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.
Wall Street concluded a tumultuous 2018 as the major stock indexes posted their worst yearly performances since the financial crisis.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed lower on Tuesday after alternating between gains and losses throughout the session in the latest bout of market volatility.
Stocks dropped sharply on Friday, concluding what has been a wild week for Wall Street. A weaker-than-expected jobs report and China-U.S. trade tensions sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average down for the year.
Stocks closed lower on Thursday as hopes of a trade deal being struck between China and the U.S. dimmed.
Stocks ripped higher on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said interest rates are close to neutral, a change in tone from remarks the central bank chief made nearly two months ago.
Stocks closed higher after a choppy session on Tuesday as comments from President Donald Trump's top economic advisor sparked some hope the U.S. and China will strike a compromise on trade.
Stocks fell on Friday as some of the most popular technology shares were under pressure once again, while a steep drop in oil prices also weighed on equities.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Wednesday's session just below the flatline, erasing a 200-point jump, as shares of Apple failed to hold on to strong gains from earlier in the day.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 fell sharply on Tuesday and turned negative for the year as a decline in Target shares pressured retailers, while some of the most popular tech shares dropped again.
Stocks dropped sharply on Monday as the biggest and most popular technology stocks plunged. Facebook and Apple led the losses.
Stocks posted sharp weekly losses on Friday after a strong downturn in technology shares.