U.S. stocks suffer second worst day of 2012
Stocks fall sharply after economic reports indicating a slowdown in global manufacturing increase investor anxiety. See full story.
Oil falls below $80 on weak China, U.S. data
Crude contract retreats to lowest since October as investors react to a weak Chinese manufacturing survey and mostly lackluster U.S. economic data. See full story.
Gold futures fall sharply after data, Fed
Losses for gold futures accelerate as the U.S. dollar strengthens after the Federal Reserve refrains from providing a big stimulus and on weak China manufacturing data. See full story.
Euro falls most in June vs. dollar
The dollar rises, supported by lackluster global economic data. The euro eased ahead of the release of results from an audit of Spanish banks.. See full story.
Weak data, Goldman bearishness hit financials
UU.S. financial stocks retreated in unison Thursday as investors were pummeled by tepid economic data and a Goldman Sachs research call suggesting shorting the S&P 500. See full story.
After 15 years in New York City covering Wall Street, David Weidner is leaving. He leaves 15 observations on the industry he's hated to love and loved to hate. See full story.
When it comes to IRAs, timing is everything. Robert Powell looks at five rules that could derail your retirement-savings plans. See full story.