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NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. <br>Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. <br>For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the [http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=calendar&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero calendar] year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. <br><br>The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3 %, to 16, 943. 90. The typical & Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. <br>FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark  [http://www.colourlovers.com/lover/ryanmccorma www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/] Lennihan, File)<br><br>Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. <br>The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. <br><br>ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2 %, to $7. 34. <br>Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. <br>Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. <br><br>The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. <br>J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. <br>Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to [http://www.healthable.org/?s=restaurants restaurants] and resorts. <br><br>"We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. <br>The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6 % in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. <br>Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ discount vacation for military] 2016. <br><br><br>Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. <br>Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. <br>The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10 %. <br><br>Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. <br><br>Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. <br><br>In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. <br>Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83 % from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. <br>___<br>AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at website<br><br>His work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising

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NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. <br>Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. <br>For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the [http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=calendar&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero calendar] year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. <br><br>The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3 %, to 16, 943. 90. The typical & Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. <br>FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark [http://www.colourlovers.com/lover/ryanmccorma www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/] Lennihan, File)<br><br>Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. <br>The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. <br><br>ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2 %, to $7. 34. <br>Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. <br>Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. <br><br>The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. <br>J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. <br>Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to [http://www.healthable.org/?s=restaurants restaurants] and resorts. <br><br>"We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. <br>The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6 % in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. <br>Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ discount vacation for military] 2016. <br><br><br>Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. <br>Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. <br>The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10 %. <br><br>Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. <br><br>Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. <br><br>In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. <br>Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83 % from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. <br>___<br>AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at website<br><br>His work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising
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@@ -0,0 +1 @@ +NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. <br>Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. <br>For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the [http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=calendar&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero calendar] year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. <br><br>The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3 %, to 16, 943. 90. The typical & Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. <br>FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark [http://www.colourlovers.com/lover/ryanmccorma www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/] Lennihan, File)<br><br>Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. <br>The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. <br><br>ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2 %, to $7. 34. <br>Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. <br>Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. <br><br>The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. <br>J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. <br>Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to [http://www.healthable.org/?s=restaurants restaurants] and resorts. <br><br>"We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. <br>The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6 % in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. <br>Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ discount vacation for military] 2016. <br><br><br>Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. <br>Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. <br>The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10 %. <br><br>Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. <br><br>Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. <br><br>In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. <br>Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83 % from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. <br>___<br>AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at website<br><br>His work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising
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NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. <br>Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. <br>For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the [http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=calendar&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero calendar] year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. <br><br>The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3 %, to 16, 943. 90. The typical & Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. <br>FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark [http://www.colourlovers.com/lover/ryanmccorma www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/] Lennihan, File)<br><br>Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. <br>The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. <br><br>ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2 %, to $7. 34. <br>Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. <br>Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. <br><br>The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. <br>J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. <br>Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to [http://www.healthable.org/?s=restaurants restaurants] and resorts. <br><br>"We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. <br>The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6 % in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. <br>Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ discount vacation for military] 2016. <br><br><br>Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. <br>Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. <br>The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10 %. <br><br>Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. <br><br>Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. <br><br>In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. <br>Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83 % from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. <br>___<br>AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at website<br><br>His work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising
