A week that started with the Dow's record 1,000-point drop turned around. Stocks finished the week in the green after the best 2-day rally since 2008.
After multiple days of losses and incredible volatility along the way, stocks rebounded with force on Wednesday, up almost 4%.
CNN's Richard Quest explains the extreme volatility in the stock market and why you should be thinking about the long-term trend, rather than the daily swings.
After a rollercoaster day on Monday that concluded three days of major losses for stocks, investors started buying again on Tuesday, and they are moving the market up.
After a miserable day for global markets on Monday, China stocks fell another 7% on Tuesday. But the damage seems contained to China and Japan.
An unprecedented day of trading began with the Dow down more than 1,000 points for the first time ever. Then stocks came back, almost to even, before closing more than 3.5% lower.
While it will be 'incredibly volatile' in the short term, Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, says that stocks being 'closer to what's justified by fundamentals' will be positive and open up investment opportunities in the long run.
As global stock markets and commodities continue to sell off across the board, U.S. stocks get crushed in a historic morning of trading.
What happens when China's economy slows, the Federal Reserve telegraphs raising rates and oil drops below $40 a barrel? Stocks take their biggest hit since 2011.