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Economic growth concerns sink stocks

Weak economic data in China and Europe reignited worries about global growth, and weighed on U.S. stocks in Tuesday’s session. Bobbi Rebell reports. Economic growth concerns sink stocks Broad-based selloff on Wall Street. The...

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Energy pulls stocks lower

Energy shares dragged Wall Street slightly lower on Monday, coinciding with a decline in oil prices. Earnngs have been underwhelming as well. Bobbi Rebell reports. Energy pulls stocks lower Stocks edged lower, dragged down...

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Oil prices weigh down stocks

Stocks finished the week with a losing sesion, although the major indexes managed to post weekly gains. Bobbi Rebell reports. Oil prices weigh down stocks Wall Street edged lower Friday. Dragging down stocks: falling...

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Oil rally lifts stocks

Surging energy shares driven by higher oil prices drove stocks higher on Tuesday, as earnings season got underway. Bobbi Rebell reports. Oil rally lifts stocks Surging oil prices lifted commodity stocks and Wall Street....

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Energy shares lift stocks

Stocks posted gains in Friday’s session, but the week was a losing one for the major U.S. indexes. Bobbi Rebell reports. Energy shares lift stocks A rally in oil prices drove stocks higher, but...

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Stocks drop on risk concerns

Wall Street dropped on worries about global economic risks and the outlook for earnings. Fred Katayama reports. Stocks drop on risk concerns Stocks moved lower on continued concerns about global economic risks following Wednesday’s...

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Materials, industrials weigh on stocks

U.S. financial markets took a step back on Monday in a quiet trading day. Bobbi Rebell reports. Materials, industrials weigh on stocks Stocks edged lower in quiet trading Monday. A rally in healthcare stocks...

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Solid start to April for stocks

Stocks began the second quarter with a strong showing, and closed out the week higher as well. Bobbi Rebell reports. Solid start to April for stocks Stocks bounced back from losses in the morning...

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Stocks start quarter in the red

The second quarter of trading kicked off with gloomy data from Japan, overshadowing encouraging figures from China’s manufacturers. As Kirsty Basset reports, the downbeat numbers drove stocks and oil lower, and supported safe-haven assets...

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U.S. stocks calm despite D.C. shooting

U.S. stocks were little changed on Monday, despite news of a shooting in the nation’s capital. Weaker-than-expected economic data reduced concerns about potential interest rate hikes. Bobbi Rebell reports. U.S. stocks calm despite D.C....