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Stock futures are slightly lower on Thursday as investors prepare for the kickoff of earnings season.
Stocks manage to close higher on Wednesday, the day before the unofficial kickoff of third-quarter earnings season.
Stocks extend modest gains mid-afternoon Wednesday after dipping into the red earlier on declining crude oil prices.
Stocks move off session highs by mid-morning Wednesday after a rise in crude inventories dampens a rally in oil.
Stock futures climb as crude oil rallies for its fourth straight session, its longest rally in nearly six months.
It's a very different day of trading for the investor favoring energy stocks compared to those hedging their bets on biotech.
Stocks are mixed on Tuesday afternoon as energy pushes the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher while a biotech selloff weighs on the Nasdaq.
Stocks move back into the red by mid-morning Tuesday as the biotech sector suffers another selloff.
Stock futures pull back after Monday's surge as earnings season comes into focus.
Wall Street welcomes big gains, and a 2015 winning streak, to kick off the new week.
Stocks extend big gains into the final hour of trading Monday, putting the S&P 500 on track for its longest winning streak this year.
Stocks are sharply higher by late morning Monday as markets enjoy a broad-based rally inspired by gains in Europe.
Stock futures follow global markets higher on Monday to extend Friday's rally.
Stocks manage to reverse an earlier selloff on Friday, but the dismal jobs report leaves many investors uneasy.
Stocks pull higher Friday afternoon as the biotech sector stages a minor rally and overshadows a disappointing jobs report earlier in the session.
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