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UnitedHealth, Exxon Mobil Drag DJIA Down Wednesday

January 18, 2017: Markets opened mixed Wednesday following the latest report on the consumer price index, which rose to 2.1%, and gave investors and trader pause to consider the Fed's ...
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JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs Sink DJIA on Tuesday

January 17, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday as financial stocks took a severe beating in the session following remarks by the president-elect that he wanted a weaker dollar. That sent ...
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Wal-Mart, United Technologies Weigh on DJIA Friday

January 13, 2017: Markets opened higher Friday but the blue chips spent the day slowing losing the early gain. The financials and consumer discretionary stocks were performing best among the ...
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Disney, Microsoft Lead DJIA Drop Thursday

January 12, 2017: Markets opened lower Thursday and politics -- or the lack of policy -- gets the blame following President-elect Donald Trump's press conference that failed to have anything ...
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Merck, IBM Pace DJIA to Wednesday Gain

January 11, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher Wednesday as politics ruled the news. Energy was today's best performing sector even though the EIA inventory report was hugely bearish. Countering the ...
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Caterpillar, Home Depot Best DJIA Performers Tuesday

January 10, 2017: Markets opened mixed again Tuesday as the blue chips got off to a slow start. The DJIA peake in the middle of the day and slid back ...
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Exxon, IBM Lead DJIA Slide Monday

January 9, 2017: Markets opened mixed again Monday with the Nasdaq Composite showing a burst out of the gate while the S&P 500 and the DJIA opened lower. The Nasdaq ...
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Nike, Goldman Sachs Lift DJIA Friday

January 6, 2017: Markets opened mixed Friday but a solid report on non-farm payrolls eventually helped buyers gain some traction. The telecom sector was the day's worst performer while tech ...
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Travelers, American Express Sink DJIA Thursday

January 5, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher again Thursday but by mid-morning sellers had taken over and the DJIA and S&P 500 traded in the red. Financials and industrials weighed ...
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Nike, Disney Push DJIA Higher Wednesday

January 4, 2017: Markets opened higher again Wednesday on top of some very late buying on Tuesday afternoon. Likely another extension of the Trump rally and perhaps even on very ...
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Nike, Verizon Lead DJIA Higher Tuesday

January 3, 2017: Markets opened higher Tuesday following the beginning of promised cuts to crude oil production by OPEC members and other nations as well as a strong report on ...
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Apple, United Technologies Sink DJIA on Friday

December 30, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher Friday but in a repeat of Thursday's action, traded mostly in the red all day. The day before a three-day holiday weekend often ...
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JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs Weight on DJIA Thursday

December 29, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday but were unable to hold onto early gains, probably due to some selling as traders get their ducks in a row for the ...
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Caterpillar, Intel Sink DJIA Wednesday

December 28, 2016: Markets opened higher Wednesday but any recovery from Tuesday's end-of-day selling failed to materialize. Trading reversed course from Tuesday, where every S&P sector showed a gain, to ...
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Apple, Cisco Lead DJIA Higher Tuesday

December 27, 2016: Markets opened higher Tuesday after a long Christmas holiday weekend. The Case-Shiller home price index improved by 5.6% year over year in October and the Conference Board's ...
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