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The Dow (^DJI) heads for a new record close, surging past the 23,000 mark as IBM lifts the Blue Chips higher. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Jared Blikre.
Stocks jumped out to early gains Wednesday, with the Dow opening firmly above the 23,000 level and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq cracking new highs.
Wall Street may be ready for new record highs today. The Dow Jones Industrials is expected to resume its upwards pace upon opening. Tax reform and quarterly earnings continue to be a focus for investors. Average Earnings Index numbers from the U.K today showed an increase. Dow Jones Industrials to Set New Mark, Indexes Being … Continue reading New Record Levels Possible on Wall Street, US Futures Point to a Slightly Positive Open
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TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday, as some indexes got a boost from overnight gains on Wall Street. Japan's benchmark held steady as expectations grew that a likely ruling party win in Sunday's Japanese parliamentary elections will help stability and growth. The Shanghai Composite index advanced as China's ruling communists began a congress that is due to give President Xi Jinping a second, five-year term.
Stocks were narrowly mixed just after the starting bell Tuesday's, as a slip by Boeing limited early gains on the Dow.
There has been a flurry of Asian companies going public on U.S. exchanges. In fact, this is the busiest year of IPOs from Asian firms in the US since 2010 and the pace may keep up through the end of next year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer figure out why the Nasdaq and New York Stock exchange are targeting these Asian companies.