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  • Stocks climb for third straight week

    Stocks rose Friday to close three straight weeks of gains on Wall Street. A sharp increase in small-company stocks is also a sign that investors are more willing to take on risk.

  • Energy Voices JPMorgan Chase accused of rigging energy markets

    JPMorgan Chase developed schemes to sell electricity at falsely attractive prices in Michigan and California, according to The New York Times. The market manipulation could result in JPMorgan Chase receiving penalties from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 

  • Five ways to get the most from your credit card

    Credit card companies are using incentives to keep customers using their plastic. Here are five incentives you can use to get the most out of your credit card:

  • Stocks held back by weak earnings

    Stocks were weighed down by disappointing quarterly results Wednesday. A subscriber slump at AT&T and a weak profit forecast from Procter & Gamble kept stocks down.

  • Netflix soars. Other stocks rise on recovery in oil prices.

    Netflix gains 20 percent after adding 2 million subscribers during the first quarter. Dow, S&P edge up as oil prices rise after last week's tumble.

  • Stocks edge higher to end turbulent week

    Stocks edged higher on Wall Street Friday, as a mixed set of earnings capped a turbulent week on Wall Street. By many measures, stocks have endured a rough five days.

  • 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.

  • Worst lapse in years: Fed probes early release of minutes

    More than 100 people received Federal Reserve policy minutes some 24 hours before their scheduled release. Federal Reserve and federal regulators are looking to see if any stocks or other securities were traded based on the information. 

  • Stocks rise; Dow hits another record

    Stocks rose on Wall Street Tuesday with the Dow Jones industrial average closing at another record high. Materials and energy stocks led the gains following a surge in prices for commodities like copper.

  • Stocks edge higher ahead of earnings season

    Stocks closed higher on Wall Street Monday as traders turned their focus to US corporate earnings reports. Better-than-expected earnings reports from Alcoa helped push stocks higher.