, well below the recent average.