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Stocks saw some volatility during trading on Friday but largely maintained a negative bias before ending the session firmly in the red. The losses on the day offset the strong upward move that was seen in the previous session.

With renewed concerns about the economy weighing on the markets, stocks have moved mostly lower over the course of the trading day on Friday. The losses on the day have partly offset the strong upward move seen in the previous session.

Stocks have moved mostly lower in early trading on Friday, giving back some ground after ending the previous session sharply higher. The major averages have slid firmly into negative territory but remain off their recent lows.

Stocks are likely to move back to the downside in early trading on Friday after moving mostly higher over the course of the previous session. The major index futures are currently pointing to a sharply lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 182 points.

wallstreet-111614_30Jan15.jpg Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Friday's session notably lower. Global cues are negative, with Asian stocks trading on a lackluster note, while the European markets are seeing moderate losses. At the same time, commodity prices are firmer.

After fluctuating throughout much of the session, stocks showed a strong move to the upside in afternoon trading on Thursday. The late-day rally helped the markets recover from the sell-off that was seen over the course of the two previous sessions.

After moving sharply lower over the course of the two previous sessions, stocks have fluctuated during trading on Thursday. The major averages have had difficulty sustaining any significant moves throughout the trading day.

The Treasury Department continued this week's series of long-term securities auctions with the sale of $35 billion worth of five-year notes on Thursday, attracting below average demand. The five-year note auction drew a high yield of 1.288 percent and a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.49.

Stocks have moved mostly lower in morning trading on Thursday, adding to the steep losses posted in the two previous sessions. The major averages have all slid into negative territory, with the Dow falling to its lowest levels in over a month.

After ending the two previous sessions sharply lower, stocks may move back to the upside in early trading on Thursday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 63 points.

WallStreet2-041112_29Jan15.jpg Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may seek to rebound on Thursday after the FOMC statement roiled the markets yesterday. Earnings released yesterday after the market close yesterday were largely mixed and the markets gear up to receive earnings reports from companies...

After failing to sustain an initial upward move, stocks showed a substantial downturn over the course of the trading day on Wednesday. The losses on the day extended the sell-off seen in the previous session, with the Dow falling to its lowest closing level in over a month.

After failing to sustain an early upward move, stocks have given back ground over the course of the trading day on Wednesday. The major averages have pulled back well off their highs for the session and briefly dipped into negative territory.

Stocks have moved mostly higher in early trading on Wednesday, regaining some ground following the sell-off that was seen in the previous session. The major averages have climbed firmly into positive territory but only partly offset yesterday's steep losses.

Following the sell-off seen in the previous session, stocks may regain some ground in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a modestly higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 17 points.

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