MarketWatch Market Updates
Newscast: More hiring, fewer raises10/20/14
Among U.S. employers, the balance between caution and optimism is tilting back toward caution. Andrew O'Day reports.
Japan's Nikkei rides Wall St rally, gains 4%
Japan's Nikkei jumps four percent following Wall Street's gains; Charlie Turner reports
What should you watch in the week ahead?
Larry Kofsky reports from the NYSE
Newscast: Bargain hunters send stocks up
Investors looking for good buys helped propel gains of 1-to-2 percent on the day.
Newscast: A good day for a tough October
Stocks gained 1 to 2% on the day, in a month that's seeing the averages pull back.
Newscast: Stocks win day, lose week
The day's rally was not enough to lift the benchmarks higher for the week.
Newscast: Stocks rally
Upbeat news on consumer sentiment and housing starts lifts Wall Street.
Newscast: Stocks rebound, and so does homebuilding
Wall Street's on the upswing in a big way, home construction rebounds in September, and Janet Yellen talks income inequality.
Newscast: Wall Street heads higher
The market is making gains even as Fed Chief Yellen denounces income inequality. MarketWatch's Steve Potisk reports.
Newscast: Starbucks free coffee: Just for winners
Starbucks offers a way to win coffee for life. And Wall Street shows signs of life. MarketWatch's Steve Potisk reports.
Newscast: Stock futures on launching pad
Wall Street tries to regain footing after another Dow loss, but this one was small. Hundreds of banks line up to link up with Apple Pay.
Newscast: Google, AMD results fall short
Google hit by disappointing ad growth; Charlie Turner reports
Newscast: Stocks turnaround to finish flat
A regional Federal Reserve President hinted at an extension of its bond-buying program.
Newscast: Google earnings disappoint
Both revenue growth and the number of clicks on paid ads came in lower than expected for Google.
Newscast: Stocks end narrowly mixed
The Dow extends its losing streak to 6 sessions.
Newscast: Stocks turn positive
Comments from James Bullard, St. Louis Fed president, are lifting stocks.
Newscast: Sellers lay off a little
The stock losses ease as jobless claims fall to a 14-year low. CBS launches its own subscription streaming service.
Newscast: Stocks and jobless claims both drop
Wall Street remains down in the dumps, despite an upbeat report on first time unemployment claims. MarketWatch's Steve Potisk reports.
Newscast: Don't expect an early stock recovery
Stock futures point lower and Mattel has girl troubles. MarketWatch's Steve Potisk reports.
Newscast: Here we go again?
Andrew O'Day dives into what helped prompt Wall Street's latest dive, and whether we have a chance to fight back; and sales for a top liquor maker go dry.
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