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york-stock-exchangeNEW YORK: US stocks edged higher in opening trade Thursday, a day after greeting President Barack Obama's re-election with a massive plunge.

 

In the first five minutes of trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added a bare 8.29 points (0.06 percent) to 12,941.02.

 

The broad-based S&P 500 gained 2.00 (0.14 percent) to 1,396.53, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite gained 7.98 (0.27 percent) to 2,945.27.

 

The Dow marked its biggest one-day loss in a year on Wednesday after Obama defeated Republican challenger Mitt Romney at the polls, losing 313 points, 2.36 percent; the S&P lost nearly 34 points and the Nasdaq nearly 75 points.

 

Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012


 



 
Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,387.21 1.65
Arrow Nasdaq 4,681.50 1.89
Arrow S&P 2,029.55 1.34
Arrow FTSE 6,811.61 0.60
Arrow DAX 10,628.58 1.57
Arrow CAC-40 4,624.21 1.09
Arrow Nikkei 17,768.30 1.72
Arrow H.Seng 24,807.28 0.41
Arrow Sensex 29,571.04 1.00






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