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Dow Jones Ends Three-Day Losing Streak Today

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The Dow Jones broke its three-day slump Thursday, posting a gain of 63 points. The markets jumped on strong employment and retail sales data.

Jobless claims slipped to a three-week low of 294,000 Americans this morning, lower than the four-week moving average. In addition, retail sales for November hit their highest growth level in eight months.

Here are the top stories from today's trading session...

Stock Market Futures Today Watching EBAY Job Cuts Post-Spin-Off

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Stock market futures are showing an increase in the Dow this morning (Thursday) after yesterday's big slide

In e-commerce news, it looks like eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) is preparing for big cuts to its global workforce in the wake of its spinoff earlier this year.

Also, investors are keeping a close eye on the falling oil prices, which are at historically bearish levels.

Here's what else you need to know to make today profitable.

Stock Market Futures Down on Sliding Oil and Greek Concerns

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Good morning! Stock market futures for Wednesday, Dec. 10, forecasted a 31-point decline from yesterday's close.

Yesterday, the Greek stock market crashed by more than 13% yesterday on rising geopolitical concerns.

And today, investors will be keeping a close eye on global oil prices, which slid again on news that OPEC slashed its demand forecast to a 12-year-low.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today...

Dow Jones Today Sheds 51 Points on Global Equity Rout

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The Dow Jones today ended down 51 points, fueled by a global equities sell-off. The markets did bounce back from session lows in the final hour as investors found value on several oversold stocks.

The price of gold surged back above the $1,200 level, rising nearly 3% on the day. The VIX, the market's volatility gauge, jumped 5% on the day.

Here's today's scorecard - plus the top stories from the stock market today...

Dow Jones Today Slips Away from 18,000 in Triple-Digit Plunge

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The Dow Jones today plummeted more than 100 points after oil prices crashed to a new five-year low. The markets saw their worst one-day performance since October.

Crude prices slipped more than 4% on the day after Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) slashed its oil forecast through 2018. The investment bank said it expects oil prices to hit a new low in the second quarter of 2015.

Here are the top stories from the stock market today...

Stock Market Today Moving on WMT, AAPL, and Uber News

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Good morning! Futures indicate the stock market today will rise from yesterday's close. The Dow and the S&P 500 are forecasted to increase on rising oil prices and another surge in Asian markets.

What to watch today: keep an eye on global commodity prices in today's trading session, as global oil, gold, and silver prices are all rising.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Tuesday:

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