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Market Wrap: Dow, S&P 500 Slip as Apple, Energy Weigh

NEW YORK — The Dow and the S&P 500 edged lower Monday as energy shares dropped with oil prices and Apple retreated a day before its quarterly results. Investors were cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve’s two-day policy meeting, which begins Tuesday. The market is looking for clues...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Slip on Rate Uncertainty, Earnings

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks slipped Tuesday on uncertainty over the U.S. rate outlook and disappointing results from Ford and other companies. Upbeat results from Apple after hours, however, could give the market a boost Wednesday. Shares of Apple (AAPL), the biggest company by market capitalization, rose 2.8...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Slip as Investors Digest Fed, Earnings

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks ended slightly lower Thursday as the market digested the potential for an interest rate hike in December and some disappointing tech earnings reports. The Federal Reserve, which kept rates unchanged at its policy meeting that ended Wednesday, downplayed concerns about global growth and...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Climb, Led by Energy, Health Care

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks added to their recent run with gains across all sectors on Monday, led by increases in the beaten-down energy group and the acquisition-driven health care industry. The gains on the first trading day of the month followed the best monthly performance of the...
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Market Wrap: Stocks End Flat as Fed Rate Hike Eyed

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks ended little changed Friday, with a rise in financials countered by a slide in utilities and other sectors, as Wall Street took the strong U.S. jobs report as evidence the Federal Reserve will soon raise interest rates. Since the Fed last week opened...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Give Up Gains After Germany Bomb Scare

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks forfeited gains Tuesday after a soccer match between Germany and the Netherlands was called off over fears of a bombing. All three major U.S. indexes had ventured into positive territory following upbeatearnings reports from Walmart and Home Depot. But they quickly relinquished those...
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