Stocks Mostly Up After Monday's Record-High Close

The Treasury market is down a bit.
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The major market averages were mostly higher early on, a day after the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

closed above 11,000 for the first time ever

yesterday.

Meanwhile,

Goldman Sachs

(NYSE:GS) will begin trading today on the

New York Stock Exchange

. Shares of the investment bank were indicated at $70 to $80.Goldman's IPO was priced yesterday near the top of its range at $53 a share. An additional 9 million shares were added to the 60 million-share deal when Goldman exercised its overallotment option, bringing total proceeds to $3.7 billion.

TheStreet.com

wrote about the IPO in a story

last night.

The Dow was up 13 to 11,028. The

S&P 500

was down 1 to 1353. The

Nasdaq Composite Index

was up 3 to 2538. The

Russell 2000

was up 2 to 435.

TheStreet.com Internet Sector

index was up 7 to 640.

The 30-year Treasury bond was down 8/32 to 93 29/32, yielding 5.68%.

Most Up at Open -- NYSE

Gatx (GMT) , up 1 7/8 to 37 3/16

.

Most Up at Open -- Nasdaq

Wang Global (WANG) , up 3 5/16 to 10 1/16

:

Getronics

, a Dutch information technology company, is buying Wang in a deal worth about $2 billion. Getronics will buy all 46 million outstanding Wang shares for $29.25 each, a 15% premium over Wang's closing price yesterday.

Most Down at Open -- NYSE

Ameritech (AIT) - Get Report, down 1 15/16 to 65

.

Most Down at Open -- Nasdaq

Wall Data (WALL) , down 5 3/16 to 10 1/16

: The company yesterday warned it will report a fourth-quarter net loss due to its restructuring into two separate companies. The single-analyst estimate called for operating earnings of 25 cents a share vs. the year-ago profit of 7 cents. The company also said it hired an investment bank to explore the possibility of selling its

Rumba

Internet-hosting business or spinning off its

Cyberprise

enterprise information business.