Topic: Dan Greenhaus
The Dow rose 166 points Friday, to close at 11644, turning positive for 2011. Meanwhile, the S&P had its best week in more than two years.
10/14/2011 07:01 pm
The Dow ended 144 points higher, with gold taking a dive and government bond yields rising. The S&P 500 gained about 15 points, and the Nasdaq closed about 21 points up.
08/24/2011 06:37 pm
Dow loses 419 points as volatility returns to Wall Street. Besides stocks, oil prices and mortgage rates also fall.
08/18/2011 06:25 pm
Housing starts fall to second-lowest level in more than half a century.
03/16/2011 11:49 am
Dow Jones falls 88 points after falling nearly 180 points. Stocks on S&P and Nasdaq also pare losses at the close.
03/04/2011 04:54 pm
Unemployment rate falls to 8.9 percent, nearly a two-year low, as US adds 192,000 jobs.
03/04/2011 09:56 am
Bonds' rate was just 0.40 percent, the lowest yield ever for a two-year auction of US Treasury bonds.
10/26/2010 09:08 pm
The Producer Price Index (PPI) keeps rising, almost entirely because of increasing food and fuel expenses. Why are economists telling us not to worry?
10/14/2010 05:15 pm