U.S. stocks derailed by European concerns
U.S. stocks decline, with Wall Street pessimism growing on prospects of concrete results from a meeting of European leaders later in the week. See full story.
Monday's biggest gaining and declining stocks
MarketWatch's daily rundown of stocks making sizable moves in the U.S. stock market. See full story.
Gold ends higher as investors await EU summit
Gold kicks off the week on a stronger note, as step in ahead of a potentially important European Union summit later in the week. Silver's the big winner Monday. See full story.
Oil drops nearly 2% with Europe in focus
Oil futures drop as investor focus turns to a European Union summit later in the week and concerns about a tropical storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico are cast aside. See full story.
Downsized Wall Street licks its wounds
Economic and regulatory uncertainties spell fewer jobs, but big bucks still hold allure for some. See full story.
Liberals are disappointed with President Obama because he's failed to live up to their expectations. Here are Obama's four biggest failures. See full story.
It's a situation that seems to defy supply-and-demand logic: If there's more demand in the housing market, wouldn't the cost of borrowing funds to buy a home be significantly on the rise? See full story.