Stocks Plunge On Fears Of Escalating US-China Trade War; Worst Trading Day In 2019Stocks plunged on Monday after the U.S. and China ratcheted up their trade war, with China letting its currency drop to an 11-year low.
Dow Soars More Than 1,000 Points, Biggest Point Gain EverMarkets staged a miraculous comeback Wednesday following stocks’ worst-ever Christmas Eve. The Dow posted biggest daily point gain ever.
Stocks Plummet After President Trump Slams The FedStocks sank sharply Monday, with key U.S. indexes on track for their worst December since the 1930s.
Wall Street Rattled As Stocks Plunge 600 PointsStock trading turned jittery again after two weeks of gains, pulling the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 600 points.
Trump Says If He's Impeached The Market Will Crash, 'Everyone Would Be Very Poor'Democratic leaders know -- and worry about -- the power of Trump's politics of fear.
Facebook Loses $119 Billion In One Day, Setting Wall Street RecordFacebook just suffered the biggest wipeout in stock market history.
Tech Stocks Get Battered, Helping Bash Wall StreetU.S. stocks tumbled into correction mode to start off the second quarter on Monday, as technology shares got battered on worries sparked by trade concerns and tweets by President Trump and Elon Musk.
Dow Surges 669 Points As Trade War Fears CoolThe Dow surged 669 points — its third-biggest point gain in history — and had its best day in two and a half years. Investors were cheered by signs that the United States and China are talking behind the scenes to avoid a clash between the world's two biggest economies.
Dow Sheds More Than 1,100 Points In 2 Days As Trade Jitters Rock Wall StreetTrade war fears wiped more than 1,100 points off the Dow in just two days. It was Wall Street's worst week in more than two years.
Stocks Plunge As US Proposes Tariffs On Chinese ImportsU.S. stocks fell sharply on Thursday after President Donald Trump announced new tariffs on Chinese goods.
Stocks Plunged. That Doesn't Mean The Economy Is In Trouble.The economy is just as strong today as it was last week. Keep that in mind as you process the Dow's breathtaking 1,175-point plunge on Monday.