U.S. stocks rose, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index toward a five-year high, as China’s exports beat estimates and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi sees an economic rebound later in 2013.
U.S. stocks fell, extending yesterday’s drop, as a slump in Apple Inc. and the federal budget stalemate offset an increase in industrial production and data showing China’s manufacturing may expand at a faster pace.
U.S. stocks were little changed, with benchmark indexes trading near seven-week lows, as Americans signed fewer contracts than forecast to purchase previously owned homes and investors monitored earnings.
U.S. stocks fell, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average toward its biggest loss since June, amid disappointing results at companies from 3M Co. to DuPont Co. and as commodities erased their gain for the year.
U.S. stocks fell, reversing earlier gains, as the Federal Reserve’s pledge to provide additional support for the economy disappointed investors anticipating a more definitive sign of further monetary easing.