U.S. stocks moved higher in late-afternoon trading Monday, on course to extend the market’s gains from last week. Investors bid up shares in big department store chains and other consumer services companies. Industrial stocks also rose, led by
U.S. and China say they will resume negotiations, the first such talks in months.
Technology stocks and oil and metals prices skidded.
U.S. stocks finish mostly lower as a drop in oil prices drags down energy companies and industrial companies also decline
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks finished broadly higher for the third day in a row Monday. Media, retail and technology companies rose, and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway led gains for the financial sector. Most sectors climbed as companies
U.S. stocks rise after the Labor Department said employers continued to add jobs at a solid pace in July.
Apple leaps to its largest gain in 18 months after it announced strong sales and rising iPhone prices.
U.S. indexes break out of a three-day losing streak as industrial stocks jump and a batch of strong earnings helps companies in health care and real estate
No damage was done to embassy property.
Investors welcomed strong corporate earnings reports from Google parent Alphabet and other companies