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US stocks end quarter mostly up - Channel NewsAsia;

US stocks end quarter mostly up - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaUS stocks end quarter mostly upChannel NewsAsiaTraders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP). 01 Jul 2017 04:58AM (Updated: 01 Jul 2017 05:00AM ). Share this content. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on LinkedIn. Share via Whatsapp.and more »

Stocks up for the day, down for the week, amid best first-half gains in years - Seeking Alpha

Stocks up for the day, down for the week, amid best first-half gains in yearsSeeking AlphaStocks closed mostly higher to wrap up the strongest first half of any year since 2013 for the S&P 500 (+8.2%) and the Dow (+8) as well as the Nasdaq's best H1 since 2009 (+14.1%). But stocks ended lower for the week, with the S&P losing 0.6%, the Dow ...and more »

US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St ends choppy week with modest gains - Reuters

US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St ends choppy week with modest gainsReutersNEW YORK, June 30 The Dow and S&P 500 on Friday ended a volatile week with modest gains, boosted by Nike's well-received quarterly report, with both indexes tallying their best first half of the year since 2013. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 62 ...and more »

Stocks had a great first half despite DC drama - CNNMoney;

Stocks had a great first half despite DC drama - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyStocks had a great first half despite DC dramaCNNMoneyThe first half of the year has come to a close. And despite all the drama in Washington, and lack of any significant progress from the White House and Congress to get anything major done to help the economy, Wall Street is still in rally mode. The Dow ...and more »

Stock market madness returns as techs plunge - NBC2 News;

Stock market madness returns as techs plunge - NBC2 News

NBC2 NewsStock market madness returns as techs plungeNBC2 NewsThe fate of the market will depend on whether companies are able to keep reporting solid results and if consumers continue to spend. By Paul R. La Monica. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Call it the yo-yo market. The Dow dropped more than 200 points ...and more »