At the close

Dow +1.21% to 15624. S&P +1.24% to 1773. Nasdaq +1.11% to 4056.

Treasurys: 30-year -0.28%. 10-yr -0.2%. 5-yr -0.08%.

Commodities: Crude +0.45% to $97.82. Gold +0.02% to $1257.2.

Currencies: Euro +0.44% vs. dollar. Yen +0.67%. Pound -0.1%.

Comments (3)
  • BruceInKY
    , contributor
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    The banks got out, took profits. The banks got back in at entry points. Forward! Long live Dear Leader.
    6 Feb 2014, 08:49 PM Reply Like
  • 1GreatCFA
    , contributor
    Comments (1355) | Send Message
    One trading session??? that's it??? One trading session and the Bull Run continues??? C'mon BruceInKy. Fed removing the smoke and mirrors. Forward guidance by companies terrible. EPS figures meeting consensus through financial engineering. Emerging markets are falling apart. Three million Americans losing job benefits. Tons being "forgiven" on their under water mortgages which now count as income that they have to pay taxes on [hello...these people are under water on their mortgages because they couldn't afford the houses they bought...where are they going to come up with $7-10k for a tax bill!!!]. Oh wow this summer of 2014 is just going to be breath taking.
    6 Feb 2014, 09:56 PM Reply Like
  • PalmDesertRat
    , contributor
    Comments (3792) | Send Message
    the best day of the year occurs two days after the worst day of the year.


    sounds like 2007-8.
    6 Feb 2014, 10:22 PM Reply Like
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