Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Nasdaq crosses 6,000 as healthy profits push stocks higher  de  fr  sl  da  nl

Profits are climbing for companies, and so are their stock prices. More big businesses joined the earnings parade Tuesday, saying their profits were even bigger in the first three months of the year than analysts were expecting, including Caterpillar and McDonald's. The gains put U.S. indexes on track to add to their big gains from Monday.

latimes 6:17:00 PM CEST

This cluster belong to the following story: Markets Right Now: Health care, banks lead US stocks lower

Keywords: France, Singapore, Japan, United kingdom / Goldman Sachs, Wall Street / stocks, cents, investors, oil, monday, company

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