The S&P 500 set tradable tops 2 years in a row on this day.
MSN Money's Anthony Mirhaydari explains the overall job market and which skills are in highest demand.
History suggests that selling stocks every year on this month is not always a good strategy.
An early sell-off turns into a rally. The question now is if the stock market will weather the next few months.
May has been crummy for stocks for the past 3 years, and there are a few reasons to be concerned about May 2013 as well.
Earnings are starting to look a bit better with half the S&P 500's quarterly results in. Revenue, however, is a different and bothersome story.
Shares drop after hours, after earnings and guidance from both high-flyers disappoint investors. The S&P nearly sets a new closing high.
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