Stocks surged on Friday amid increasing hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal as equities posted another solid weekly gain.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average closed lower on Thursday following the release of much weaker-than-expected retail sales data.
Stocks rose on Wednesday as investors grew hopeful that Chinese and U.S. trade authorities would reach an agreement before a deadline in early March.
Stocks wobbled on Monday as investors weighed the possibility of the U.S. and China striking a deal to end the ongoing tariff war.
Stocks fell as it became clear that a trade meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping would not happen before a key March deadline.
Stocks slipped on Wednesday as Wall Street digested mixed quarterly earnings results as well as President Donald Trump's second State of the Union address.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Tuesday as the corporate earnings season rolled on, with investors eagerly awaiting President Donald Trump's latest State of the Union.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted slight gains on Friday after the U.S. government released jobs growth data that easily beat expectations.
Stocks rose to close out their best January in three decades as strong earnings and a Federal Reserve indicating it will pause rate hikes caused investors to rush back into the market following a vicious December sell-off.
Stocks rose on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged and said it will be "patient" with raising rates moving forward.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose slightly on Tuesday as Wall Street awaited the latest quarterly results from tech giant Apple.
Stocks fell sharply on Monday after weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings and guidance from Caterpillar, as well as a big revenue forecast cut from chipmaker Nvidia, stoked fears about the Chinese economy slowing.
Stocks rose on Friday as investors looked past a poor Intel earnings report, instead focusing on a deal to temporarily reopen the government.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell on Thursday amid lingering concern over U.S.-China trade negotiations.
The Dow rose as IBM posted its biggest daily gain since October 2017. United Tech and Procter & Gamble also contributed to the gains.
Stocks rose on Friday as investors cheered potential progress in trade negotiations between China and the U.S.
Stocks fell as the U.S. earnings season kicked off. Concerns over an economic slowdown in China also dampened sentiment to start off the week.
Stocks posted weekly gains, but an ongoing U.S. government shutdown and worries about China pushed shares marginally lower on Friday.
Stocks rose, adding to a massive rally from the previous session, as investors pored through the latest U.S.-China trade developments.
Stocks rallied after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank will be patient in raising rates and following a blowout jobs report.