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Earlier market optimism faded as Wednesday wore on and a financials rally gave way to a selloff in Dow Jones Industrial Average component IBM and energy shares.
The S&P 500 hugs the flatline on Wednesday afternoon as a selloff in crude oil prices and energy shares counters better-than-expected earnings from Morgan Stanley.
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Stocks are narrowly mixed on Monday morning in choppy trading ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting later this week.
Wall Street churned around the flatline for much of the day with investors reluctant to commit to any one direction until the release of Friday's highly anticipated jobs report.
Stocks are lower on Thursday afternoon as a sharp decline in crude oil prices weighs on the energy sector.
Global oil markets continue to fall Thursday, with benchmark U.S. prices falling below $50 a barrel, after a larger-than-expect gain in commercial crude stockpiles and a surging dollar.
Stocks fluctuate on Wednesday as a blowout report on the labor market signals solid jobs gains in February, increasing the chances of a March rate hike.
Stocks are mostly higher on Wednesday morning after a reading on the U.S. labor market blasts past economists' estimates and clocks in at its highest level since April 2014.
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Stocks sink into the red on Thursday morning as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Wall Street scored another trifecta of record closes on Tuesday as a rally in the energy and tech sectors drove gains across benchmark indexes.
Stocks trade at new records on Tuesday as rallies in the energy and tech sectors help drive gains.
Stocks trade at new records on Tuesday morning as the energy sector moves higher and the Federal Reserve meets to discuss interest rates.
Wall Street scores a trifecta of record closes on Monday as a crude oil rally gives stocks an across-the-board boost.
Wall Street is on track for record closes for all the benchmark indices as crude oil resumes its rally.
The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple reported a so-so quarter.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extend their declines on Wednesday afternoon as crude oil resumes its slide after briefly touching the flatline.
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A crude oil rally Wednesday helped Wall Street rally to erase all losses endured in a selloff a day earlier.
A crude oil rally helps Wall Street rally on Wednesday to erase all losses endured a day earlier.
Stocks are higher on Wednesday as crude oil prices near the psychologically important $50 level.
Stocks climb on Wednesday as crude oil prices nears the psychologically-important $50 level.
Stocks pull back on Friday as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise interest rates runs out of steam.
Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
Concerns that lenders may soon have to pay even more to park reserves with the Japanese central bank weigh on the stocks.
These technical setups in the energy sector are showing solid upside potential right now.
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