|Day's Range||30,816.65 - 31,145.10|
|52 Week Range||23,438.86 - 33,484.08|
Earnings news and overseas rallies fueled positive trade Thursday, as the market looked to extended its rebound.
Asian stocks opened higher Thursday, following strong overnight gains in the U.S. and Europe, though trading in much of the region should be slow ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.
U.S. stocks futures pushed higher early Thursday, a day after Wall Street equities booked a fourth-straight gain. Dow futures climbed 126 points, or 0.5%, to 24,987, while S&P 500 futures rose 11.35 points, ...
Major U.S. stock indexes rose slightly Tuesday, gaining for a third consecutive session, though investors remained on edge ahead of a key report on inflation.
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Asian shares took a tumble on Friday, taking cues from U.S. indexes which extended sharp losses in the last session.
Stocks in Asia largely opened higher Thursday, but a late-session quaver on Wall Street has given some analysts pause.
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A strong early performance in Asian equities failed to last Wednesday, with large-cap Chinese stocks turning sharply lower and gains crimped in markets such as Hong Kong.
The rebound in Asian markets stalled as several indexes in the region gave up early gains to finish the session in negative territory.
An early stumble quickly reversed into sharp gains Tuesday, as buyers drove a broad range of stocks higher.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 fell more than 2 percent in morning trade as markets in Australia, Hong Kong and South Korea also sold off.