SINGAPORE - World stocks slid Wednesday, following a plunge in U.S.
Canadian investor Arthur Wong is buying condos in Las Vegas and Phoenix like a shopper at Costco: In bulk, with slashed prices.
NEW YORK - Investors can't shake their fears that the economy isn't keeping up with the stock market.
NEW YORK - The safe-haven dollar further strengthened Friday and Treasury yields hovered around their lows for the year as worries about the economy in 2010 diminished traders' appetites for risky bets.
NEW YORK - The stock market lost ground for a third straight day as investors grew increasingly uneasy about a rising dollar and spiking demand for the safest government debt.
- Downbeat Dell weighs on world markets
- Oil moves down near $77 amid economic uncertainty
- European markets push higher ahead of Trichet
- Asia markets fall as weak recovery signs pile up
- Oil hovers below $78 as traders eye US dollar
- Gold edges higher even as other commodities fall
- Dollar gains as homeowners, job seekers struggle
- Dollar gains as homeowners, job-seekers struggle
- Geithner: some bailout funds to help lower debt
- Crude prices follow world markets down
- Stocks follow overseas markets lower, dollar rises
- Oil falls below $79 amid mixed economic signs
- Stocks futures indicate lower opening
- Asian stocks mixed amid US weakness; Europe down
- Asian stocks mixed amid US economic weakness
- Stocks slip on technology, housing numbers
- Dollar mostly lower as Fed official says '2012'
- US housing concerns weigh on world markets
- Stock market falls as home construction slows
- Stocks are modestly lower in early trading
- World stocks up modestly after US housing data
- Stock futures point to modestly lower opening
- Stock futures point to mixed opening
- Oil up near $80 as US crude supplies drop
- Stock futures little changed ahead of opening
- Stock futures point to modestly higher opening
- World stock markets awaiting key US data
- AP News in Brief
- Dollar gains as Trichet seconds Bernanke
- Dollar slides after Bernanke pledges to hold rates