U.S. stock indices dip Monday following the long July 4 weekend and a record performance that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average close well over the 17,000 threshold.
U.S. stock futures are dipping Monday following the long July 4 weekend and last Thursday's record performance.
Stronger-than-expected jobs data and a falling unemployment rate was enough impetus to push the Dow Jones Industrial Average well over the 17,000 threshold.
Markets are looking to gain Thursday, driven by stronger-than-expected nonfarm payrolls data, a falling unemployment rate, and a narrowing international trade gap.
Benchmark indices have an anticlimactic day after a record-breaking run over Wednesday's session. Markets slow down to digest data.
Markets gain after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen eases fears on increased monetary policy.
The goodwill that pushed U.S. markets to new heights over Tuesday's session lingers in premarket trading Wednesday. Major indices move higher.
The drivers behind historic gains in U.S. stocks remain murky amid halting investor sentiment. So why does this unloved market keep going higher?
The S&P 500 delivered new intraday record highs and the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved within reach of a historic 17,000-level on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks saw a strong push in a busy day for economic data and after China PMI expands for the first time in six months.
U.S. stock futures are advancing in a busy day for economic data and after China PMI expands for the first time in six months.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq clinch their sixth consecutive quarterly gain, a feat not seen in more than a decade.
Markets are gaining on Monday in the final day of trading for the second quarter and first half of 2014.
The S&P 500 could be on track to close the first half of 2014 up 6%, with Monday being the last day of the second quarter.
Markets closed the week lower, though benchmark U.S. indices gained in Friday's lackluster session.
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