Sears Holdings Corp., down $1.12 to $7.98. Nike Inc., down $4.09 to $53.92. U.S. Bancorp, down 9 cents to $52.60.
With the cost of using renewable energy falling, the shift to using 100 percent sustainable resources is on in a growing number of cities.
The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are all on pace for their first weekly gain in three weeks.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this stock that totally rocked his boat on Thursday.
Is this finally a turn for the dollar, and is this the start of a sustained move up in interest rates?
Expectations are low that the Fed will provide any new policy insight next week, and focus should stay on economic reports and a flood of earnings.
Each of these stocks have posted average gains in the five corrections prior to the current one. USA Today reports.
Greece, China, Puerto Rico...Oh my. What's a trader to do when a sleepy year turns into a really volatile one?
U.S. stocks closed higher, recovering from the prior day's selloff, as investors eyed higher Treasury yields and looked for signs of economic growth.
US stock index futures indicated a higher open on Friday ahead of a data-packed day, after stocks closed down more than 1 percent.
Some utilities are pushing back against the growing number of customers who use solar technology to generate their own electricity.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a flat to higher open on Friday ahead of a crucial meeting between Greece and its euro zone creditors.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Last year was a great one for many high-yielding stocks, and investment managers are hoping for something close to that in 2015.
Stocks fell Wednesday as investors mulled the slowdown in Europe and earnings from retailers.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Obama's new proposal to crack down on carbon emissions from coal-fired electricity plants will have a limited effect on utility stocks.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers: