US markets are set to tick up at the open after the tech giant's positive results and strong eurozone PMI data.
The recent string of consistent gains is a rare event not seen in nearly 20 years.
With these stocks set to move higher, the shorts will get squeezed out of their positions, pushing prices even higher.
The metal's oversupply recently turned into a shortage, helping this well-known name.
Chinese stocks plummet overnight on concerns over a liquidity crunch that further slow growth in the country.
Proximity to new oil and natural gas sites is drawing interest from abroad and fueling the city's economic and population growth.
US markets are set to open on a higher note ahead of consumer sentiment data.
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