Mylan Labs ( MYL), the Pittsburgh-based pharmaceutical giant at the center of a major drug pricing storm over the EpiPen, managed to pull off a tax-ducking corporate inversion just a year and a half ago. And now the FOX Business Network has learned that allergy advocates are preparing to use the inversion strategy to convince lawmakers to investigate the company's EpiPen.
She's the host of "Countdown to the Closing Bell with Liz Claman" weekdays from 2 to 3 p.m. Claman calls it "a wild ride every day. Anything can happen in the final hour of trade!" Momaha.com recently talked to her to learn more about this working-mom.
What a turnaround we saw in the markets! The Dow saw huge swings today falling 193 points at the low and soaring up 228 points at the high, eventually closing up 183 points. The S&P gained 9 and a half points. But the Nasdaq couldn't manage to close in the green, ending the day down more than 12 points.
It's the 'old same story, as oil goes, so go the markets. The Dow ended the day down more than 295 points, falling 341 points at the low. The S&P falling more than 35 points. The Nasdaq plunged more than 103 points. Once again, the fall of oil was to blame.
Stocks fought back Monday, erasing triple digit losses to trade positive ahead of the closing bell. In the end, though, stocks ended flat. The Dow lost 17 points, the S&P closed down less than a percent and the Nasdaq gained more than 6 points.
The markets may have had their worst month since august, but today was the best day of 2016 so far. The Dow jumped 396 points. The S&P climbed 46 points. And the Nasdaq soared 107 points. While it was a second week of gains for the markets, stocks are still down 5 percent for the month.
The bulls came off the sidelines today and stayed in the game until the closing bell! The Dow closed up 125 points. The S&P gained more than 10 points. And the Nasdaq jumped almost 39 points. The rally was partly thanks to oil, which closed higher for a third straight day.
We have a decision! And the bulls don't like it. Spiky moves in stocks the second after the fed announced it was leaving rates unchanged with no sign it'll alter its current rate tightening path. Right away, the Dow, which was up 12 points, popped briefly before falling to the lows of the week.
The bulls fought their way back today! Wall Street rebounded sharply, thanks in large part to the surge in oil, which jumped 3.7%. The markets recovered nearly all of their losses from yesterday's trading session, with the dow hitting 300-points at session highs.
Stocks skidding in the final hour of trade heading further into correction territory. The Dow plunged 208 points by the close to end at 15,885, the S&P 500 lost 29 points and the Nasdaq shed 72 points. It was the first down day in three for all the major averages.
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