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DECEMBER 5, 2007
Stocks Rally on Data, Mortgage News
Encouraging reports on labor and productivity, and word of a plan to aid distressed U.S. homeowners, lifted equities Wednesday

DECEMBER 4, 2007
Stocks Fall on Profit Worries
Lower forecasts for corporate earnings -- and an analyst downgrade of investment banking shares --weighed on the market Tuesday

DECEMBER 3, 2007
Stocks: A Chilly Start to December
Indexes were unable to keep their four-day winning streak alive on Monday amid persistent worries about the economy, interest rates and housing

NOVEMBER 30, 2007
Stocks Finish Mixed
Blue chips extended recent gains Friday on rate cut hopes. The Nasdaq was weighed down by weakness in Dell and RIMM

NOVEMBER 29, 2007
Stocks End Slightly Higher
Energy, pharma and tech shares gained while retail issues fell as investors waited for words from Fed Chairman Bernanke

NOVEMBER 28, 2007
Stocks Surge on Rate Cut Hopes
Market expectations of a Fed easing -- and optimism that big banks can fix their capital problems -- sent indexes soaring Wednesday

NOVEMBER 27, 2007
Stocks Rebound on Citi News
Indexes gained Tuesday after the financial giant got a $7.5 billion cash infusion. But concerns about the credit market and broader economy persist

NOVEMBER 26, 2007
Stocks Tumble on Bank Woes
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq each shed over 2% Monday amid more negative news about the financial sector and worries about consumer spending

NOVEMBER 23, 2007
Stocks Stage a Post-Holiday Rally
Major indexes rebounded in Friday's shortened session as investors snapped up beaten-dwon financial and retail issues

NOVEMBER 21, 2007
Stocks: A Pre-Holiday Plunge
Major indexes sank again Wednesday, with a burst of selling in the final hour pushing the S&P 500 index into negative territory for the year

NOVEMBER 20, 2007
Stock Indexes Gain in a Wild Session
Blue chips rose despite big losses at Freddie Mac and the Fed's more downbeat view on the economy. The broader market was mixed

NOVEMBER 19, 2007
Stocks: The Street Feels Citi's Pain
A Goldman downgrade of the financial giant,s shares sparked a sell-off Monday. And there's little relief in sight

NOVEMBER 16, 2007
Stocks End Higher after Rocky Session
Indexes regained their footing in the final hour of trading. But investors continue to fret about the possibility of a subprime-fueled recession

NOVEMBER 15, 2007
Stocks Drop on Consumer Spending Worries
Selling accelerated into the close again amid a negative consumer spending outlook and other signs of economic weakness

NOVEMBER 14, 2007
Late Slide Leaves Stocks in the Red
After a choppy session, indexes succumbed to selling pressure in Wednesday's final hour amid persistent worries about economic growth

NOVEMBER 13, 2007
Stocks Come Roaring Back
On Nov. 13, U.S. indexes ended a four-day slide on positive earnings news from Wal-Mart, an uptick in pending home sales, and lower oil prices

NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Stocks: Another Late-Day Tumble
The Dow closed below 13,000 for the first time in three months as investors' worries persist. Bargain hunting and reports of a mega-bailout from credit troubles boosted financial stocks a bit

NOVEMBER 9, 2007
Techs, Banks Lead Market Rout
News of disappointing results from Qualcomm and more credit losses at big financial institutions sparked yet another big sell-off Friday

NOVEMBER 8, 2007
Cisco Deflates the Tech Rally
Weakness in the networking giant sent the Nasdaq sharply lower Thursday. The Dow and S&P 500 also fell as Bernanke warned of sluggish growth

NOVEMBER 7, 2007
Cuomo Probe Shakes Wall Street
The New York AG's widening mortgage investigation, along with GM's big writedown and a sinking dollar, sparked a stock rout Wednesday

NOVEMBER 6, 2007
Stocks Stage Late Rally
Investors shrugged off rumors of a Goldman Sachs writedown to do some bargain hunting. Oil pushed ever closer to $100 per barrel

NOVEMBER 5, 2007
Stocks Fall on Wall Street Woes
Troubles at Citigroup and Merrill Lynch weighed on major indexes Monday, as the fallout continues from toxic subprime debt

NOVEMBER 2, 2007
Stocks Post Slight Gains amid Credit Concerns
Major indexes advanced on a faint glimmer of optimism following reports of an emergency Citigroup meeting over the weekend

NOVEMBER 1, 2007
Stocks Tumble on Citigroup Worries
Fears that more big subprime writedowns are waiting in the wings sparked a sell-off on Thursday

OCTOBER 31, 2007
Stocks End Higher after Fed Cuts Rates
A strong GDP report helped lift equities Wednesday, though indexes see-sawed after the central bank announced a quarter-point easing

OCTOBER 30, 2007
Stocks End Lower as Traders Look to Fed
Market players headed to the sidelines in advance of Wednesday's decision on interest rates

OCTOBER 29, 2007
Stocks Rise on Fed Hopes
Expectations that Bernanke & Co. will cut rates again on Wednesday sent equity indexes higher, even though oil spiked to almost $94 a barrel

OCTOBER 26, 2007
Stocks Rally on Earnings News
Wall Street was blown away by strong profits from Microsoft and Countrywide's prediction of a return to profitability. Oil got close to $92 per barrel, giving oil shares a lift

OCTOBER 25, 2007
Stocks Flat Despite Record Oil Prices
Oil topped $90 per barrel, while data on new home sales showed the housing sector remains on shaky ground

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