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Apple, JPMorgan Dominate DJIA Tuesday

March 28, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher Tuesday but took a turn for the better almost at once. Surging consumer confidence did the heavy lifting. Only the utilities sector was ...
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Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Sink DJIA Tuesday

March 21, 2017: Markets opened higher Tuesday but the retreat started early and continued for the rest of the day. Energy prices and concern over the fate of the healthcare ...
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Apple, Disney Lead DJIA Higher Monday

March 20, 2017: Markets opened slightly lower Monday and traded close to the break-even line all day. Leading indicators and consumer sentiment readings were both strong. Only the materials sector ...
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Caterpillar, Verizon Push DJIA Higher Wednesday

March 15, 2017: Markets opened higher Wednesday following a boost in oil prices brought on by expectations of a decline in U.S. commercial inventories. The expected decline occurred, and although modest, ...
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Chevron, DuPont Sink DJIA Tuesday

March 14, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday following a report from OPEC on the global market for oil that was less encouraging about market rebalancing.  The FOMC meeting started Tuesday ...
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General Electric, Caterpillar Push DJIA Higher Friday

March 10, 2017: Markets opened higher Friday following another month of strong non-farm payroll gains. Top performing sectors today were industrials, telecoms, and utilities. The weakest performer was real-estate. WTI ...
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Caterpillar, Chevron Sink DJIA Wednesday

March 8, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher Wednesday following the ADP report of a rise of 298,000 jobs last month. If Friday's federal report on jobs is near that level, ...
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Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Hold DJIA Up on Friday

March 3, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher Thursday but none of the three major indexes strayed far from the break-even line. Counter-cyclical sectors like consumer staples and utilities traded lower ...
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Caterpillar Sinks DJIA on Thursday as Feds Search Facilities

March 2, 2017: Markets opened mixed Thursday as the bulls returned to their pastures for some much needed nourishment. Some profit-taking probably helped, but jobless claims were lower than expected. ...
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JPMorgan, American Express Dominate DJIA on Wednesday

March 1, 2017: Markets opened higher Wednesday largely on the generally favorable reaction to Tuesday evening's speech by President Donald Trump. Investors and business analysts still expect a rollback in regulation ...
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11 Infrastructure Giants Loving Trump’s Infrastructure Ambitions

If you are surprised about the gains seen in the infrastructure stocks since the election, you haven't been reading 24/7 Wall St. or many other financial trends sites. While President Trump's ...
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Caterpillar, Chevron Lead DJIA Higher Monday

February 27, 2017: Markets opened lower Monday but picked up steam shortly after the bell and rose fairly steadily throughout the day. Energy and real estate were the leading gainers ...
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Insider Buying Jumps as Market Continues Record Run: Arconic, NuStar Energy, Coty, Rent-A-Center and More

Despite a wobbly Friday, the markets again put together incredible runs last week, the likes of which haven’t been seen since 1987. One thing remained clear as we checked our ...
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Caterpillar, Cisco Systems Lift DJIA on Monday

February 13, 2017: Markets opened higher again Monday mostly on bets that President Trump's tax cuts will materialize as promised and usher in a new period of growth for the ...
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Caterpillar, Nike Push Dow Higher Friday

February 10, 2017: Markets opened higher again Friday following some decent news on export prices (up 0.1% in January) and import prices (down 0.2%). The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey ...
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