We've seen numerous crazy corporate scandals so far in 2017.
The top three stocks to watch today are CAT, APFH, and ESRX.
The Department of Commerce is announcing a potential new duty today on Canadian lumber ahead of NAFTA talks.
In Dow Jones news today, the Dow was slightly up as investors wait for the March FOMC meeting minutes to be released.
The meeting minutes could provide clues as to when investors can expect the next rate hike.
The Dow Jones news for Monday (April 3) is an expected small gain in stocks as investors prepare for a busy day of economic data.
Markets are also paying attention to threats from the Trump administration to "handle" the threat of North Korea without the assistance of China.
The Dow Jones news today features investors anticipating the next interest rate hike and preparing for a slew of economic data during the second half of the week.
This morning, Automatic Data Processing surprised the markets by reporting the U.S. economy added nearly 298,000 private sector jobs in February, a figure that crushed economists' expectations.
In Dow Jones news today, volatility caused the Dow to drop over 50 points.
North Korea tested missiles, China offered lackluster growth targets, and President Donald Trump said he was wiretapped by the Obama administration.
The stock market news for Monday is the Dow sliding in premarket hours thanks to rising geopolitical tensions.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump made a startling accusation that former President Barrack Obama wiretapped him during the 2016 campaign.
Caterpillar's alleged tax evasion scheme for which the feds conducted a raid recently isn't something new.
In fact, a company whistleblower alerted authorities to the Fortune 500 firm's scandalous behavior years ago.
In Dow Jones news today the index was sliding again in premarket hours as investors eye a speech on the timing of the next interest-rate hike by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen.
A stronger dollar has banking stocks, gold prices, and Bitcoin prices in focus for Friday.
In Dow Jones news today, the markets fell as investors prepare for a rate hike.
The U.S. Federal Reserve could raise interest rates in the middle of March.