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McDonald’s, Verizon Weigh on DJIA Tuesday

July 26, 2016: Markets opened higher Tuesday ahead of Wednesday's FOMC announcement on interest rate changes (none expected) and a press conference with Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen. Earnings reports from ...
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Oil Giants Exxon, Chevron Topple DJIA Monday

July 25, 2016: Markets opened lower Monday ahead of Tuesday's FOMC meeting which concludes Wednesday with an announcement on interest rate changes (none expected) and press conference with Fed chairwoman ...
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Visa, Amex Push Dow Higher Friday

July 22, 2016: Markets opened higher Friday and the party continued all day. Leading the day's gains were the telecom and utilities sectors while industrials was with only sector trading ...
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Intel, Amex Crimp DJIA on Thursday

July 21, 2016: Markets opened mixed Thursday but by late morning all three major indexes traded in the red. Leading the slide are the industrials, energy, and materials sectors, with ...
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The 4 Tech Stocks That Carried the Dow Wednesday

July 20, 2016: Markets opened higher Wednesday on strength in the tech sector following Microsoft's report last night. Tech has been the best performing sector with healthcare stocks also posting ...
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DuPont, Apple Led DJIA Higher Monday

July 18, 2016: Markets opened mixed on Monday with the blue chippers lagging until mid -morning. The tech and basic materials sectors posted the largest gain, with energy and consumer ...
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Caterpillar, Boeing Buoy DJIA Friday

July 15, 2016: Markets opened higher again Friday but trickled down to spend most of session trading right around the break-even line. That's roughly inline with the U.S. economic data ...
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Goldman Sachs, Apple Boost DJIA on Thursday

July 14, 2016: Markets opened higher again Thursday after producer prices came in higher than expected for June and new claims for unemployment benefits came in lower than expected. The ...
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UnitedHealth, Verizon Lead Dow Higher on Tuesday

July 13, 2016: Markets opened higher again Wednesday but by noon only the DJIA was still trading with a gain. A weakish dollar trade lasted most of the day while ...
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4 Stocks That Lifted the Dow Tuesday

July 12, 2016: Markets opened higher again Tuesday with the S&P 500 index and the DJIA putting up new all-time intraday highs. Energy and basic materials were the leading sectors, ...
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Boeing, Goldman Sachs Lead Dow Higher Monday

July 11, 2016: Markets opened higher again Monday with the S&P 500 index putting in a new all-time intraday high. Last Friday's U.S. non-farm payrolls report pushed Asian stocks higher ...
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Caterpillar, DuPont, Home Depot, Amex Push DJIA Higher Friday

July 8, 2016: Markets opened higher Friday following a soaring non-farm payrolls report. Early indications for falling equities prices were blown away by the report that 278,000 new jobs were ...
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The 4 Stocks That Weighed on the DJIA Thursday

July 7, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday, and in a reverse from Wednesday's trading, traded lower by the end of the day's session. The British pound posted another low against ...
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The 4 Stocks That Lifted the DJIA Wednesday

July 6, 2016: Markets opened lower again Wednesday, following international markets that traded lower overnight. The British pound posted a new 31-year low against the dollar before climbing back a ...
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The 4 Stocks That Weighed on the DJIA Tuesday

July 5, 2016: Markets opened lower Tuesday, following international markets that traded lower while U.S. markets were closed for the July 4th holiday. U.S. markets will be searching for clues ...
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