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US stocks extend gains

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average has eked out further rises and is now up 131.44 points at 25,331.81.

The S&P 500 has added 12.20 points at 2,743.40 and the Nasdaq is ahead 22.58 points at 7,279.14.


US markets open down

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average has opened 41.61 points lower at 25,158.76.

The S&P 500 is off 3.20 points at 2,728 and the Nasdaq is down 12.07 points at 7,244.36.



US stock markets close higher

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US stock markets closed higher on Thursday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 1.24% at 25,200 points.

The S&P 500 was up 1% at 2,725.

The Nasdaq closed 0.88% higher at 1,535.



Wall Street closes up

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Wall Street shares closed up on Wednesday, as the market shrugged off US inflation data and tech shares rose.

The Dow Jones rose 1.03% to 24,893 points.

The S&P 500 climbed 1.34% to 2,699.

And the tech-heavy Nasdaq was up 1.86% to 7,144.


Groupon shares fall

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Groupon's shares have fallen on the news that the discount deals website failed to meet profit expectations for the first time in two years.

Shares in Groupon fell 11.54% or 0.6 points to $4.60 after reporting fourth quarter net income of $47.7m, a loss compared to the same period in the previous year.


Wall Street on the move

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US shares have now pulled back up - the Dow Jones has risen 57.5 points or 0.23% to 24,697.95.

The S&P 500 is up 11.67 points or 0.44% to 2,674.75

And the tech-heavy Nasdaq has climbed 0.8% or 56.2 points to 7,069.70.


Wall Street down on open

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US shares fell on open on Wednesday, following news that consumer prices rose more than expected to 0.5%, while annual inflation remained at 2.1%, when it had been estimated to fall.

The Dow Jones has slipped 58.9 points or 0.24% to 24,581.59. The losers are led by Microsoft, falling 1.4% to $88.57.

The technology giant has been awarded over a quarter of a million dollars in damages by a San Francisco court, which found that Canadian developer Corel's software did copy some of the user interfaces in Microsoft Office.

The S&P 500 is down 13.1 points or 0.49% to 2,649.84. Healthcare real estate investors HCP Inc leads the losers, after reporting a drop in earnings for the fourth quarter compared the same period in the year before.

And the tech-heavy Nasdaq has dropped 15.1 points or 0.22% to 6,998.43. Shares in Zion Oil and Gas, which doubled on Tuesday after news the firm struck oil in Israel, are now down 17% to $3.57.


Dollar skips higher after inflation data

The US dollar added about a third of a euro cent after that stronger than expected inflation data was released.

It had been trading at €0.81 but jumped to €0.814.

The Labor Department said its Consumer Price Index increased 0.5% last month.

"This is a strong number," said Aberdeen Standard Investments Investment Strategist Luke Bartholomew.

“The Fed is now very likely to follow through on its plan to raise rates again in March.

"If the sell-off gathers real momentum then they will need to think about their plans again but we’re a long way from there."



US markets open up

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has opened ahead 146.86 points at 24,337.76.

S&P 500 rose 38.55 points to 2,619.55.

The Nasdaq added 63.71 points to 6,938.20.



Wall Street recovers - sort of...

Another rollercoaster ride in New York today, but all three main indexes reversed earlier losses to end the day higher.

The Dow Jones and the Nasdaq both closed up 1.4%, while the S&P 500 gained 1.5%.

However, the Dow and S&P have both ended the week 5.2% lower - the biggest weekly declines for both since January 2016.

The Nasdaq only did slightly better, posting a 5.1% decline for the week.

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