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<p>NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. <br />Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. <br />For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&amp;search_type=all&amp;sort=rank&amp;search=calendar&amp;lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero">calendar</a> year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. <br /><br />The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3&#160;%, to 16, 943. 90. The typical &amp; Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. <br />FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://www.colourlovers.com/lover/ryanmccorma">www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/</a> Lennihan, File)<br /><br />Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. <br />The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. <br /><br />ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2&#160;%, to $7. 34. <br />Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. <br />Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. <br /><br />The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. <br />J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. <br />Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://www.healthable.org/?s=restaurants">restaurants</a> and resorts. <br /><br />"We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. <br />The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6&#160;% in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. <br />Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/">discount vacation for military</a> 2016. <br /><br /><br />Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. <br />Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. <br />The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10&#160;%. <br /><br />Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. <br /><br />Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. <br /><br />In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. <br />Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83&#160;% from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. <br />___<br />AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at website<br /><br />His work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising </p>
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NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks made moderate gains on Thursday as the marketplace once again turned higher late within the day. Energy stocks led the way as investors continued to wish that oil prices have stable after almost two years of high declines. For the second day in the row, stocks opened with small losses and gradually rose throughout the afternoon. Energy companies surged and therefore are now slightly higher for the calendar year. Industrial companies like Caterpillar plus Deere also rose. Drugmakers led a decline in health care stocks and shares. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44. fifty eight points, or 0. 3&#160;%, to 16, 943. 90. The typical &amp; Poor's 500 index edged up 6. 95 points, or even 0. 4 percent, to 1, 993. 40. Tech stocks lagged, and the Nasdaq composite index added 4 points, or 0. 1 percent, to four, 707. 42. FILE - This particular July 16, 2013, file photograph, shows a Wall Street road sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. U. S. stocks declined early Thurs, March 3, 2016, with energy companies taking the biggest losses. (AP Photo/Mark www.hotel-discount.com/get-the-best-special-offers-on-inexpensive-orlando-hotels/ Lennihan, File)Stocks have eked out small gains over the last two days, aided by steady oil costs and reports showing the U. S. economy is on solid footing. After a big jump on Wednesday, and the market is on target for its third consecutive weekly gain. The price of U. S. primitive wavered between small gains and losses, finally closing down nine cents at $34. 57 a barrel in New York. Brent primitive, the benchmark for international oils, added 14 cents to $37. 07 a barrel in London. The price of U. S. oil has risen more than 30 percent in three several weeks, and Brent crude has erased its losses for the year. ConocoPhillips rose $2. 07, or five. 7 percent, to $38. 56 and Southwestern Energy jumped $1. 13, or 18. 2&#160;%, to $7. 34. Chesapeake Power continued to skyrocket after the firm said it does not expect to be prosecuted or fined as part of a federal analysis into founder and former organization head Aubrey McClendon, who remaining the company in 2013. Early Wed, McClendon was indicted by a federal government grand jury on charges associated with rigging gas-lease bids. Later in the day officials announced that McClendon got died in a single-car crash within Oklahoma City. The stock jumped twenty three percent Wednesday and added an additional 87 cents, or 25. 6 percent, to $4. 27. The particular stock tumbled 74 percent within 2015. J. J. Kinahan, main market strategist for TD Ameritrade, said that after Tuesday's surge, investors are being patient and looking for great news about the state of the economy. Which could come Friday morning, when the government reports its latest employment statistics. Kinahan said investors will be searching for signs of growth in better-paying jobs, possibly in the manufacturing or healthcare industries, as opposed to restaurants and resorts. "We know we're not going to be a manufacturing economy again, " he or she said, but investors hope to find some growth in manufacturing jobs instead of losses. The Commerce Division said orders to U. T. factories grew 1 . 6&#160;% in January, the biggest gain within seven months. A category that will measures business investment rose by largest amount in 19 weeks. Mining equipment maker Joy Global climbed $2. 77, or 20. 8 percent, to $16. 09 after its first-quarter sales had been stronger than expected. 3D printer maker Stratasys rose $3. 64, or 17. 4 percent, in order to $24. 53. The company's fourth-quarter results were better than expected and it gave a solid forecast discount vacation for military 2016. Supermarket operator Kroger dropped $2. 85, or 7 percent, to $37. 80 after investors were disappointed using its quarterly sales and its forecasts. Losses for biotech drug companies pulled health care stocks lower. Cancer drugmaker Celgene lost $2 to $102. 73, and hepatitis C drugmaker Gilead Sciences fell 97 cents to $87. 83. Alexion Pharmaceuticals sank $5. 74, or several. 8 percent, to $145. 85. The prices of gold, sterling silver, and copper each rose about 1 percent. Gold rose $16. forty to $1, 258. 20 an ounce and silver closed upward 12 cents at $15. fifteen an ounce. Copper advanced 3 cents to $2. 21 the pound. The price of gold has climbed almost 19 percent this year, and silver has risen about 10&#160;%. Britain's FTSE 100 and Germany's DAX each fell 0. several percent. France's CAC 40 declined 0. 2 percent. Asian markets closed mostly higher. Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1 . 3 percent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0. 6 percent. Hong Kong's Suspend Seng index fell 0. several percent. Chinese leaders were likely to lower their growth target during the upcoming gathering of the National Someones Congress this week as China seeks more flexibility for structural reconstructs for the slowing, state-dominated economy. The particular growth target due to be introduced on Saturday is expected to be a range of 6. 5 to seven percent, down from 2015's objective of about 7 percent. In some other energy trading, wholesale gasoline dropped 1 cent to $1. thirty a gallon. Heating oil rose 1 cent to $1. twelve a gallon. Natural gas, which is investing at 17-year lows, fell four cents to $1. 64 a gallon. Bond prices edged higher. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 1. 83&#160;% from 1 . 84 percent late Wednesday. The euro rose in order to $1. 0950 from $1. 0868 and the dollar edged up to 113. 52 yen from 113. forty five yen. ___AP Markets Writer Marley Jay can be reached at websiteHis work can be found at website stocks climb again as energy businesses keep rising
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