Next week, investors will get the latest read on inflation and hear from the central banker who watches that closely, Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
Wall Street's main indexes were on course for their sharpest drop in nearly six weeks on Wednesday as a clutch of recent data suggested that trade tensions were taking a toll on the U.S. economy.
U.S. stocks barely budged on Monday, with gains in shares of Apple offset by mixed economic data that added to caution over the prolonged U.S.-China trade war.
Wall Street will key in on the jobs report and speeches by Fed officials in the week ahead.
Stocks on Wall Street need to undergo a deeper correction, Vespula Capital CEO Jeff Tomasulo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama. He recommends buying gold on pullbacks.
Financial shares led U.S. stocks lower Tuesday to end a three-day rally as investors awaited comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the end of the week.
Investors will be glued to the Jackson Hole central bankers gathering and earnings reports from more retailers in the week ahead on Wall Street.
U.S.stocks bounced back Tuesday from a sharp sell-off the previous day as China stepped in to stabilize the yuan,easing concerns that currencies would be the latest weapon in the U.S.-China trade war.
Wall Street fell from record highs Thursday following some downbeat quarterly results and after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi's comments disappointed investors.
The major indexes record highs Tuesday, lifted by upbeat quarterly earnings reports from Coca-Cola and United Technologies.
China will loom large for investors next week, ranging from the Trump-Xi summit to earnings from Nike and FedEx.
Under pressure to lower interest rates, the Federal Reserve gave its strongest signal yet that it is preparing to possibly cut rates later this year, while keeping rates steady on Wednesday.
US stocks surged Tuesday, and the S&P 500 approached a record high after Washington rekindled trade talks with Beijing.
The S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq registered record closing highs after a broadbased Wall Street rally on Tuesday, as a number of better-than-expected earnings reports eased concerns about a slowdown.
Snap on Tuesday beat Wall Street targets for quarterly revenue as its photo-messaging app Snapchat added users for the first time in three quarters.
U.S. stocks dipped on Wednesday as a drop in healthcare shares offset a string of positive corporate earnings and upbeat economic data from the United States and China.
US stocks closed near record highs on Friday after JPMorgan Chase soothed worries that the first-quarter earnings season would curb Wall Street's big rally back from last year's slump.
Trade-sensitive industrials dragged Wall Street lower on Tuesday as U.S. President Donald Trump said he would impose tariffs on $11 billion of European goods.
U.S. stocks gained on Tuesday, with financials snapping a five-day losing streak as Treasury yields stabilized above 15-month lows.
As Wall Street stages a broad rally Thursday, Spartan Capital's Peter Cardillo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors should buy this market on the dips.