Up. Down! Up? Down...Up! Shock waves from the Dow's biggest-ever single-day drop threw the markets into turmoil again on Tuesday. They eventually closed on a positive note.
It was a wild day in stock trading that saw the Dow fall more than 1,000 points.
Investors are hoping he'll pursue policies that provide short-term stimulus.
US markets were modestly down early Wednesday.
The market recovered Monday after the FBI announced it would stick to its decision that Clinton should not face criminal charges.
It's the longest negative streak for the S&P 500 since 2008.
Don't go ditching your 401k just yet.
The retailers are among companies at risk of losing their spot in the S&P 500 once Ingersoll-Rand spins off its Allegion unit next month.
Are we ready to do it again?