Stocks little changed; S&P streak intact
U.S. stocks end little changed, with the S&P 500 clinging to a slight gain to maintain its longest winning run since March, after U.S. data proved better than expected. See full story.
Wall Street's in love with Cisco again
Shares of Cisco Systems' have appreciated 10% this month, the best performance of the 30 Dow components, as Wall Street gains greater conviction that the supplier of networking gear stands to do well in spite of market uncertainties. See full story.
J.P. Morgan sees a 'weakness'
J.P. Morgan is struggling to get a handle on its operations in the wake of the 'London whale.' See full story.
Dollar climbs as euro falls, ECB hopes fade
The dollar furthered gains Thursday while the euro declined as traders' hopes that the European Central Bank will take strong action to benefit fledgling economies in the euro zone faded. See full story.
Atlantic storms keep oil, nat gas traders on edge
Storms in the Atlantic haven't packed a big punch, but the latest sweep of Tropical Storm Ernesto stands as a stark reminder of how quickly the production outlook for oil and natural gas can change. See full story.
Odds of a stock market correction are now quite elevated, given the current sentiment among market timers, Mark Hulbert reports. See full story.
Most financial advisers have their clients' best interests at heart, but there are a few bad apples. Here's how to protect yourself, and your retirement funds, from rogue brokers and bad advice. See full story.