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wallstreet3-121214_27Sep16.jpg After fluctuating early in the session, stocks moved notably higher over the course of the trading day on Tuesday. With the upward move on the day, the major averages largely offset the losses posted in the previous session.

wallstreet-121514_27Sep16.jpg Stocks have fluctuated over the course of the trading session on Tuesday but largely maintained a positive bias. The moderate strength on the day comes on the heels of the notable weakness that was seen in the previous session.

wallstreet2-103112_27Sep16.jpg Stocks have moved mostly higher in morning trading on Tuesday, regaining some ground after coming under pressure in the previous session. The major averages have all moved to the upside, although buying interest has remained somewhat subdued.

wallstreet4-103112_27Sep16.jpg After coming under pressure in the previous session, stocks may show a lack of direction in early trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a roughly flat open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by just 8 points.

wallstreet1-092716.jpg Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session higher, following the first debate before the November 8 election between the U.S. Presidential candidates Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. A CNN/ORC poll of viewers showed that Hillary had won the 90 minute debate. Asian stocks were mixed, and European majors are mostly down. The mar

wallstreet-111914_26Sep16.jpg After seeing notable strength in the previous week, stocks moved to the downside during trading on Monday. With the drop on the day, the tech-heavy Nasdaq pulled back further off the record closing high set last Thursday.

wallstreet-111614_26Sep16.jpg After coming under pressure early in the session, stocks remain mostly negative in mid-day trading on Monday. With the drop on the day, the tech-heavy Nasdaq is pulling back further off the record closing high set last Thursday.

Wallstreet-013013_26Sep16.jpg Stocks have moved mostly lower in early trading on Monday, giving back some ground following the strength seen last week. The major averages have slid firmly into negative territory, with the Nasdaq pulling back further off the record closing high set last Thursday.

wallstreet-011215_26Sep16.jpg After seeing notable strength last week, stocks are likely to move to the downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 93 points.

WallST-092616.jpg Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open lower on Monday, ahead of the release of volatile new home sales data, with economists expecting a monthly decline of 5.1 percent. Asian stocks closed lower for the session and the European averages are also deep in the red.

wallstreet-112814_23Sep16.jpg Following the rally seen over the course of the two previous sessions, stocks gave back some ground during trading on Friday. With the drop on the day, the tech-heavy Nasdaq pulled back off yesterday's record closing high.

wallstreet-112014_23Sep16.jpg Selling pressure has remained relatively subdued, but stocks continue to see modest weakness in mid-day trading on Friday. The pullback on the day comes on the heels of the strong upward move that was seen over the two previous sessions.

wallstreet2-121214_23Sep16.jpg Stocks have moved modestly lower in early trading on Friday, giving back some ground following the strong upward move seen over the past few sessions. The major averages have dipped into negative territory, although selling pressure has remained relatively subdued.

wallstreet-112414_23Sep16.jpg After moving sharply higher over the past two sessions, stocks may give back some ground in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a modestly lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 14 points.

Wallstreet2-092316.jpg The major U.S. index futures point to a lower opening on Friday, after a higher close in the previous day. Crude oil prices slipped more than 1 percent in Asian trading ahead of next week's meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. A slew of U.S. data are awaited, including Markit's flash PMI for September.

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