Joseph Woelfel

Before joining TheStreet.com in August 2008, Woelfel worked as a senior editor at Thomson Financial North America, a division of Thomson Reuters. Prior to that, he was an assignment editor and copy editor at Dow Jones Newswires. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J.

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Stocks Pare Gains but Close in the Green for Second Straight Session

Stocks Pare Gains but Close in the Green for Second Straight Session

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is rising Wednesday, getting a lift from earnings from two of the country's biggest banks.

Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Brexit, Snap and Sears - 5 Things You Must Know

Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Brexit, Snap and Sears - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks are mixed after a crushing Brexit defeat for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and as investors worry that progress in U.S.-China trade talks may have stalled; Bank of America and Goldman Sachs report earnings; Sears' chairman reportedly prevails in a bankruptcy auction for the retailer; Snap tumbles as finance chief suddenly departs.

Dow Gains Triple Digits, Nasdaq Surges After Netflix Price Hike

Dow Gains Triple Digits, Nasdaq Surges After Netflix Price Hike

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is rising Tuesday and the Nasdaq closed in the green for the first time in three sessions.

JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Ford, Volkswagen and PG&E - 5 Things You Must Know

JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Ford, Volkswagen and PG&E - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures come off highs following a weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings report from JPMorgan Chase; Wells Fargo and UnitedHealth report earnings Tuesday; Ford is expected to unveil a trans-Atlantic alliance with Volkswagen at the Detroit Auto Show.

Stocks Pare Losses as Weak Trade Data From China Offsets Bank Gains

Stocks Pare Losses as Weak Trade Data From China Offsets Bank Gains

Stocks fall as weak trade data from China adds yet another level of concern over the health of the world's second-largest economy. Citigroup's earnings beat estimates but revenue comes in light.