Apple, Dow Jones Crushed in Broad Market Beating

Apple (AAPL) tried to lead a midday rally Monday after stocks were obliterated at the open, but it -- and most of the market -- sank into the finish. More 

Grexit Panic Delivers Stocks’ Worst Beating Since 2013

Greece has had its say, and it says it won't make its next IMF payment. The markets were rocked in response Monday, and more selling is coming. More 

3 ETFs for a Greek Default

A Greek default on its bundled debt payments to the International Monetary Fund would send ripples not just across the eurozone, but across world equities and even commodities. More 

Stocks Slump Monday as Yields Spike

International news had some power over the market, but the path and timing of any interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve remain stocks' primary catalyst. More 

Jobs Slowdown, Higher Rates Kick Stocks Again

It seems that for the first time since 2013, we're on the cusp of a sustained rise in borrowing costs -- one that looks set to happen no matter what the Fed does. More 

Stocks Quiet Ahead of ECB Thriller

Global markets held their breath Wednesday ahead of an ECB meeting widely expected to result in massive eurozone stimulus. More 

Down, Down, Down Goes the Dow

Sagging oil prices and concerns over a Greek eurozone exit weighed heavily on stocks Monday, sending the Dow Jones more than 300 points. More