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wallstreet-111614_24May17.jpg Stocks moved mostly higher over the course of the trading session on Wednesday, extending their recent winning streak to five sessions. With the continued advance on the day, the S&P 500 reached a new record closing high.

wallstreet1-121214_24May17.jpg Stocks continue to see modest strength in mid-day trading on Wednesday, although buying interest has remained somewhat subdued. With the gains on the day, the major averages are moving higher for the fifth consecutive session.

wallstreet3-121214_24May17.jpg Extending the upward trend seen in recent sessions, stocks are seeing modest strength in morning trading on Wednesday. The major averages are moving higher for the fifth consecutive session, offsetting the sell-off seen a week ago.

wallstreet-112814_24May17.jpg After closing higher for four straight sessions, stocks could see some further upside 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 12 points.

WallST-052417.jpg The market is keenly awaiting the FOMC minutes that might provide some insights of a rate hike in June. The mortgage application data and house price index are the other important data to be published today. Moody's downgrading of China is closed watched by the market. Initial trading in the U.S. Future market suggest that Wall Street will open broadly lower at the opening. Asian shares closed hig

wallstreet-112414_23May17.jpg Stocks turned in a relatively lackluster performance during trading on Tuesday but managed to end the session modestly higher. The major averages closed higher for the fourth consecutive session, largely offsetting the sell-off seen last Wednesday.

wallstreet4-103112_23May17.jpg Stocks are seeing modest strength in mid-day trading on Tuesday after showing a lack of direction earlier in the session. The major averages are moving higher for the fourth straight session, largely offsetting the sell-off seen last Wednesday.

wallstreet-111814_23May17.jpg After trending higher over the past few sessions, stocks are showing a lack of direction in morning trading on Tuesday. The choppy trading comes after the major averages closed higher for three straight sessions, largely offsetting the sell-off seen last Wednesday.

wallstreet-011215_23May17.jpg Stocks may move to the upside in early trading on Tuesday, adding to the gains posted over the past few sessions. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 47 points.

walstreet3-052317.jpg The New Home Sales data, with a consensus for a decline and the Flash index are the major focus of the day. The political developments around the globe, and the fears after the terror attack at Manchester in U.K might be reflected on the Trading on Tuesday. The Asian shares closed widely higher, and European shares are trading in the greener zone. Early signs from the U.S. Future Index suggest that Wall Street might open with a positive note.

wallstreet-121514_22May17.jpg Extending the rebound seen late last week, stocks moved mostly higher during trading on Monday. With the upward move on the day, the major averages further offset the sell-off that was seen last Wednesday.

wallstreet2-121214_22May17.jpg After moving to the upside early in the session, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Monday. With the upward move on the day, the major averages have further offset the sell-off that was seen last Wednesday.

Wallstreet-013013_22May17.jpg Stocks have moved mostly higher in morning trading on Monday, continuing to recover from the sell-off that was seen last Wednesday. The major averages are moving to the upside for the third consecutive session.

wallstreet-111914_22May17.jpg Stocks may move to the upside in early trading on Monday, continuing to recover from the sell-off that was seen last Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 29 points.

wallstreet1-052217.jpg Initial trading in U.S. Future market suggest that Wall Street might open mostly higher, though the market finds it difficult to set a direction. The National Activity Index of Chicago Fed and a slew of Fed speeches are watched closely today. President Trump's foreign tour and his joint statements as well as advances in crude oil prices are expected to influence trading. Asian shares closed broadl

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