U.S. stocks finally decided upon a direction by the final hours, eking out small gains to start out the holiday-shortened week. Lionsgate (LGF) closed lower after its latest release 'Allegiant' massively failed at the box office. The third installation of the 'Divergent' series opened at nearly half its predecessors' results, trumped by Disney's (DIS - Get Report) 'Zootopia' which is now in its third straight week at cinemas. Apple (AAPL - Get Report) unveiled its cheapest iPhone yet, the smaller iPhone SE which measures in at four inches. The new model will have the same processing power as the 6s. Twitter (TWTR - Get Report) turned 10 on Monday. The social network sent out its first Tweet on this day back in 2006 and now boasts just over 305 million monthly active users. TheStreet's Keris Lahiff has details from Wall Street.
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