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Stocks go nowhere as markets weigh falling oil prices and earnings season

Business Insider Monday, 16 July 2018
Stocks were mixed Monday as markets weighed falling oil prices and the start of earnings season. The dollar fell, and Treasury yields rose. 

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*Dow Jones industrial average:* 25,071.75 +52.34 (+0.21%)

*S&P 500:* 2,797.09 −4.22 (-0.15%)1. *Breaking with the position of the American...
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Global stocks fell on Tuesday as oil prices hit a three-month low, while the dollar edged lower and most other markets were subdued before Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell was due to testify to the U.S. Congress. Francis Maguire reports.

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