U.S. stocks moved higher Thursday afternoon, helped by a jump in technology stocks and a reversal in surging global interest rates.
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Stocks fell for a fifth straight session Thursday as bank results disappointed and investors fretted over the earnings impact of global economic weakness.
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Lower oil prices and gloomy news from Europe tugged the S&P 500 to a slight loss. Companies whose fortunes tend to follow global growth fared the worst.
A combination of strong company earnings and encouraging economic reports, both in the U.S. and Europe, gave the stock market another day of solid gains.
After several days surfing Wall Street's gut-wrenching swells and troughs, investors got a smoother ride on Thursday. Well, mostly.
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A slump in energy stocks stymied a rebound Tuesday as the price of oil plunged the most in two years. Even so, corporate earnings encouraged investors.