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Stocks rally ahead of the start of earnings season

Business Insider Tuesday, 10 July 2018
Stocks rally ahead of the start of earnings seasonStocks inched higher Tuesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average gaining for a fourth straight session, as markets brushed off mounting trade tensions and eyed the start of earnings season. The dollar and Treasury yields rose. 

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*Dow Jones industrial average:* 24,918.58 +141.99 (+0.57%)

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A rally in financial and industrial stocks powered the major U.S. indexes higher on Monday ahead of the start of earnings season. Fred Katayama reports.

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