The Dow sheds an early loss and gains 56, despite higher oil prices and worries about Egypt. Friday's jobs report will grab investor attention.
Crude oil nearly hits $100 a barrel in New York as Egypt's political standoff gets more dangerous. Stocks tumble, despite strong June auto sales.
After a quick market rebound, a possible coup sends crude oil soaring out of a multi-year consolidation and sucks the wind out of stocks.
Fears over the end of cheap money stimulus fade as job growth weakens.
The first half of 2013 packed a memorable rally. After a rough couple of months, we could see another rise, but that will depend on several things going right.
The liquidity addicts on Wall Street don't even try to hide it anymore.
The Dow is up 114 as traders buy on hopes interest rates won't rise quickly. Gold is off for a 4th straight day and may have more to drop.
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