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U.S. market indexes were lower Monday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18086.40 for a loss of -51.98 points or -0.29 percent. The S&P 500 was also down, closing at 2126.50 for a loss of -6.48

U.S. market indexes were lower Thursday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18098.94 for a loss of -45.26 points or -0.25 percent. The S&P 500 was also down, closing at 2132.55 for a loss of -6.63

U.S. market indexes gained on Wednesday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18293.70 for a gain of 163.74 points or 0.90 percent. The S&P 500 was also higher, closing at 2163.12 for a gain of 23.36

U.S. market indexes were higher Tuesday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18129.96 for a gain of 9.79 points or 0.05 percent. The S&P 500 was also higher, closing at 2139.76 for a gain of 0.64

U.S. market indexes were lower on Tuesday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18066.75 for a loss of -258.32 or -1.41 percent. The S&P 500 was also lower, closing at 2127.02 for a loss of -32.02 points

U.S. market indexes were higher on Monday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18325.07 for a gain of 239.62 points or 1.32 percent. The S&P 500 was also higher, closing at 2159.04 for a gain of

U.S. market indexes were lower Friday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18085.45 for a loss of -394.46 or -2.13 percent. The S&P 500 was also lower, closing at 2127.81 for a loss of -53.49 points

U.S. market indexes were higher on Thursday as the economy’s direction continued to appear positive. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18597.70 for a gain of 23.76 points or 0.13 percent. The S&P 500 was also

U.S. market indexes were lower on Tuesday as Fed uncertainty weighed on stock valuations. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18552.02 for a loss of -84.03 points or -0.45 percent. The S&P 500 was also down,

WASHINGTON : Big Wall Street banks are asking the U.S. Federal Reserve to grant them an additional five-year grace period to comply with a financial reform regulation known as the Volcker rule, people familiar with the matter said. If the