Mixed futures trading carried over into the main session Tuesday with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 rising and the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading in the red. 

The Dow fell 0.08%, or 21 points, to 26,194 while the Nasdaq gained 0.53%, or 39 points, to 7,447.32, and the S&P 500 rose 0.13%, or 4 points, to 2,836.

Here are the stories moving markets today. 

Here's Why Waste Is a Great Business to Be In

Waste Management (WM) CEO Jim Fish has a rosy look at the garbage business. Hear his thoughts on why Waste Management is a good pick

P&G Is Rising as Peltz Prepares to Join Board

Nelson Peltz was adamant about changing the culture at Procter & Gamble (PG)  and soon he will be able to make his imprint on the company

JPMorgan Celebrates Tax Law With Raises

JPMorgan (JPM) has joined the growing list of companies celebrating the GOP tax overhaul with bonuses for employees. 

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