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Stocks Flirt With Losses As Markets Trade Flat

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Stocks Flirt With Losses As Markets Trade Flat

Stocks Flirt With Losses As Markets Trade Flat

According to Reuters, stocks on Wall Street flirted with losses in the morning, but the tides turned by the afternoon.

On March 14th, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange were trading about flat, though they were in positive territory.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to make 11-points of gains, rising to 25,714.

The Nasdaq Composite rose about 3-points, while the S&P 500 added less than 1-point.

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