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Stocks Are Flat Around The World After 4 Day Rally


According to Reuters, MSCI’s all country world index retreated after hitting a month high. But MSCI's global gauge of stocks is down three-hundredths of a percent, leaving the index about flat on the day. MSCI's gauge reflected stocks on Wall Street, that are about flat. By the afternoon on Jan. 10th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 15-points, for a loss of six-hundredths of a percent. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite were also down, but less than 5-points each. The price of oil was also trading down, after spiking over $2 per barrel a day before. West Texas Intermediate lost 41 cents, falling to $51.95 per barrel, while Brent crude lost 34 cents, down to $61 a barrel.

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