The automaker reports a record profit, but it's still weaker than expected. Moody's threat to cut credit ratings looms over Morgan Stanley and other banks.
The Dow ends down 72 as an early rally stalls after a Fed report shows a struggling economy. Europe's debt solution may not come quickly. Tech shares mostly slide after Apple's iPhone sales are less than expected. Housing starts jump.
Stocks rise for the third straight day on more signals the economy and Europe aren't falling apart. Apple shares slip from early highs after Steve Jobs' death. Yahoo tumbles. Gold and oil rise.
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Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been trying to expand stable businesses such as asset management, but volatile trading continues to be a large revenue source.
Stocks rebound from Tuesday's drubbing. Boeing, Wells Fargo and airlines report strong results. Commodities rally on a falling dollar. The Fed's Beige Book sees 'modest growth.'
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