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U.S. Stocks Edge Higher in Pre-Holiday Session
Wall Street traders were poised to push the Dow to another record, following positive news regarding jobless claims. WSJ's John Shipman has the trading roundup. Photo: Getty.
- 24 Dec 14, 6:44pm -
Dow Tops 18,000; What's Next for Markets?
The DJIA hits a milestone following strong GDP data. J.P. Morgan's David Lebovitz discusses the markets' mood with Paul Vigna on the News Hub. Photo: AP.
- 23 Dec 14, 10:19pm -
Barron's Buzz: Oil Stocks Are Hot, and So Is Sony
There's opportunities for investors in oil stocks. Plus, despite a week of bad headlines, there's a silver lining to Sony's troubles. Barron's Jack Hough explains on the News Hub. Photo: Getty.
- 19 Dec 14, 10:18pm -
U.S. Stocks Jump on Fed Reassurance
Stocks were off to the races at the start of trading on Thursday, jumping 250 points in the session's first hour. WSJ's Dan Strumpf explains what has Wall Street in such a good mood. Photo: Getty.
- 18 Dec 14, 4:39pm -
Volatility Marks Start of Tuesday Trading
Tuesday saw a volatile start to the trading day as Wall Street weighed oil prices continuing to decline and Russia's decision to dramatically hike interest rates. WSJ's John Shipman joins MoneyBeat to discuss. Photo: Getty.
- 16 Dec 14, 4:49pm -
Global Markets Tumble on China, Greece Worries
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened sharply lower in response to global investors dumping risky stocks in favor of Treasurys and gold. WSJ's Michael Casey and Paul Vigna discuss. Photo: Getty.
- 9 Dec 14, 4:28pm -
Greece GDP Could Impact Shortened Trading Day
Greece's economic figures may play a role in the abbreviated U.S. trading day. Emma Moody joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty.
- 28 Nov 14, 3:04pm -
Market Gives Investors Jitters, Then Contact Highs
Call it a sigh of relief or the pause that refreshes, but it's clear that a market that was giving investors the jitters just a few weeks ago is giving them a contact high. Chuck Jaffe joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 7 Nov 14, 5:20pm -
Events Could Test History for U.S. Stocks
History tells us stocks now are entering what normally is their strongest period for gains. But some investors worry that this year, current events could outweigh history. E.S. Browning joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 4 Nov 14, 9:28pm -
Dow Hits Intraday Record
The Dow Jones Industrials hit a fresh intraday high at the start of trading on Friday. Dan Strumpf joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 31 Oct 14, 3:20pm -
Glitch Rattle NYSE for 10 Minutes
Stocks rose on Thursday despite a significant technical glitch that hampered the New York Stock Exchange for ten minutes. Bradley Hope reports. Photo: Getty.
- 30 Oct 14, 9:23pm -
China's Slowdown May Be Key to Fall in Oil Prices
Patrick Chovanec of Silvercrest Asset Management joins MoneyBeat to discuss China’s role in the drop in oil prices and how their markets are tied to the oil industry. Photo: Getty.
- 17 Oct 14, 7:33pm -
U.S. Stocks Open With Sharp Losses
U.S. stocks fell sharply Wednesday, as European markets also posted steep declines. Steven Russolillo joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 15 Oct 14, 4:20pm -
It’s Gut Check Time for U.S. Investors
A pullback in the Dow industrials and an uptick in big price swings haven’t appeared to have rattled investors’ faith in U.S. stocks, but that optimism will be tested in the weeks ahead. Chris Dieterich joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 13 Oct 14, 3:24pm -
Will U.S. Markets Shake Off Global Gloom?
Will U.S. markets be able to shake off jitters touched off by fears of Eurozone economic declines? WSJ financial editor Francesco Guerrera discusses on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 10 Oct 14, 3:36pm -
Poll: Investor Confidence Reaches Eight-Year High
A new survey says that while sentiment among investors toward stocks is high, global instability is raising significant caution flags. Cindy Fornelli of CAQ joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 10 Oct 14, 3:35pm -
Stocks Drop; Why Volatility Is Back
Stocks tumbled just one day after the year’s biggest rally, putting U.S. stocks on course for their most volatile stretch since 2011. Steve Russolillo reports. Photo: Getty.
- 9 Oct 14, 9:11pm -
Stocks Largely Quiet After Tuesday's Selloff
Stephen Wood of Russell Investments joins MoneyBeat with a look at how investors should navigate this week's U.S. selloff over fears of a declining Eurozone economy. Photo: Getty.
- 8 Oct 14, 3:22pm -
Will the Dow Break Out? Let's Look at the Charts
What are the chances we'll see the Dow break out of its jitters and push higher? Eagle Bay Capital's J.C. Parets goes beyond the numbers and breaks out the charts to provide some answers. Photo: Getty.
- 3 Oct 14, 3:45pm -
Global Growth Jitters Send Markets Lower
U.S. stocks tumbled to their lowest levels since mid-August, as investors retreated from risky assets amid growing worries about global growth. WSJ's Steven Russolillo reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
- 1 Oct 14, 9:12pm -
More Stock Volatility Coming Despite High Valuations
One reason stocks were so troubled last week, WSJ's E.S. Browning explains, is that they are getting closer to what Wall Street calls being “priced for perfection.” Photo: Getty.
- 29 Sep 14, 4:09pm -
Stocks Slip in Broad Selloff on Hong Kong Unrest
U.S. stocks fell broadly early Monday, following declines in Europe and Hong Kong. Steven Russolillo joins MoneyBeat. Photo: AP.
- 29 Sep 14, 3:58pm -
Some Stock Strategists Brace for September Swoon
For stocks, September can be the cruelest month. The big crashes of 1929 and 1987 came in October, but on average, October shows gains over the past 20, 50 and 100 years. The only month that shows an average decline in all three periods is September.…
- 2 Sep 14, 3:36pm -
S 500: How Much Room to Fly?
The S hits a new intraday but what's the outlook for the markets? Barron's editor Jack Hough and Bryan Piskorowski, Wells Fargo Advisors Markets Product Strategy director, join the News Hub with Sara Murray.
- 25 Aug 14, 9:06pm -

