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Archive for December 28th, 2011
Stocks fall, with the S&P 500 back in the red for the year, as Wall Street worried about Thursday’s sale of longer-dated Italian debt.
With the Year’s Trading Nearly Complete, McDonald’s Tops All Dow Jones Industrial Average Component Stocks With 2011 Gain of 33.65%
Pfizer Edges Past IBM to Capture Second Place With Two Trading Sessions Left in the Year Home Depot, Kraft Foods Round Out Top 5 Through Close of Trading on December 28 Dow Jones Industrial Average Up …
The CBOE Volatility Index, Wall Street’s fear gauge, climbed 7% on Wednesday amid the sell-off in stock and precious metals exchange traded funds.Volatility-linked exchange traded products such as iPath …
Market close: Stocks finish lower; Zoltek, Aegion fall
U.S. stocks fell more than 1 percent on Wednesday after a hefty year-end rally and the S&P 500 erased gains for the year on renewed concerns about the euro zone’s financial health.
Breaking down the market.
SHARES OFF: The Dow Jones industrial average Wednesday lost nearly 140 points and the S&P 500 index fell after five days of gains. The S&P is now negative for the year again, after barely turning positive on Friday.
Here’s everything you need to know about today’s trading action…