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Stock markets fall on Friday after February's jobs report ends the best consecutive three months for employment growth in 17 years.
Analysts turned focus to consumer stocks with revisions to Lululemon, Costco and Kroger in Friday's Analysts' Actions.
Stocks are lower on Friday after February wage growth was weak, even as U.S. nonfarm payrolls figures blow past expectations.
Stock futures rise slightly after February nonfarm payrolls blow past expectations, adding 295,000 jobs in February compared to expectations of 235,000.
Shares of Kroger were the best performer of the S&P 500 on Thursday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
Stocks manage to close with gains on Thursday, but just barely ahead of the February jobs report on Friday
Stocks regain positive momentum by mid-afternoon. Weaker-than-expected domestic data and the materials sector kept gains limited.
Stocks rise Thursday after the European Central Bank announced the start date of its quantitative-easing program.
Time Warner’s a buy, a no-go for Abercrombie and Exxon Mobil could go higher, all in Thursday’s Analysts’ Actions.
Stock futures set up for a bounce at the open, hoping to reverse some of the losses sustained over the past two sessions.