The Dow Jones industrial average rocketed more than 600 points Wednesday, its biggest gain in seven years, snapping a six-day losing streak that had Americans nervously checking their investment balances.
From the latest in the stock markets to Vice President Joe Biden’s possible run for president, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Aug. 25.
After another day of huge sell-offs on Wall Street, the Dow Jones is down 13 percent and the S&P 500 is down 11 percent from their highs back in May. That means it’s an official market correction.
U.S. stocks slumped again Monday, with the Dow Jones industrial average plunging more than 1,000 points at one point in a sell-off that sent a shiver of fear from Wall Street to Main Street.
These are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, August 15. They include the reported dissolution of world’s biggest boy band of our era, and another potentially rough week for investors.
Tuesday is going to feel to just a tiny bit longer. Just before midnight Coordinated Universal Time – or 7pm Central time – exactly one second will be added to our clocks. So, why do we add time? Good Question.
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Will the stock market continue to soar?
Take a close look at your homeowner and auto insurance policies — the cost may be going up. Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill to add a $5 surcharge on every policy in the state.
Best Buy shares fell on Friday after the struggling electronics retailer said it extended the window for co-founder Richard Schulze to make a buyout bid until after the holiday season.
Best Buy Co. reported another dismal quarter on Tuesday, recording a loss in the third quarter, hurt by a continued sales slump and charges related to restructuring. Shares fell more than 11 percent in morning trading to its lowest level in more than a decade.
CBS Moneywatch editor-at -large Jill Schlesinger joined Dave Lee early Friday morning on WCCO Radio.
Moneywatch editor at large Jill Schlesinger joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Friday
CBS News business reporter Rebecca Jarvis joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Thursday
Here is a report from our CBS Moneywatch editor at large Jill Schlesinger.
Moneywatch.com editor at large Jill Schlesinger had a preview of the week on Wall Street Monday.
Rebecca Jarvis joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Thursday from New York.
Roundy’s Supermarkets Inc., which operates 158 grocery stores in three states, expects to raise $230 million through an initial public stock offering.
CBS Moneywatch editor at large Jill Schlesinger joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Monday to preview a busy week on Wall Street.
CBS Moneywatch editor Jill Schlesinger shared a preview for the short week on Wall Street.
One year to the day before the 2012 election, President Obama is already being judged on his handling of the economy.
Editors at CBS Moneywatch are monitoring the stock market closely today.
The stock market sell-off has created a silver lining for consumers: surprisingly low interest rates.