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DJIA Dips 23 Points Monday on Falling Oil Prices

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The DJIA retreated from record levels Monday. The cause? Crude oil prices slipped again on concerns of oversupply.

In addition, Greece's government delayed until tomorrow its presentation of proposed economic reforms to its Eurozone partners.

Residential real estate took a hit today on news that purchases of existing homes fell 4.9% in January.

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Dow Jones Today Hits New Record on Greek Deal News

Dow Jones today The Dow Jones today gained 154 points to close at a new record high. The S&P 500 Index also hit a new record. What fueled the surge? Greece and Eurozone officials reached an agreement to extend the country's bailout for another four months. Today's Scorecard: Dow: 18,140.44, +154.67, +0.86%   S&P 500: 2,110.30, +12.85, +0.61% Nasdaq: […]

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Why the Dow Jones Fell Today – 44-Point Loss

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The Dow Jones shed 44 points Thursday. Market uncertainty remains over Greece's ability to reach a compromise over its debt. The German finance ministry rejected a Greek proposal to extend its international bailout program.

Oil prices fell again today due to oversupply concerns after data revealed another huge glut from weekly crude inventories.

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Dow Jones Today Sheds 17 Points on Fed News

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The Dow Jones today slipped 17 points. The cause? The U.S. Federal Reserve released minutes from its January Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

The verdict: The central bank is unlikely to raise interest rates in the near future. Gold prices ticked up from a seven-week low after the release of the minutes. Brent crude oil prices slumped nearly 4%, while WTI fell 3.5%.

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U.S. Stock Futures Down Slightly as Big Money Leaves Apple Stock

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U.S. stock futures for Wednesday, Feb. 18 were down 20 points from yesterday's close as investors seek clarity on the Greek debt situation.

This morning, investors will be looking ahead to this afternoon, when the Federal Reserve will release minutes from its January meeting. The focus will center on whether the FOMC has changed any language of its policy statements to hint a sooner-than-expected interest-rate increase.

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Dow Jones Today Gains 28 Points on This News

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The Dow Jones today gained 28 points after reversing losses from earlier in the session, and the S&P 500 hit a new closing record high.

What turned stocks around? Growing optimism about a Greece-EU deal on news the beleaguered country will seek an extension for its debt obligations.

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Dow Futures Today Flat as Russian Ceasefire and Greek Debt Talks Falter

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Dow futures today were flat this morning compared to the Dow close on Friday.
This morning the DJIA will be keeping an eye on events in Europe, as geopolitical concerns threaten a sustained rally for equities markets.

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Dow Jones Dips 6 Points Wednesday in Choppy Trading Session

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The Dow Jones recovered from a triple-digit loss Wednesday afternoon to finish down just six points after a choppy trading session.

The energy and the utilities sectors weighed on stocks today, while investors continue to eye negotiations between Germany and Greece about the latter country's perilous debt situation.

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Dow Jones Today Falls 95 Points as Greek Debt Woes Continue

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The Dow Jones today slipped 95 points. The cause? Concerns over Greek debt and the Chinese economy offset optimism about an improving energy sector.

China's export levels slipped 3.3% from a year ago, while its imports dropped a staggering 19.9%. The announcement was far worse than economists expected and raised new concerns about the world's second-largest economy.

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Dow Jones Ends Choppy Trading Session with 6-Point Gain

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The Dow Jones erased a 100-point gain Wednesday to end the day just 6 points higher than where it started. What happened? Investors turned cautious as oil prices fell once again.

West Texas Intermediate prices fell more than 8% this afternoon on news that crude oil inventories rose by another 6.3 million barrels last week.

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Dow Jones Futures Today Down On Fading Oil Price Rally

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Dow Jones futures today forecasted a 24-point decrease from yesterday's close on concerns that rising oil prices are fading.

The DJIA surged another 305 points Tuesday after oil prices rose for a fourth-consecutive trading session. Improving auto sales and hopes for a Greek debt deal also lifted stocks on the day.

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