U.S. stock futures point south after China data
U.S. stock market futures fall Friday, tracking global markets lower, after worse-than-expected China trade data puts investors in a risk-averse mood. See full story.
Yahoo says CEO reviewing plans, stock falls
Web portal discloses that Marissa Mayer is reviewing the company's strategy and may reconsider plans, including one involving an agreement with Alibaba Group. Shares trade lower after hours. See full story.
Stocks to watch Friday: Goldman, Bally, Scotts
MarketWatch's rundown of corporate headlines of interest to investors early Friday. See full story.
China data take toll on European stocks
European stock markets push lower as fresh data showing flattening Chinese exports provided a sell signal for investors that have banked several days of gains. See full story.
Asian stocks retreat as China data, earnings weigh
Asian shares drop, weighed by unexpectedly weak Chinese trade data, and with earnings-related losses also dragging on some markets. 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.