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U.S. stocks turned mixed on Tuesday, with traders unimpressed by some bank earnings reports, while the U.S. Treasury yield curve flattened and the dollar rose to a one-week high on increased inflation expectations. World stocks' gains petered out near record-high levels, in part because of a rally in commodities that helped underpin one of the most durable bull runs in recent history. While Goldman Sachs Group Inc and rival Morgan Stanley topped analyst expectations with their third-quarter earnings, shares of Goldman fell because earnings were fuelled by a volatile unit which has sharp revenue swings, analysts said.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crept above 23000 for the first time, buoyed by gains in shares of health-care companies.
Industrial companies led U.S. stocks mostly lower in midday trading Monday as investors sized up the latest company earnings news. Packaged food and beverage companies were also among the big laggards. Health care companies posted some of the biggest gains. Oil prices were down, giving up early gains.
A flood of earnings from the likes of UnitedHealth, Johnson & Johnson and Goldman Sachs keeps investors occupied on Tuesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday led by more than 5 percent gain in UnitedHealth. Goldman Sachs dipped 1 percent despite reporting a profit beat and smaller-than-expected trading revenue fall.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday led by more than 5 percent gain in UnitedHealth. Goldman Sachs dipped 1 percent despite reporting a profit beat and smaller-than-expected trading revenue fall. Morgan Stanley rose 1.4 percent as wealth management business insulated the bank from weakness in trading revenue.
The Dow Industrials breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday, helped by a rally in shares of UnitedHealth and Johnson & Johnson. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 39.3 points, or 0.17 ...
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Wall Street opened flat on Tuesday as gains in healthcare stocks were largely offset by losses in financials, with an earnings beat from Goldman Sachs failing to cheer investors. Goldman Sachs fell 1.6 percent and weighed the most on the Dow while Morgan Stanley rose 1.66 percent. UnitedHealth jumped 4.4 percent, lifting the Dow and the S&P the most, after the largest U.S. health insurer's profit beat estimates and it raised full-year earnings forecast.