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Another solid performance for the U.S. equity markets last Friday with all three major markets posting gains on the day.  The Dow and S&P 500 were up 161.57 and

Bill Hastie |

In a volatile day of trading yesterday, the Dow and S&P 500 held on to post gains of 160.37 and 5.82 points, or +0.57% and +0.17%, respectively.  Once again

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While the S&P 500 and NASDAQ rallied all day yesterday, and both closing at new all-times, highs, the Dow struggled to reach positive territory by the end of

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Yesterday started off well for the Dow’s most economically sensitive stocks but turned negative on the release of a surprisingly low consumer confidence report

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Another powerful rally in the U.S. equity markets yesterday, with the Dow and S&P 500 surging 378.13 and 34.12 points, or +1.35% and +1.0%, respectively.  The

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A nice rally on Friday ended a solid week of performance on Wall Street last week.  On the day, the Dow was the big winner gaining 190.63 points, or +0.69%. 

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The U.S. equity market drifted higher yesterday with the tech-heavy NASDAQ again outperforming the rest.  The Dow and S&P 500 turned positive mid-day, and ended

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It was a down day across the board on Wall Street yesterday as all three major stock indices lost ground.  The Dow and S&P 500 fell 85.19 and 14.93 points, or -

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The S&P 500 and NASDAQ set new all-time highs yesterday, completely erasing the historic plunge in February and March, leaving only the Dow yet to fully recover

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Another mixed trading session on Wall Street yesterday, with the Dow losing 86.11 points, or -0.31%.  The S&P 500 continues to fight toward an all-time high

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Since the bear market decline of February 19 – March 23, the U.S. and international stock and bond markets have staged a remarkable recovery.  Investor

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