The Dow falls 25 after the central bank says the economy still needs help. Investors cheer Facebook's mobile ad efforts. Boeing and Panera Bread offer bullish outlooks. But Netflix shares are crushed. New-home sales are the strongest in 2 years.
The major averages all slip; the Dow loses 21. Apple slides when it reports weekend sales of 5 million iPhones, less than expected. Caterpillar warns about 2015 earnings. Facebook drops as Barron's says the shares may have further to fall.
The Dow drops 64 but ends July up 1%. Traders are waiting for the Fed and European Central Bank to act. Cirrus Logic shares soar on growth projections. Will Apple split its stock? Facebook gets smashed.
The Dow falls 104 in its third straight day of triple-digit losses as earnings season continues to disapppoint. Apple earnings miss Street estimates. AT&T sees lower iPhone sales. UPS says international business is softening.
Opposition from the Obama administration over competition and job losses proves too big to overcome. The companies say more capacity to handle growing mobile usage is needed. Sprint is a winner; shares jump.
The mobile phone deal is killed after stocks slide and the Dow falls 100. Bank of America falls below $5 for the first time since 2009. Saab will go out of business. Nike and Oracle earnings are due Tuesday.
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