Options trading was halted by a multi-hour breakdown. The delay prevented traders from gauging fear and hedging positions.
The company has stopped offering financing for gun purchases to small gun shops. The move comes after the Newtown shooting in December.
It might under a plan for Fiat to buy the shares it doesn't already own. But will the UAW sell?
Shares jump after hours, then fade after fiscal-2nd quarter earnings beat estimates and the company boosts its dividend. But profit margins are a concern. The iPad sees a 65% sales gain.
MSN Money's Charley Blaine discusses what caused recent fluctuations in the precious metal.
Shares tumble on reports of weakening iPhone and iPad demand. But buying kicks in as soon as $400 is breached.
Earnings and guidance disappoint investors, but CEO Marissa Mayer says it will take time for growth to ratchet up. Shares are holding up.
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The Dow is off slightly on the day, after falling nearly 130 points at the open. Decent reports on jobless claims and new-home sales helped.
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