The stock market isn't moving much today, as the good news of stronger consumer confidence ran into bad news from Sears Holdings
Tech stocks put in a strong performance, with both Intel
Most other Dow stocks didn't make big moves in either direction. Oil moved above $101 per barrel, but the impact it had on the Dow was mixed, as Chevron rose not quite half a percent while ExxonMobil gave back some ground with fractional losses. McDonald's
On the downside, Bank of America
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