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Stocks On Wall Street Are Trading Flat

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Stocks On Wall Street Are Trading Flat

Stocks On Wall Street Are Trading Flat

According to Reuters, stocks on Wall Street fell flat heading into a new week.

By the afternoon on Feb.

11th, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange hardly moved.

Although the markets moved up, their gains were marginal.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost about 33-points, rising to 25,072, while the S&P 500 added about 2-points.

The Nasdaq Composite led gains for the morning, rising about three-tenths of a percent, for about 10-points of gains.

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