U.S. stock investors look for earnings relief
After a week of fending off gloomy economic data, investors may get little respite next week as U.S. companies report earnings expected to bear the scars of a battered global market. See full story.
Stocks to watch Monday: Alcoa, WD-40
Among the stocks that could see active trade in the Monday session are Alcoa, PriceSmart and WD-40. See full story.
U.S. stocks end lower after lackluster jobs gains
Major indexes finished lower after a jobs report shows a tepid, below-forecast increase last month, highlighting risks of a new recession. Nasdaq still scores a gain for the week. See full story.
MarketWatch's top stories of the week: July 2-6
Here is a roundup of top stories from MarketWatch from our reporters around the globe, including a look ahead to next week when Alcoa kicks off a new earnings season on Monday. See full story.
How to crack Wall Street's earnings code
Investors should listen for these seven terms when CEOs and CFOs discuss the quarter's earnings and business performance. See full story.
European Union sanctions on Iran officially went into effect this month but for oil, the $100-a-barrel level remains well out of reach for the U.S. benchmark and lower prices may soon follow. 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.