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After moving mostly higher over the course of the previous week, stocks showed a notable move back to the downside during trading on Monday. With the drop on the day, the Dow pulled back well off last Friday's record closing high.

After moving moderately lower in early trading on Monday, stocks have seen further downside as the trading day has progressed. With the drop on the day, the Dow has pulled back well off last Friday's record closing high.

Stocks have moved to the downside in early trading on Monday, giving back some ground after moving mostly higher last week. The major averages have all dipped into negative territory, although selling pressure has remained somewhat subdued.

After seeing some strength last week, stocks are likely to move back to the downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a moderately lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 38 points.

wallstreet-101008_22Sep14.jpg Wall Street looks set to follow the rest of the global markets lower on Monday, as speculation concerning China scaling down its domestic economic growth forecast swirls around. Recent Chinese data has questioned the likelihood of China hitting the 7.5 percent target, accentuating worries concerning...

Stocks showed a lack of direction over the course of the trading day on Friday after failing to sustain an initial upward move. Despite the choppy trading, the Dow once again managed to end the session at a new record closing high.

After failing to sustain an initial upward move, stocks have shown a lack of direction over the course of the trading day on Friday. The Dow and the S&P 500 reached new record highs in early trading but have given back ground since then.

After showing a notable move to the upside at the open, stocks remain mostly positive in early trading on Friday. The major averages have not seen much follow-though on their initial upward move but are hovering above the unchanged line.

With traders reacting positively to the results of Scotland's independence referendum, stocks are likely to extend their recent upward move in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 74 points.

wallstreet-101008_19Sep14.jpg With another headwind turning a tailwind, Wall Street stocks are set to open higher on Friday. Recent fears of the economic impact from a possible splintering of the U.K. receding following Scotland opting to stay with the U.K., the markets across the globe have seen a relief rally.

After ending the previous session mostly higher following the Federal Reserve's monetary policy announcement, stocks saw further upside during trading on Thursday. The gains on the day lifted the Dow and the S&P 500 to new record closing highs.

After moving mostly higher early in the session, stocks have continued to perform well over the course of the trading day on Thursday. The gains on the day have lifted both the Dow and the S&P 500 to new record intraday highs.

Stocks have moved mostly higher in early trading on Thursday, extending a recent upward move by the markets. The major averages have all climbed into positive territory, with the Dow reaching a new record intraday high.

After ending the previous session mostly higher, stocks may see some further 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 44 points.

wallstreet-041012_18Sep14.jpg Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open higher on Thursday after the modest advances notched up yesterday on the back of the FOMC decision. With more economic data, including the housing starts, jobless claims and manufacturing activity data, due for the session, the markets may show some reaction to the data. Global cues are positive, with Asian stocks closing