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The Dow Jones Industrial Average enjoys a massive winning streak with only small gains on Wednesday, shrugging off the chances of another rate hike come March.
The S&P 500 holds lower on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signaled comfort in moving to higher interest rate levels "fairly soon."
In each case, the start of cash payouts follows better-than-expected quarterly results.
Stocks turn mixed on Wednesday morning as investors await more clarity on interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
Stock futures waver on Wednesday morning as investors seek more clarity on interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
Here are 5 things you must know before the market opens Wednesday.
Toll Brothers TOL says the average price of a home it built declined, due to the cost of building materials.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed Wednesday after breaking records again in the previous session and ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting earlier in February.
Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.
Daily and weekly charts signal a continuing uptrend and a price target of $44.
Homebuilder stocks profited from the Trump rally but now they've stalled.
The bank's mortgage production pipeline plunges in the fourth quarter.
The post-Trump rally came to an end this week, as the Dow missed its 20,000 milestone and stocks ended lower Friday, while finishing 2016 with big gains.
Modifying the popular write-off would be good for the economy.
The Nasdaq reached a record high at Tuesday's close, but rising consumer confidence and positive housing-market data weren't enough to push the Dow Jones to 20,000.
The Dow's climb to 20,000 stalled Tuesday, but stocks remained somewhat higher. Consumer confidence is increasing, and housing prices are showing positive signs.
Homebuilder sentiment rose to 70 in December, the highest since 2005, but single-family housings starts for November disappointed.
Analysts explain why an uptick in mortgage lending is likely to happen under a Trump administration, and thus benefit Lennar.
Based on the charts and indicators, it looks like TOL is ready to move on up to a better neighborhood.
Interest rates on mortgages are rising, hampering shoppers' budgets, but builders think Trump may help remove regulatory barriers that have hampered some construction.
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