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- Ex-strategist can sue UBS as whistleblower: U.S. judge8:26 PM ET | Reuters
- Details of the Senate immigration bill8:19 PM ET | AP
- Japan's trade deficit hits $8.6 billion in April8:19 PM ET | AP
- Sony shares hit two-year high on report of spin-off proposal8:16 PM ET | Reuters
- CA-BUSINESS Summary8:15 PM ET | Reuters
- Senate panel approves immigration bill8:15 PM ET | AP
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[BRIEFING.COM] Stocks ended modestly higher as the S&P 500 climbed 0.2%, and the Dow added 0.4% to register its 19th consecutive Tuesday of gains.
The major averages saw little change during morning action, but afternoon buying interest helped lift the indices to session highs. Most cyclical sectors (with the exception of materials and technology) finished among the leaders, but the defensively-geared health care sector settled atop the leaderboard as biotechnology outperformed. ... More
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