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Stocks are narrowly mixed on Friday as Wall Street heads into the long Memorial Day weekend, and crude closes under $60 a barrel.
Enterprise software company Intuit (INTU) beat quarterly estimates and increased its expectations for subscribers to its QuickBooks Online program by the fourth quarter.
Stocks are mixed on Friday as the U.S. dollar spikes on stronger-than-expected consumer price data.
Gap (GPS) shares were on watch after the clothing retailer reported an 8% drop in quarterly net income.
Stock futures are moving slightly higher after core consumer prices in April rise at a faster-than-expected pace.
The S&P 500 closed at a new record Thursday as oil prices surged.
The S&P 500 celebrates a new record close on Thursday.
The S&P 500 is on track to close at record highs by the final hour of trading Thursday as a rally in the energy sector boosted the benchmark index.
Wall Street edged higher in midday trading Thursday, given a slight boost by energy stocks after crude oil topped $60 a barrel.
Stocks extend slight gains on Thursday as crude oil tops $60 a barrel, triggering a rally among energy companies.