Stocks closed higher on Thursday as Wall Street digested more corporate earnings reports, solid retail data and two highly anticipated initial public offerings.
Stocks struggled on Wednesday as sharp losses in the health-care sector offset strong quarterly earnings results.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Tuesday as the corporate earnings season kicked into full gear, while also getting a boost from Boeing shares.
Stocks closed slightly lower on Monday as investors digested mixed quarterly numbers from big banks like Goldman Sachs and Citigroup.
Stocks closed along the flatline on Thursday as Wall Street looked ahead to the start of the earnings season.
The Dow fell for a second straight day Tuesday as investors awaited the start of corporate earnings season later this week.
Stocks rose on Friday amid renewed optimism on the progress of trade talks between Washington and Beijing as Wall Street wrapped up a stellar quarter.
Stocks rose on Thursday as trade talks between China and the U.S. restarted, but fears that the economy may be slowing down persisted.
Stocks rose on Tuesday but sentiment on Wall Street was dampened by lingering fears that the world economy is slowing down.
Stocks rose on Thursday as Apple and Micron surged. Investor sentiment was also boosted by the Fed's updated outlook on rate hikes.
Bank stocks led the Dow's decline on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve slashed its rate-hike outlook for 2019 to zero.
Stocks rose on Monday as Amazon and Apple outperformed, but gains were kept in check amid pressure from Boeing and Facebook, while investors braced themselves for a busy week highlighted by a key Federal Reserve meeting.
Stocks rose on Wednesday, led by solid gains in tech shares, while investors digested the release of solid economic data.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell on Tuesday as shares of Boeing posted another sharp decline amid worries over the safety of one of its most popular airplanes.
Stocks rose on Monday as strong gains in tech shares like Apple and Facebook offset a steep decline in Boeing.
Stocks fell after the ECB slashed its economic growth forecast for 2019 and announced a new round of stimulus to help banks in the region.
Stocks fell on Wednesday as investors sought further indications that a trade deal between China and the U.S. could be reached in the near future.
Stocks slipped on Tuesday as investors weighed ongoing trade negotiations between China and the U.S. along with strong earnings from Target.
Stocks staged a marked turnaround Monday as the S&P 500 sank back below a key chart level and a trade resolution between the U.S. and China had long been expected by traders.
Stocks surged on Monday after President Donald Trump said he would delay placing additional tariffs on Chinese goods. Equities also got a boost from dealmaking activity.