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Dow 23,000 has come and gone as earnings help move the blue chips higher.
According to a new survey from Bank of America, more fund managers expect the economy to look like Goldilocks instead of Secular Stagnation.
World stocks stayed near all-time peaks and the dollar extended a winning streak on Wednesday as the focus on upcoming changes to monetary policies in the U.S. and the euro zone grew. Talk over the next Federal Reserve Chairman lifted the dollar for a fifth straight day as the MSCI's 47-country 'All-World' index inched up 0.1 percent by 1242 GMT, staying at striking distance from the record high hit on Monday.
Stocks around the world inched higher, putting the Dow Jones Industrial Average back on course to close above the 23000 milestone for the first time.
U.S. stock futures on Wednesday point to a modest gain at the open, putting the Dow industrials on course to rise above 23,000 one day after they briefly traded above that big round number for the first ...
The Dow looks march past the 23,000 milestone, and stay past that mark, as IBM sees a big bump following quarterly results.
After gaining for five consecutive trading weeks, the S&P 500 started this week on a stronger note. The S&P 500 rose to record high price levels on Monday.
It has been three decades since the most disastrous single day in U.S. stock market history, and investors can be forgiven for wondering if Wall Street learned its lesson.
IBM Corp. somehow managed to maintain its rock-bottom effective tax rate and enjoyed an earnings beat and stock gains Tuesday afternoon thanks to a continuing ability to avoid taxes.
Today's top stories: The Dow Jones Industrial Average crosses 23,000, IBM beat expectations on both top and bottom line, a deal in healthcare could be underway.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was poised to open above 23,000 for the first time on Wednesday following a series of upbeat earnings reports from marquee companies.
* Solid earnings so far, strong economic data and hopes that President Donald Trump may be able to make progress on tax cuts have helped the market rally this year. * IBM, a Dow component, jumped 4.6 percent in premarket hours, after its quarterly revenue beat estimates and the company hinted at sales growth after nearly six years of declines. * U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday gained crucial support for a vote on a budget resolution that is vital to Trump's hopes of signing sweeping tax reform legislation into law before January.