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U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday after a slew of major companies reported better-than-expected quarterly results.
Mining stocks led the S&P 500 higher on Tuesday on strong quarterly results and a surge in copper prices.
Dow futures jumped on Tuesday, boosted by earnings reports that largely beat Wall Street expectations.
U.S. equities closed mostly lower Monday as Wall Street geared up for a major week of earnings and Federal Reserve news.
Blue Apron's stock jumps after three of its underwriters initiated coverage of the company with strong ratings.
The "Trump trade," which propelled stocks to record highs after President Donald Trump's election victory, has been flipped upside down.
Gold prices jumped Friday, boosted by increasing weakness in the dollar.
U.S. crude prices fell more than 1 percent Friday after a report said supply from OPEC will rise.
A sharp two-day fall in the U.S. dollar sent global equities reeling on Friday.