Banks rise, but technology companies, retailers, and homebuilders finish with losses.
U.S. stocks make their second-biggest gain this year as strong earnings and economic data help the market claw back some of its recent losses.
U.S. stocks end a wobbly day of trading with more losses as technology companies fall again, canceling out gains for smaller companies, industrials and high-dividend stocks.
Five years after return rates for CDs ranged from 0.75 to 1.6 percent, recent reports have them producing returns of around 3 percent.
Rough week on Wall Street, as S&P shows worst finish in six months.
U.S. stocks tumble for the second consecutive day as the market's recent downturn gets worse.
Deal with First Merchants Corp. is valued at $290.9 million.
Stocks take their worst loss in eight months as U.S. indexes slide for the fifth day in a row.
Interest rates let off the accelerator following their sharp rise last week.
Markets rebounded after sharp losses early in the day.