U.S. stocks ended slighter higher today after a mostly listless day of trading.
Some encouraging earnings reports are helping push U.S. stocks higher in afternoon trading.
Stocks climbed broadly today as investors who had been fretting over the Greek debt crisis and plunging Chinese stocks turned their attention back to the U.S. economy and corporate earnings reports.
A new agreement between Greece and its creditors is helping push U.S. stocks higher.
U.S. stocks are climbing on speculation that Greece will be able to forge a deal with creditors this weekend to secure its future in the euro.
Stocks are closing slightly higher as investors speculate that last-ditch talks will produce an agreement between Greece and its creditors.
Trading has resumed on the New York Stock Exchange after an outage of more than three hours caused by technical problems.
Trading was halted on the New York Stock Exchange in the late morning because of a technical issue.
U.S. stocks have recovered from an earlier loss and ended the day higher, as investors wait to see what happens at a summit meeting of European leaders to discuss Greece's strained finances.
Stocks are lower on Wall Street as European leaders meet to discuss Greece's strained finances.
Stocks fell broadly following drops in overseas markets as Greeks voted to reject creditor conditions for more bailout loans, but the losses weren't as steep as many had feared.
Stocks are down on Wall Street, following sharper drops in Europe and Asia as Greeks overwhelmingly voted to reject terms of the country's latest bailout package.
U.S. stocks have closed with modest gains. Traders have been closing following the drama over whether Greece could reach a last-minute deal with its creditors to avoid default.
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