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Stocks have been flat this week ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Stocks were flat Tuesday as the U.S. market looked to rebound from a sluggish start to the shortened Thanksgiving week.
Blue chips and tech shares were poised for a higher open Tuesday as the U.S. market looked to rebound from a sluggish session Monday.
Even with a slew of corporate mergers and a continuing downtrend in oil prices, traders weren't showing a great deal of buying interest Monday, and the major indices were narrowly mixed.
Traders awoke Monday to a slew of corporate mergers, but they were uninspired to do much early buying.
Stocks opened higher Monday as traders awaited a host of inflation data and numerous profit reports from the retail and high-tech sectors this week.
Stock futures were little changed Monday as traders returned to work and awaited a host of inflation data and numerous profit reports from the retail and high-tech sectors.
Futures were signaling a muted open for Wall Street Monday as investors dealt with a slew of earnings reports from the Old Economy.
A day after the Dow closed above 12,000 for the first time ever stocks weakened Friday on a disappointing profit report from Caterpillar.
Stocks were weaker early Friday as a huge quater from Google wasn't able to overshadow a disappointing profit report from Caterpillar