Falling gas prices: A blessing and a curse

Oil prices are falling once again, and relief at the gas pump is likely on the way too.

Tech investors weigh in on HP

Hewlett-Packard’s investors woke up Friday to a 20%-plus loss after the tech giant announced drastic changes in its business strategy.

Stocks begin to push higher

U.S. stocks turned modestly higher in late-morning trading, after an initial sell-off, as concerns about Europe’s debt crisis and the future of the U.S.

Euro debt crisis: ‘No solution in sight’

European leaders are under intense pressure to come up with a long-term solution to the debt problems straining the European Union to its breaking point.

HP plummets 23% to six-year low

Shares of Hewlett-Packard tumbled Friday morning following the company’s announcement that it is seeking to spin-off its PC division and will kill off the hardware line it built around Palm’s webOS.

Stocks headed for more losses

U.S. stocks were headed for another day of losses Friday, as worries of a global slowdown and Europe’s debt crisis sparked a second sell-off in global markets.

Asia ends lower, Europe starts in the red

World stock markets fell Friday following a bruising selloff in global markets during the previous session. Asian stocks ended broadly lower, European stocks opened in the red and U.S.

Asian markets fall as global selloff continues

Asian stock markets opened lower Friday following a bruising selloff in global markets during the previous session.

Bank stocks tank, gold and Treasuries surge

Stocks are down across the board this morning due to mounting challenges ahead for global growth.

Bank stocks tank, gold and Treasuries surge

Stocks are down across the board this morning due to mounting challenges ahead for global growth.