Wall Street was down today, with the benchmark S&P 500 Index marking its biggest decline in four weeks, as a sharp drop in oil prices weighed on energy stocks.

Over the past week and a half, crude oil prices have been on a rollercoaster ride.

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The dollar rose to a one-month high against the yen today on speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve would raise interest rates in the coming months.
Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans today said he is increasingly convinced that U.S. economic growth has slowed permanently, a situation that will keep U.S. interest rates low for a long time ahead.
Bond investor Bill Gross ramped up his criticism of the Federal Reserve today, characterizing chair Janet Yellen and her predecessors and contemporaries at other central banks of mastering "the art of market manipulation."