[BRIEFING.COM] After opening sharply lower, the three indices have spent the entire day in a steady climb toward yesterday's closing levels. While the Dow has been able to cross into positive territory, the S&P 500 remains lower by 0.2% as nine sectors continue to trade in the red.
The financial space has shown some recent strength as the sector returned to its flat line. Further gains in this influential sector would likely give the broader market the boost needed to return into the ... More
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