The market is still spooked by the prospect of Fed tapering, despite signs of a global recovery.
The Dow falls more than 150 points, but clear bargain-hunting cuts the loss by about half. J.C. Penney slumps as a board fight gets ugly. Crude oil rises.
The shares jump more than 25% after the company reports new revenue growth and announces a stock buyback. Eric Lefkofsky, a company founder, is now CEO.
While August and September are expected to be rough, one strategist says the benchmark index has room to run and could rise by 12% in 12 months.
But Green Mountain Coffee falls as revenue misses. The stock market suffers a modest loss, due to worries about rising interest rates.
After a run to new record highs, stocks look set to weaken despite a strengthening global economy. Blame the yen.
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