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U.S. Stocks Advance 1.6% for the Week as Investors Shrug Off Risks
U.S. stocks capped a bullish week, with the S&P 500 Index climbing above 2,500 for the first time in its history, as investors showed resilience in the face of a North Korean missile test. The dollar weakened after data showed a decline in August r
Posted on 18 Sep, 2017
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Oil Extends Gains but Stocks Take a Breather
U.S. stocks slipped and the dollar retreated while crude oil topped U$50 a barrel for the first time in a month. The S&P 500 Index edged off an all-time high even as oil’s rally boosted energy shares
Posted on 15 Sep, 2017
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Traders Cautious as U.S. Stocks Close Mostly Lower
U.S. stock indices closed mostly lower Friday, finishing a holiday-shortened week with modest losses, down 0.6 per cent. Investor traded cautiously as natural disasters and geopolitical tensions made headlines in a somewhat shaky week.
Posted on 11 Sep, 2017
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Gold Prices Surge to 1-Year High; U.S. Stocks Little Changed
All major U.S. stock market indices - the S&P 500 Index, Nasdaq Composite Index and Dow Jones Industrial Average - barely budged, while the euro strengthened after the European Central Bank signaled prolonged stimulus.
Posted on 08 Sep, 2017
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U.S. Stocks Advance as Policy Makers Reach Debt Agreement
U.S. stocks pushed higher overnight while longer-term government debt fell after lawmakers reached a deal with President Donald Trump to extend the U.S. debt limit and fund the government through mid-December.
Posted on 07 Sep, 2017
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U.S. Stocks Decline as Commodities Advance
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 234 points at the start of a week packed with central-bank decisions, Federal Reserve speakers and economic data that will help illuminate the path of the global economy.
Posted on 06 Sep, 2017
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Investors Turn to Safe Haven Assets
Stocks fell, while gold and the yen climbed as geopolitical tensions flared again, with U.S. President Donald Trump weighing new economic sanctions that could target China after a nuclear test Sunday by North Korea.
Posted on 05 Sep, 2017
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