[BRIEFING.COM] The key indices continue to hover within points of their respective flat lines. The Russell 2000 is an exception as the small cap index trades with a loss of 0.5%.
Similar to the major averages, individual sectors continue to hold their levels. Consumer staples, energy, and materials are all up between 0.1% and 0.2% while financials, industrials, and telecom display losses between 0.2% and 1.0%.
The dollar is likely to react to this afternoon's remarks from Ben ... More
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