|Day Low/High||160.45 / 163.19|
|52 Wk Low/High||147.37 / 183.64|
Stocks pare losses on Monday, the first trading day of the new quarter, as financials come off of lows in the final hour.
Stock losses firm on Monday morning, the first trading day of the new quarter, as a selloff in financials and disappointing auto sales drag on markets.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed Monday in the beginning of a new month and quarter for markets.
Stocks add to session highs on Tuesday as gains in the financials and energy sectors boost markets.
Stocks break higher by late morning Tuesday after struggling for direction for much of the earlier session.
U.S. stock futures rebound slightly and European shares rise as investors regain some optimism over tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration.
Wall Street could be in for a rocky week in the wake of the Republicans' failure to repeal and replace Obamacare as promised.
888 Holdings stock surged Tuesday after it beat expectations across the board with its full-year results and rewarding shareholders for their troubles with a bumper dividend.
Deutsche Lufthansa led German stocks higher Thursday after Europe's second-largest airline posted stronger-than-expected full year earnings and sealed a labor agreement with striking pilots.
Lloyds Banking Group is preparing to outsource a significant portion of its IT staff in a deal with IBM as part of a cost-cutting program at the British lender.
Spain's three largest lenders are facing regulatory changes and exposure to Mexico that are partly overshadowing an otherwise solid quarterly performance from one of Europe's largest banking sectors.
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These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
It's a slower week on Wall Street as investors wrap up business before the holiday break.
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