Wall Street falls...

Wall Street falls

U.S. stocks fell as financial stocks were hit by fears of tightening regulations on the banking industry. Jade Barker reports.

Dow, S&P 500 edge lower

The Dow and S&P 500 ended slightly lower on Tuesday following losses in energy shares and Boeing, offsetting a small gain in technology shares and renewed hopes for progress in trade talks. Fred Katayama reports.

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3 big risks could hurt stocks despite seasonal advantages, says Randy Watts

Stocks usually post strong returns after mid-term polls, but risks ranging from an aggressive Fed to trade wars could threaten that, William O'Neil & Co's chief investment officer tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.

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Apple, Goldman send Wall Street tumbling

Wall Street's major indexes tumbled on Monday as shares of Apple and Goldman Sachs Group dragged down the technology and financial sectors. Fred Katayama reports.

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S&P 500 may need to retest October lows, says Yousef Abbasi

INTL FCStone's global market strategist tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors need to see progress on issues like trade and infrastructure before the markets can mount a sustainable rebound.

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Wall St drops on worries over China, oil prices

Wall Street's three major indexes closed down on Friday after weak Chinese data and volatile oil prices raised concerns about global growth. Julia Sun reports.

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Wall Street closes lower

The S&P 500 closed lower on Thursday after Federal Reserve said it will gradually increase interest rates and suggested tightening of monetary policy. Roselle Chen reports.

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Wall Street rallies on U.S. elections

U.S. stocks rose two percent as investors welcomed an end to uncertainty following the U.S. midterm elections. Roselle Chen reports.

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Wall Street ends higher ahead of election results

U.S. stocks rose as investors hoped the outcome of midterms would provide some relief after prolonged uncertainty. Tara Cleary reports.

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Financials, energy push S&P 500 forward

The S&P 500 and Dow rose on Monday on the eve of U.S. congressional elections. As Fred Katayama reports, financial and energy stocks gave the biggest boost.

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