Stocks fell after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, while investors eyed the presidential election.
U.S. government debt prices held higher, after the Federal Reserve announced that it left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday.
European shares ended lower on Wednesday afternoon as uncertainty over the U.S. election outcome intensified.
Government data showed U.S. crude inventories rose by 14.4 million barrels, far beyond what the market was expecting.
The dollar hit lows on Wednesday on continued nervousness about a potential victory for Donald Trump next week.
Most Asian markets dropped more than 1 percent, after a poll showed the GOP's Donald Trump leading rival Hillary Clinton.
Gold prices briefly hit highest level at $1309.10 an ounce for the first time since October 4th.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday, as investors prepared for more earnings, while awaiting the latest Fed decision.
U.S. equities fell as recent election news and a Fed meeting sent jitters through the market.
U.S. government debt prices whipsawed on Tuesday, amid uncertainty surrounding the U.S. election.
European shares closed lower on Tuesday with investors focused on another batch of earnings reports as well as the Fed rate decision.
The dollar hit lows Tuesday on U.S. political uncertainty, while the peso hit a low on positioning for a potential victory for Trump.
A weak dollar boosted greenback-denominated commodities, but worries that OPEC cannot reduce a global glut kept oil prices near one-month lows.
Investors awaited cues from a series of upcoming central bank policy meetings and U.S. economic data.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly higher open, as investors prepared for further earnings and more election news.
Chinese markets traded higher after stronger-than-expected twin PMI surveys gave investors a boost of confidence.
The Dow and S&P extended their slide to three months, while the Nasdaq snapped a three-month winning streak.
U.S. government debt prices were slightly higher on Monday as investors digested the latest news surrounding the U.S. election and the Fed.
European markets closed lower Monday as revelations over the weekend increased uncertainty over the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
The dollar rose Monday on reduced worries over the FBI's investigation of more emails linked to Clinton's use of a private server.