Markets reversed their roles from the previous session Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average representing the lone average in the green with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 giving up their earlier gains.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.2%, or 54 points, to 26,265 while the Nasdaq fell 0.54%, or 40 points, to 7,420 and the S&P 500 declined 0.04%, or 1 point, to 2,837.

Here are the stories moving markets today. 

Sears Is Circling the Drain

Here are the top-4 reasons struggling retailer Sears (SHLD) could file for chapter 11 this year. 

GE Reverses Course

General Electric (GE) - Get Report was on pace to be the comeback story of the week after a solid day of trading on Tuesday, but the stock has reversed course since its earnings call Wednesday morning. 

Steve Mnuchin Is Playing With Matches

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin advocated for a weaker dollar in Davos Wednesday, which could result in a strong rally for gold prices. 

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