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Dow Jones Industrial Average Dips Today After China Devalues Yuan

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Futures for Dow Jones Industrial Average today forecasted a 142-point decline after China surprised the global markets and announced it will devalue the yuan, a decision that pushed the U.S. dollar higher.

The world's second-largest economy continues to struggle and is looking for ways to kick-start growth.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving Today on These Top Stories

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday, Aug. 10 forecasted a 122-point gain as the markets reacted to a downswing in the Chinese economy and anticipated additional stimulus from the nation's central bank.

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Dow Jones Today Reacting to Volatile Crude Oil Prices

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Futures for the Dow Jones today forecasted a 19-point decline on concerns about falling oil prices and expectations for a number of core Dow components' earnings statements.

Yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 91 points as traders expressed concerns about cratering oil prices and conditions in the Chinese, European, and U.S. economies.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving Today after Greek Stock Market Crash

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U.S. stock futures for Monday, August 3 forecasted an 11-point gain for the Dow Jones Industrial Average despite news that Greece's stock market crashed this morning after reopening for the first time in five weeks.

The Athens stock exchange cratered more than 22% this morning on its first day of trading after the nation accepted a bailout package from its creditors last month.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving on XOM and CVX Earnings Today

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U.S. stock futures for Friday, July 31 forecasted an 11-point decline for the Dow Jones Industrial Average as traders continue to gage the Federal Reserve's decision to maintain record-low interest rates and the second-quarter GDP report.

Chinese stocks were down this morning, as volatility continues to hit the nation's markets. Meanwhile, a decline in oil prices is pulling down shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) and Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) after the companies reported earnings this morning.

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Dow Jones Today Moving Ahead of FOMC Meeting

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Futures for the Dow Jones today forecasted an 81-point gain as investors turn away from poor financial conditions in China and eye the start of the Federal Reserve's meeting on monetary policy.

On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 127 points after the Chinese stock market saw its worst one-day decline in eight yea

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Down Today as Chinese Markets Crash

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average forecasted a 106-point dip from Friday's close as traders eyed domestic earnings reports and a decline in the Chinese stock market.

This morning, major Chinese markets saw their biggest one-day decline since 2007. Shares of Chinese ADRs are having a rough morning, including Alibaba Holding Group LTD (NYSE: BABA).

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Dow Jones Today Moving Ahead of Apple Earnings

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Futures for the Dow Jones today forecasted a 53-point decline from yesterday's close. The Nasdaq projected a 4-point gain ahead of today's Apple earnings report.

On Monday, the DJIA continued to rally to its seventh winning session in eight days, fueled by better than expected quarterly earnings reports. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq hit its third-straight record high as technology stocks continued to push the exchange higher.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving Today on These Top Stories

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Dow Jones Industrial Average futures for Monday, July 20, forecasted a 33-point gain from Friday's close.

This morning, Greek banks reopened for the first time in more than three weeks. The country's government hopes that its economy will be able to recover after a three-week period that fueled concerns the nation may leave the Euro.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving on Greek Debt Deal

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average for Monday, July 13, surged more than 118 points from Friday's close on news that Greece has reached a last-minute deal with international creditors to address its debt crisis.

The deal will force Greece to submit much of its sovereignty to international creditors in order to secure an 86 billion euro bailout package to prevent a default and possible exit from the European Union.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Swinging Higher on Greece, Fed News

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average for Friday, July 10, forecasted a 193-point rise from Thursday's close on the hopes that Greece and its creditors will reach a deal on the nation's debt. The Greek government has submitted a proposal that is largely in line with its creditors' demands.

Meanwhile, investors will pay attention to speeches by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren.

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Dow Jones Today Moving on Greek Debt Negotiations

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Futures for the Dow Jones today forecasted a 51-point gain from Monday's close.

On Monday, the DJIA fell 46 points as traders braced for the consequences of Greek voters' decision to reject European austerity measures that would allow them to access much-needed financial assistance.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Falling Today After Greek Vote

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average for Monday, July 6, forecasted a 125-point decline from Thursday's close as traders brace for the consequences of Greek voters' decision to reject European austerity measures that would allow them access much-needed financial assistance.

Meanwhile, the nation's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned from his position, stating that his absence in the future could potentially enable Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to reach a deal with creditors.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops on Greek Debt News Today

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Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average for Monday, June 29, forecasted a 175-point decline from Friday's close as the situation regarding Greece's debt went from bad to worse over the weekend.

The nation's primary stock exchange and its banks will be closed to stop a possible run on financial institutions. The company has also imposed capital controls, including a 60 euro ($66) limit limitation on ATM withdrawals.

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DJIA Today Moving on These Top Stories

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Futures for the DJIA today forecasted a 114-point gain from Friday's close.

On Friday, the DJIA fell 101 points as investors weighed ongoing debt drama in Greece. The markets were also victim to quadruple witching, a period when volatility often spikes in the final trading hour thanks to the expiration of options and futures contracts.

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