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The S&P 500 was up 0.19%, the Nasdaq slid 0.15%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was little changed.
Stocks are narrowly mixed by late afternoon Tuesday as energy spikes while the health care sector pulls lower.
Stocks lose earlier gains by late morning Tuesday as the health care sector pulls lower.
Stock futures hold onto slight gains on Tuesday morning despite durable goods orders in March coming in below consensus.
Wall Street starts out the week in the red, holding onto modest losses through the end of Monday's session.
Stocks remain in the red by mid-afternoon Monday as crude oil extends its decline and drags on the energy sector.
Stocks extend their decline on Monday morning as crude oil resumes a move lower.
Stock futures extend their decline on Monday morning in a quieter start to the week ahead of a Federal Reserve announcement on Wednesday.
First-quarter earnings could take a backseat to the Federal Reserve in the coming week.
The weekend couldn't come soon enough in a week positively bursting with the critical earnings reports of industry titans from General Electric GE to General Motors GM.
The Nasdaq had no shot to end the week on the right foot as tech earnings underwhelmed and dragged on the industry-heavy index.
Stocks attempt a late-day reversal, clawing their way back into the green, as crude oil enjoys a rally.
Stocks turn lower by late Friday morning after a flash reading on manufacturing in April falls to a seven-year low.
Stocks are mixed with earnings from industry titans including Alphabet and Visa take focus.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday, with earnings reports from industry titans such as General Motors, United Airlines and American Express.
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