The Dow slipped 78 points to close at 13046 amid signs that suggest the Chinese economy is weakening.
U.S. stocks were mostly unchanged Wednesday, a calm day in the middle of a bumpy week. U.S stock on the Dow fell 45 points to close at 13124.
The Dow dropped 68 points to close at 13170 Tuesday after two reports suggested an economic slowdown in China.
The Dow rose 6 points to close at 13239 on a dividend from Apple, a deal for UPS and the promise of greater demand for U.S. Steel.
Dow and Nasdaq stock indexes edge down Friday after gaining more than 2 percent for the week. S&P sees small rise, despite an unexpected decline in consumer sentiment.
Stock indexes rise to four-year highs as more good economic news rolls in. Dow rises for seventh day in a row.
The Dow rose 16 points to close at 13194 in the day after the stock market's biggest gain of the year.
Bank stocks led the market to its biggest single day gain of 2012. The Dow rose 218 points to close at 13177, its highest close since 2007.
The Dow rose 37 points to close at 12959 Monday, erasing a nerve-wracking 204-point loss it suffered a week ago.
Some cautious financial minds are predicting that right now might be a good time to sit out the stock market, despite the economic recovery. Are they right?