The Nasdaq and S&P 500 have spent all day in the green, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average has spent time in both positive and negative territory as the world awaits the Senate vote Monday on whether to fund the government.

The Dow was up 0.13%, or 33 points, the Nasdaq gained 0.62%, or 45 points, and the S&P 500 rose 0.38%, or 11 points. 

Here are some of the stories driving the market's movements today.

Icahn Teams With Investor to Oust Xerox CEO

Carl Icahn is stepping up the pressure to oust Xerox (XRX) CEO Jeff Jacobson by enlisting the company's third-largest shareholder to help him

Nike's Future Lies in Tech

Sneaker technology will help Nike (NKE) push profits in the future, according to a note from Macquarie.

Government Shutdown Could Weigh on Bull Market

2018 has been a great year for investors so far, but trouble in Washington could derail one of the strongest bull markets in recent memory. 

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