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The story so far this year is oil prices locking closely with the stock market, and that was evident again early Wednesday as stocks moved higher after a rebound in oil.
Stocks tipped lower Tuesday as the market reacted to disappointing data from China and took a pause from its recent dramatic rally.
This week is going to be light on new data, giving investors plenty of time to continue chewing over Friday’s jobs report.
Stocks moved higher in early action Friday as job report headlines revealed stronger-than-expected hiring in February, steady unemployment, and lower wages.
The Street’s recent rally showed signs of a fade early Thursday as investors waited for Friday’s key monthly jobs report.
Stocks were flat to slightly lower early Wednesday, one day after strong U.S. economic data helped fuel the biggest rally since January.
March is traditionally a strong month for the U.S. stock market, and stocks looked primed to rally Tuesday on fresh stimulus news out of China and rising oil prices.
Stocks swung both positive and negative Friday, but still ended the week at their highest level since early January, building on gains that began mid-month.
Stocks took a stab at a third-straight session of rallies Friday, having pushed above what many analysts saw as key psychological resistance.
Stocks are tracking flat in early action after an impressive late rally Wednesday. Overnight gains in Europe lent some support.
Stocks slid in early trading Wednesday after Saudi Arabia said no to oil production cuts, sending oil prices back toward the psychologically important $30 level.
Stocks pivoted around unchanged early Tuesday as investors eyed several earnings reports and other key data.
Stocks ended a largely winning week with choppy action on Friday as investors seek more clarity in coming sessions from a volatile oil market, the interest rate outlook.
After cooling off Thursday following a three-day win streak, the stock market tipped lower again Friday with investors closely watching government data.
Stock averages will try for a fourth straight day of gains if early action holds. The S&P 500 (SPX) and other leading indices jumped Wednesday after Fed ...
Stocks took a stab at a third session for gains early Wednesday; the dollar traded lower against chief counterparts and global stock markets were mixed.