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U.S. News

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    Computer Science Teacher Codes a Path to Success

    Allison Cuttler, a computer science teacher in Newark, N.J., has earned recognition for her students' success with the subject. Last spring, all of her students who took the Advanced Placement exam passed. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss
    - 16 Feb 16, 2:23am -
  • What this man did in 1935 is connected to what's happening at Mizzou today.

    What this man did in 1935 is connected to what's happening at Mizzou today.

    Lloyd Gaines applied to the University of Missouri School of Law in 1935, and that has some surprising connections to what happened on campus this week.
    - 13 Nov 15, 3:20pm -
  • Harlem Students Prepare to Meet Pope Francis

    Harlem Students Prepare to Meet Pope Francis

    Six students from Harlem's St. Charles Borromeo School who are part of a group of 24 third and fourth graders selected to meet Pope Francis at Our Lady Queen of Angels School on Friday have been busy preparing. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss
    - 23 Sep 15, 8:44pm -

Education

  • Computer Science Teacher Codes a Path to Success

    Computer Science Teacher Codes a Path to Success

    Allison Cuttler, a computer science teacher in Newark, N.J., has earned recognition for her students' success with the subject. Last spring, all of her students who took the Advanced Placement exam passed. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss
    - 16 Feb 16, 2:23am -
  • What this man did in 1935 is connected to what's happening at Mizzou today.

    What this man did in 1935 is connected to what's happening at Mizzou today.

    Lloyd Gaines applied to the University of Missouri School of Law in 1935, and that has some surprising connections to what happened on campus this week.
    - 13 Nov 15, 3:20pm -
  • Harlem Students Prepare to Meet Pope Francis

    Harlem Students Prepare to Meet Pope Francis

    Six students from Harlem's St. Charles Borromeo School who are part of a group of 24 third and fourth graders selected to meet Pope Francis at Our Lady Queen of Angels School on Friday have been busy preparing. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss
    - 23 Sep 15, 8:44pm -